Roseburg to create online voters guide where candidates, voters can add info to site
ROSEBURG, Ore. - The City of Roseburg is working to make it easier for voters to get information with just a click of a button.
The Roseburg City Council this week gave the green light to create an online voter guide.
It will include information directly from candidates and general information about city measures.
Voters can also add to the guide for a small fee.
"If there's a measure, then people can provide an argument in favor or an argument in opposition," said Amy Sowa, the city recorder, "and they would just pay the same $25 fee to include that information."
Sowa said the City put the guide online because of costs, but will have printed copies available for those who don't have internet access.
The guide is set to go online in early to mid October.