MEDFORD, Ore. — On Tuesday, the Jackson County Elections Office started its logic and accuracy test for ballots. The test is to make sure that the tallies on ballots are correct and that the machines can properly scan them. The test will continue through Wednesday.
After ballot testing, another report will take place. The report is the "Zero report," which will ensure that there is nothing in the system before tallying the voters in Jackson County.
Starting tomorrow, the Election Office will be allowed to start opening up live ballots, which is allowed seven days before the election.
Tuesday, October 27, was the last day to safely mail your vote through the United States Postal Services. Election Day, November 3, by 8 p.m. is the last day to drop off your ballot at any ballot drop off box.
The Jackson County Elections Office has a 24-hour, 7 day per week ballot drop off box. For other drop box locations click here.