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SEPTEMBER 18, 2018

SPECIAL ELECTION RESULTS


Voter Turnout 37.5%  - OFFICIAL
We have 20 days to certify the final results for this election.

Total Number Registered: 16
Total Number Voting: 6
Precincts Reporting:    29 of  29 as of 9/26/18 @ 1:00 PM

4-194 CANNON BEACH RFPD RENEWAL OF LOCAL OPTION LEVY (FIRE CHIEF LEVY)

  # of Votes % of Total

Yes

5  

No

1  

 

 

NOVEMBER 6, 2018

GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS 


Voter Turnout 70.08%  - OFFICIAL 10:00 am 11/26/18
We have 20 days to certify the final results for this election.

Total Number Registered: 19,073
Total Number Voting: 13,367
Precincts Reporting:    29 of  29 as of 11/26/18 @ 10 AM

US CANDIDATES v STATE CANDIDATES v COUNTY CANDIDATES v
DISTRICT CANDIDATES & MEASURES v  
STATE MEASURES v CITY MEASURES
CITY CANDIDATES AND MEASURES
Tillamook v Bay City v Garibaldi v Rockaway Beach v Wheeler v Nehalem v Manzanita

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NATIONAL # of Votes % of Total
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, 5TH DISTRICT    
Mark Callahan Republican 5718  
Dan Souza Libertarian 200  
Marvin Sandnes Pacific Green 200  
Kurt Schrader Democrat, Independent 6802  
WRITE-INS 15  

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STATE # of Votes % of Total
GOVERNOR    
Aaron Auer Constitution 202  
Nick Chen Libertarian 158  
Kate Brown Democrat, Working Families 5616  
Knute Buehler Republican 6606  
Patrick Starnes Independent 464  
Christ Henry Progressive 77  
WRITE-INS 19  
STATE # of Votes % of Total
STATE SENATOR, 16TH DISTRICT    
Betsy Johnson
Democrat, Independent, Republican
6747  
Ray Biggs Constitution 1314  
WRITE-INS 51  
STATE # of Votes % of Total
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 10TH DISTRICT    
David Gomberg
Democrat, Independent, Working Families
2126  
Thomas M Donohue Republican 2186  
WRITE-INS 7  
STATE # of Votes % of Total
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 32ND DISTRICT    
Vineeta Lower Republican 3720  
Randell Carlson Liberterian 249  
Tiffiny K Mitchell Democratic, Working Families 3937  
Brian P Halvorsen Independent, Progressive 437  
WRITE-INS 12  
NONPARTISAN STATE # of Votes % of Total
 JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, POSITION 5    
Adrienne Nelson 7880  
WRITE-IN 130  
NONPARTISAN STATE # of Votes % of Total
 JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS, POSITION 2    
Bronson D James 7414  
WRITE-IN 118  
NONPARTISAN STATE # of Votes % of Total
 JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS, POSITION 4    
Robyn Ridler Aoyagi 7598  
WRITE-IN 105  
NONPARTISAN STATE # of Votes % of Total
 JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS, POSITION 7    
Steven R Powers 7532  
WRITE-IN 105  
NONPARTISAN STATE # of Votes % of Total
 JUDGE OF THE OREGON TAX COURT    
Robert Manicke 7494  
WRITE-IN 109  

 

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NONPARTISAN COUNTY # of Votes % of Total
COMMISSIONER POS #3    
Mary Faith Bell 6739  
Adam Schwend 5311  
WRITE-INS 42  
NONPARTISAN COUNTY # of Votes % of Total
TREASURER    
Shawn Blanchard 8012  
WRITE-INS 101  

 

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COUNTY WIDE DISTRICT # of Votes % of Total
TILLAMOOK SOIL AND WATER, DIRECTOR AT LARGE 2
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Rudy Fenk 8007  
WRITE-INS 113  
COUNTY WIDE DISTRICT # of Votes % of Total
TILLAMOOK SOIL AND WATER, DIRECTOR ZONE 1
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Walt Porter 7921  
WRITE-INS 119  
COUNTY WIDE DISTRICT # of Votes % of Total
TILLAMOOK SOIL AND WATER, DIRECTOR ZONE 2
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Daren E Filosi 7540  
WRITE-INS 104  
DISTRICT # of Votes % of Total
TILLAMOOK PUD, SUBDIVISION 2
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Edwin L Jenkins 684  
Patti Tippett 735  
David Burt 787  
WRITE-INS 11  
DISTRICT # of Votes % of Total
TILLAMOOK PUD, SUBDIVISION 4
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Mike Gardner 1035  
Ken Phillips 891  
WRITE-INS 27  
DISTRICT # of Votes % of Total
TILLAMOOK PUD, SUBDIVISION 5
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Barbara A Trout 1560  
Walt Porter 745  
WRITE-INS 10  

 

 


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CITY OF BAY CITY # of Votes % of Total
MAYOR (2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)    
Christopher Kruebbe 329  
Shaena Peterson 289  
WRITE-INS 6  
CITY OF BAY CITY # of Votes % of Total
COUNCILPERSON
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 3)
   
Helen M Wright 392  
Wendy Krostag 371  
Kathleen Baker 393  
WRITE-INS 25  

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CITY OF MANZANITA # of Votes % of Total
MAYOR (2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)    
Mike Scott 286  
WRITE-INS 21  
CITY OF MANZANITA # of Votes % of Total
CITY COUNCILOR
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 2)
   
