2022 City Council Elections
Lake Oswego voters selected three City Councilors in the November 8, 2022 General Election. John Wendland, Trudy Corrigan and Ali Afghan were elected to the Lake Oswego City Council. They will each serve four-year terms beginning January 1, 2023. Certified 2022 election results located HERE.
2021 Special Election
November 2, 2021 - Certified election results located HERE.
2020 City Council Elections
Lake Oswego voters selected a Mayor and three new City Councilors in the November 3, 2020 General Election. Joe Buck was elected to the position of Mayor and Massene Mboup, Rachel Verdick, and Aaron Rapf secured seats on the Lake Oswego City Council. They each will serve four-year terms beginning January 1, 2021. Certified election results located HERE.
Election resources and information
- The City Charter has more details about the City's form of government and elected positions; Lake Oswego Code provides additional information about elections.
- Registration: Voters register with the Secretary of State's office .
- Ballot drop box locations
- Rules relating to posting political/election signs
Statement of Economic Interest
All members of the City Council are required to file an Annual Verified Statement of Economic Interest with the Oregon Government Ethics Commission. Additional information is available from the OCEC.
Clackamas County Voter's Pamphlet
Oregon Voter's Pamphlet
Video: Ballot Box Locations
Register to Vote
Oregon Government Ethics Commission
So You Want to Run for Local Office - League of Oregon Cities
Clackamas County Elections
Multnomah County Elections
Washington County Elections
Oregon Secretary of State - Voting & Elections
Oregon Campaign Finance Information
ORESTAR Campaign Finance Public Search (Secretary of State, Elections Division)