Oregonians in November will select a new governor, several new members of Congress and a slate of state lawmakers. They'll be asked to weigh in on ballot measures about guns and legislative walkouts. Many also will have county and local candidates and ballot measures to consider.
The Statesman Journal is covering numerous state and local issues and races. As voters begin to fill out their ballots, here's information about key election dates and links to more detailed stories about individual races.
Impact of the Rajneeshee:The history behind Oregon's most significant voter access restriction
Oct. 18: Last day to register to vote in the Nov. 8 election.
Oct. 19: Ballots mailed to voters.
Nov. 8: Election Day.
Know before you vote: A guide to voting rights in Oregon
U.S. Senate: Candidates hope to unseat Wyden
Congressional District 4: Val Hoyle vs. Alek Skarlatos
Congressional District 5: Lori Chavez-DeRemer vs. Jamie McLeod-Skinner
Congressional District 6: Mike Erickson vs. Andrea Salinas
Oregon voters on Nov. 8 will choose from among five candidates to be the state's next governor: Republican Christine Drazan, unaffiliated candidate Betsy Johnson, Democrat Tina Kotek, Libertarian R Leon Noble and Constitution Party candidate Donice Noelle Smith.
Candidates for governor:Where they differ on key issues
Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries labor commissioner: Cheri Helt vs. Christina Stephenson
Measure 111: Health care
Measure 112: Slavery
Measure 113: Preventing legislative walk-outs
Measure 114: Gun laws
Senate District 6: Cedric Hayden vs. Ashley Pelton
Senate District 10: Raquel Moore-Green vs. Deb Patterson
Senate District 11: Keizer attorney Richard Walsh, state Sen. Kim Thatcher vie in Oregon Senate race
House District 17: Republican Ed Diehl runs unopposed
House District 18: Rick Lewis vs. Jesse Smith
House District 19: Will November election flip South Salem district?
House District 20: Paul Evans vs. Dan Farrington
House District 21: Kevin Mannix vs. RJ Navarro
House District 22: Tracy Cramer vs. Anthony Medina
House District 23: Anna Scharf vs. Kriss Wright
Marion County: Commissioner races
Marion County judge: Erious Johnson Jr. vs. Amy Queen
Salem City Council Ward 4 run-off: Dynee Medlock vs. Deanna Gwyn
Salem $300M bond proposal: What will it pay for?
Woodburn: Mayor won't seek re-election
This article originally appeared on Salem Statesman Journal: 2022 Oregon November general election: What's on your ballot