Deadline for voting is Tuesday, September 21
Beaverton voters will need to drop off ballots for the September Special Election for City Council at an official ballot dropsites after today, September 15. They will not reach the elections department by the deadline if mailed at this time.
Many observers have recently questioned if Washington County on its way to becoming like Multnomah County, and may continue to see only Democrats elected, and a similar lack of accountability as it's neighbor county. Some observers of the situation are claiming that some Democrats may be better than others, in this case, Jerome Sibayan has been called the "less-radical" candidate.
A picture has now been circulating on Facebook showing Ky Delgado-Warren, a known Antifa member, thanking
Beaverton Mayor Lacey Beaty “for hosting and inviting” The 649, the bar owned by Ky Delgado-Warren
and her husband Karim Delgado, for an event to raise money for the her “friend” Beaverton City Council
candidate Ashley Hartmeier-Prigg.
According to Ky Delgado-Warren’s Facebook page, she touts her activities with Antifa, and she calls her
troops into action on a regular basis. Observers have already witnessed, and some have experienced, the
destruction of what has occurred in downtown Portland where Mayor Ted Wheeler, an Antifa
sympathizer, has done nothing to help his city escape the nightly Antifa riots that apparently Ky and others like her
participated in for months last summer, and that still continue today.
Why is the Mayor Lacey Beaty inviting a known Antifa member and friend to sling alcohol at a fundraising event she is hosting?
Mayor Lacey Beatty needs to answer to why she is fraternizing with Antifa knowing they are an Alt-Left
group who is known for destruction.
A D V E R T I S E M E N T
A D V E R T I S E M E N T
Washington County elections officials are asking voters to use one of these official ballot dropsites as early as possible so all ballots can be processed in a timely manner. The deadline for voting in the September Special Election is 8 p.m. Tuesday, September 21. If you use a ballot dropsite early, and do not wait until Election Day, it is likely you will avoid encountering any traffic back-up that often develops at many of the dropsites on the day of the election. Ballots will be collected at all official dropsites until the 8 p.m. deadline Tuesday, September 21, 2021. Postmarked ballots will not be accepted for this election.
Beginning next year effective January 1,2022, Oregon will allow for ballots that are postmarked by Election Day and received no later than seven days after an election to be accepted and counted.
Here is the list of official ballot drop sites with 24-hour access:
- Aloha Community Library (in Farmington Marketplace Shopping Center) 17455 SW Farmington Rd Ste. 26A, Aloha, 97078 24-hour-access outdoor box
- Beaverton City Library (Between 3rd and 5th St) Beaverton, OR 97005 24-hour-access box on Hall Blvd
- Beaverton Library-Murray Scholls 11200 SW Murray Scholls Place, Ste. 102 Beaverton, 97007 24-hour-access outdoor box
- Bethany Library 15325 NW Central Dr Ste J-8, Portland, 97229 24-hour-access outdoor box
- Cedar Mill Community Library 1080 NW Saltzman Rd, Portland, OR 97229 24-hour-access outdoor box
- Washington County’s “Service Center East” 3700 SW Murray Blvd., Beaverton, 97005 24-hour-access outdoor box
- West Slope Community Library 3678 SW 78th Ave., Portland, 97225 24-hour-access outdoor box
Washington County Elections Office 2925 NE Aloclek Dr., Hillsboro, 97124 24-hour-access directly outside entrance
Additional information on election matters may be found at the Washington County Elections Office website
or by calling 503-846-5800.
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