City of Tigard

Upcoming Election: November 6, 2018

Official List of Candidates for 2018 General Election

  • The filing deadline for Tigard City Council has expired.  As of August 20, Bill Banash, John Goodhouse, Bret Lieuallen, Jenny McCabe, A. Miranda, and Liz Newton have filed to run for City Council.
  • The filing deadline for Tigard Mayor has expired. As of July 30, current City Councilors Mark Woodard and Jason Snider, former City Councilor Marland Henderson, and Tigard resident Linda Monahan have filed to run for mayor.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register and when is the deadline to vote in the November 6, 2018 election? The deadline is October 16.  Register online through this link: Oregon Online Voter Registration or complete a paper registration form (registration forms are available at most government offices, DMV, Tigard City Hall, Tigard Public Library, or the post office).

I’ve recently moved to Tigard. How do I verify my ballot will come to my new address?  Go to this link: Update Voter Registration Information You can check or update your voter registration or track your ballot. 

When will my ballot be mailed for the November 6, 2018 election? Washington County Elections will mail them October 17.

When will I receive my voters pamphlet?  The post office will deliver them October 10. It is viewable online at

Where can I drop off my ballot without paying postage Follow the signs in the Tigard City Hall parking lot to the ballot drop box.   

Why do I see political signs near the city's main roads?
We’ve received this question a number of times recently. Political signs in the right-of-way are considered a nuisance. While we don't have the capacity to patrol for them, we'll respond if we're alerted about a potential issue. We respond to sign complaints by 1)
Removing the sign.  2) Contacting the campaign.  3) Informing the campaign where to retrieve the sign. You can submit a complaint about a political sign via this online form.

Council Vacancy Decision
On August 14, 2018, the City Council decided that an upcoming Council vacancy will be filled by appointment, by the 2019 City Council. The Council position would fill an unexpired two-year Council term vacated by a resignation, effective December 27, 2018.  Following the November 8, 2018 election, the Council will open a call for applications for interested candidates that will close about one month later. These applications will be provided to the City Council that takes office beginning January, 2019, who will approve a review and selection process.


City Elections Official 
Carol Krager
13125 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard
Mon.-Thurs., 8 a.m.–6 p.m.
General Information
Election Day:
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Oregon elections are conducted by mail. Mail or drop off your completed ballot to a county election office or an official drop site ballot box by 8 p.m. on election night. Washington County Elections needs to have the ballots in its possession by 8 p.m. on Election Day for them to count.

Official Drop Site

Tigard City Hall (13125 SW Hall Blvd.) is an official drop site. There is a drive-through ballot box located at the north end of the city hall parking lot.  Look for red and white “VOTE” signs directing you to the official ballot box.

Washington County Elections
» WA County Elections

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