Malheur County Clerk Gayle Trotter reminds voters that ballots are due by 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, or must be postmarked that date or earlier to count. Mailed and correctly postmarked ballots will be accepted for the count for seven days after Election Day. (The Enterprise/PAT CALDWELL) Local government Area voters will decide on a host of key issues – and a tight governor’s race – next Tuesday by Steven Mitchell on November 3, 2022 Steven Mitchell Author More in Local government: Malheur County sheriff won’t make enforcement of new gun law a priority November 23, 2022 Reload project managers mum on interest costs for contractors November 23, 2022 Folden reflects on election victory, sets her sights on city service November 21, 2022 The issues are set, the stump speeches nearly over as the 2022 mid-term election occurs next week . . . You've reached subscriber-only content Register for free to continue reading Free 3-day trial Already a subscriber? Log in here.