The City of Silverton will have four offices up for election on November 3, 2020. All open City of Silverton positions are non-partisan and are as follows:
  • Mayor - 2 year term
  • City Council position (at-large) - 4 year term
  • City Council position (at-large) - 4 year term
  • City Council position (at-large) - 4 year term
The filing period for interested candidates begins June, 3, 2020. Candidates may file by fee or file by petition, gathering a minimum of 20 qualified elector signatures.  For questions about elections or to schedule an appointment to pick up a candidate packet and meet with the City Elections Officer, contact Angela Speier at 503-874-2216 or aspeier@silverton.or.us

Qualification Requirements 

To qualify as a candidate for Mayor or a City Councilor, you must be:
  • A qualified elector under the laws and constitution of the State of Oregon;
  • A registered voter of the City of Silverton; and
  • A City of Silverton resident, who has resided within the city limits during the 12 months preceding the election.

Register to vote or update your registration by going to:  

You may also register by filling out a voter registration card legibly and accurately, then submit the card by mail or in person to your County Elections Office, the Secretary of State’s Office, or any other designated place.  A person with a physical disability can request, in writing, to have a registration card sent to them or their County Elections Official can register them at their residence.

  1. Angela Speier

    Phone: 503-874-2216

  2. Physical Address
    306 S. Water St.
    Silverton, OR 97381

Ballot Dropbox Location

An official ballot dropbox is located in the Silverton Lewis/Jersey Street parking lot as pictured below. 
Silverton ballot box location
Other Resources
Marion County Elections
555 Court St NE, Suite 2130
Salem, OR 97301

Oregon Secretary of State Elections Division
255 Capitol St. NE Suite 501 
Salem, OR 97310
County, City, and District Candidates Manual