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Our Governing Documents

OEA's governing documents guide the day-to-day work and practice of our union, and provide governance and staff with the member perspective needed to ensure our advocacy aligns with the belief of OEA members. Our governing documents are updated each year by elected member-delegates at our annual Representative Assembly.

OEA Elections Information

As a reminder, for any position that is not elected at OEA's Annual Representative Assembly, ballots will be sent electronically.

Ballots will be emailed to the personal email address members have on file with OEA. Ballots cannot be sent to a member's school/work email.

For this year's election, ballots will be emailed on Tuesday, February 20th, 2024. The deadline to vote is 11:59pm on March 10th, 2024.

Please remember that your ballot link is unique to you, and can only be used once. Do not share your ballot link with anyone else, as it cannot be used by multiple individuals and replacement ballots will not be provided.

Missing Your Ballot?

Search for emails from the sender name "Oregon Education Association"
Search for emails from the sender email "[email protected]"
Search for emails with the subject line "2024 Elections"
Check your spam or junk folder

Still Can't Find Your Ballot?

There are a number of reasons your ballot may not have arrived, including:

  • If you have unsubscribed from OEA elections emails in the past;
  • Your email address has been disabled, or your mailbox in unavailable;
  • Your email service provider rejected the email from SimplyVoting;
  • Your email address on file with OEA is school/work email;
  • You share an email address with another OEA member and you both have the same email address on file with OEA;
  • You don't have any email address on file with OEA

Ballot Issue Reporting Form

If you have experienced an issue with your ballot for the 2024 OEA elections, please submit your information using this form and we will do our best to assist you. Please be patient as you wait for a response, as it may take between 24 - 72 hours for a team member to get back to you. Please note that depending on the nature of your issue, we may not be able to provide a solution.


Keeping the Promise of Quality Public Education

The Oregon Education Association (OEA) is a union committed to the cause of providing the basic right of great public education to every student. OEA represents about 41,000 educators working in pre-kindergarten through grade 12 public schools and community colleges. OEA’s membership includes licensed teachers and specialists, classified/education support professionals (ESPs), community college faculty, retired educators, and student members. OEA members also belong to the 3.2 million members of the National Education Association (NEA).