Last minute election guide: School board, learning levy, parks
Happy Election Day!
Perhaps you've already mailed your ballot, or dropped it off at one of the City's boxes. But if you haven't, the final deadline is at 8 p.m. tonight – and mailing it is no longer an option.
Lake Oswego has two official drop sites: one at City Hall (380 A Ave. in the upper parking lot) and another at Westlake Park (14165 Bunick Drive, in the parking lot next to the tennis courts and fire station).
Beginning at 8 p.m. tonight, you can follow the results here and watch for coverage on the Review website.
Need some last minute information? Catch up on our coverage and endorsements for each race/ballot measure:
Lake Oswego School Board
Kirsten Aird: I will run for Position 5 on school board (Read story)
John Wallin says he'll seek reelection to Lake Oswego School Board (Read story)
Kelly Calabria will seek election to the school board (Read story)
Our Opinion: Wallin deserves second term (Read story)
Park board stresses importance of passing bond (Read story)
Our Opinion: Voters should approve park bond (Read story)
Lake Oswego Learning Levy
'Literally, we could be saving children's lives' (Read story)
Our Opinion: Learning Levy is critical for students (Read story)
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