An elector may request that a county elections official not disclose the residence address of the elector. To do so, the elector must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the county elections official that the personal safety of the elector, or the personal safety of a family member residing with the elector, is in danger if the residence address remains available for public inspection. If approved, the county elections official shall not disclose that information except in compliance with a court order, a request by a law enforcement agency, or with the consent of the elector.
Complete the Confidential Voter Application Form. The exemption request needs to be in writing, signed by the elector, and include:
(a) The name of the elector requesting exemption;
(b) A non-exempt mailing address for the elector; and
(c) Evidence sufficient to establish to the satisfaction of the county elections official that disclosure of the elector's residence address would constitute a danger to the personal safety of the elector, or of a family member residing with the elector.
Complete an Oregon Voter Registration Card.
Note: Military and Out-of-Country Voters should complete the Federal Absentee Ballot Request instead of the Oregon Voter Registration Card.
Submit the completed confidential voter application form with the required evidence, and the completed voter registration card to:
Lane County Clerk
275 West 10th Avenue
Eugene OR 97401
Once approved, confidential voters are required to submit a newly completed application when submitting a change in voter registration, such as a change in residential and/or mailing address.
Oregon Admistrative Rule 165-005-0130