Oregon had little need to enact temporary electoral reforms in 2020, as its existing system proved resilient enough to maintain its ability to allow voters to vote safely, both in person and by mail, in spite of the pandemic. Yet, despite its admirable accessible mail voting system, there are always opportunities to further improve. The State should implement SDVR, mandate RLAs, establish vote centers, and improve statewide ballot tracking. These reforms will bring Oregon one step closer to a more safe, efficient, and voter-friendly election process. As always, we stress that policy is important, but it is just as important that it is implemented well.