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Ballots are scheduled to be turned over to the U.S. Post Office on October 14, 2020, for subsequent delivery to voters' permanent residence address in Oregon.

If you are registered to vote in Linn County and have not yet received your ballot, call Linn County at 541-967-3831.

State of Oregon drop box locator (updated 20 days prior to the election)

2020 City Council candidate applications received and approved for ballot


  • Alex Johnson II
  • Sharon Konopa 

Ward 1

  • Keith Kolkow
  • Sean Knowles
  • Matilda Novak

Ward 2

  • Amanda Dant
  • Ray Kopczynski

Ward 3

  • Jessi Brenneman
  • Marilyn Smith

Signs during an election

One temporary sign per issue and per candidate may be placed on property based on the ballot of an election within the district where the property is located. In residential zones, signs are limited to an area of four square feet per face and a maximum height of three feet. In commercial or industrial zones, signs are limited to an area of eight square feet per face and a maximum height of five feet. Signs may be placed 45 days prior to an election and must be removed no more than seven days after the election.

For questions on Albany's sign code, contact Community Development at 541-917-7550.

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Council positions, terms, and wards


Councilors receive $130 per month, and the mayor receives $185 per month. The mayor and councilors also each receive a $50 internet stipend per month.


City Clerk



 333 Broadalbin SW (1st floor)

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