Linda Kozlowski 298  
Steve Nutall 278  
WRITE-INS 15  

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CITY OF WHEELER # of Votes % of Total
CITY COUNCILOR
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 3)
   
Dawn Sea Kahrs 126  
Jim King 129  
Jason Verburg Write-Ins 20  
Lanicia Williams Write-Ins 11  
Mike Glowa Write-Ins 6  
Misc Write-Ins 27  
TOTAL WRITE-INS 64  

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CITY OF TILLAMOOK # of Votes % of Total
MAYOR
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Suzanne Weber 1202  
WRITE-INS 54  
CITY OF TILLAMOOK # of Votes % of Total
COUNCILOR, WARD 2
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Rebekah Hopkins 192  
WRITE-INS 3  
CITY OF TILLAMOOK # of Votes % of Total
COUNCILOR, WARD 3
(2 YEAR UNEXPIRED TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Brian Reynolds 176  
WRITE-INS 7  
CITY OF TILLAMOOK # of Votes % of Total
COUNCILOR, WARD 4
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Aaron Burris 189  
WRITE-INS 1  
CITY OF TILLAMOOK # of Votes % of Total
COUNCILOR, WARD 6
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Douglas Henson 183  
WRITE-INS 4  

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CITY OF ROCKAWAY BEACH # of Votes % of Total
MAYOR (2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)    
Joanne D Aagaard 448  
WRITE-INS 62  
CITY OF ROCKAWAY BEACH # of Votes % of Total
COUNCILOR, POSITION 4
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Terry A Walhood 457  
WRITE-INS 33  

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CITY OF NEHALEM # of Votes % of Total
MAYOR (2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)    
Bill L Dillard Jr 102  
WRITE-INS 9  
CITY OF NEHALEM # of Votes % of Total
COUNCILOR, POSITION 1
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Hilary Howell 108  
WRITE-INS 3  
CITY OF NEHALEM # of Votes % of Total
COUNCILOR, POSITION 4
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)
   
Jeff Pfeifer 104  
WRITE-INS 8  

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CITY OF GARIBALDI # of Votes % of Total
MAYOR (2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1)    
Judy Riggs 386  
WRITE-INS 8  
CITY OF GARIBALDI # of Votes % of Total
CITY COUNCIL
(4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 2)
   
L Marlene Westerfield 127  
Norm (Bud) Shattuck 152  
Paul Daniels 197  
Tim Hall 183  
WRITE-INS 5  

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 STATE MEASURE
 

Measure 102 (Click here to see additional Text of Measure)

 


 

Ballot Title

Amends Constitution: Allows local bonds for financing affordable housing with nongovernmental entities. Requires voter approval, annual audits.

Result of “Yes” Vote: “Yes” vote allows local governments to issue bonds to finance affordable housing with nongovernmental entities. Requires local voters’ approval of bonds, annual audits, public reporting.

Result of “No” Vote: “No” vote retains constitutional prohibition on local governments raising money for/ loaning credit to nongovernmental entities; no exception for bonds to pay for affordable housing.

Summary: Amends Constitution. The constitution currently prohibits most local governments from raising money for, or loaning credit to, or in aid of, any private entity. Measure allows local governments to issue general obligation bonds to finance the cost of constructing affordable housing including when the funds go to a nongovernmental entity. Measure requires that local authorizing bonds be approved by local voters and describe affordable housing to be financed. The jurisdiction authorizing bonds must provide annual audits and public reporting on bond expenditures. Measure limits jurisdiction’s bonded indebtedness for capital costs of affordable housing to one-half of one percent of the value of all property in the jurisdiction.

 

  # of Votes % of Total

Yes

6862  

No

5984  

 STATE MEASURE
 

Ballot Title

Amends Constitution: Prohibits taxes/fees based on transactions for "groceries" (defined) enacted or amended after September 2017

Result of “Yes” Vote: “Yes” vote amends Constitution; prohibits state/local taxes/fees based on transactions for “groceries” (defined), including those on sellers/distributors, enacted/amended after September 2017.

Result of “No” Vote: “No” vote retains state/local government authority to enact/amend taxes (includes corporate minimum tax), fees, on transactions for “groceries” (defined), including on sellers/distributors.

Summary: Amends Constitution. Currently, state/local governments may enact/amend taxes/fees on grocery sales, including state corporate minimum tax, local taxes. Measure prohibits state/local governments from adopting, approving or enacting, on or after October 1, 2017, any “tax, fee, or other assessment” on sale/distribution/purchase/receipt of, or for privilege of selling/distributing, “groceries”, by individuals/entities regulated by designated food safety agencies, including restaurants, or operating as farm stand/farmers market/food bank. Measure prohibits “sales tax, gross receipts tax, commercial activity tax, value-added tax, excise tax, privilege tax, and any other similar tax on sale of groceries.” “Groceries” defined as “any raw or processed food or beverage intended for human consumption.” Alcoholic beverages, marijuana products, tobacco products exempted. Other provisions.

 

 

 

  # of Votes % of Total

Yes

6483  

No

6576  

 STATE MEASURE
 

 

Ballot Title

Amends Constitution: Expands (beyond taxes) application of requirement that three-fifths legislative majority approve bills raising revenue

Result of “Yes” Vote: “Yes” vote expands “bills for raising revenue,” which require three-fifths legislative majority, to include (beyond taxes) fees and changes to tax exemptions, deductions, credits.

Result of “No” Vote: “No” vote retains current law that bills for raising revenue, which require three-fifths legislative majority, are limited to bills that levy/increase taxes.

Summary: The Oregon Constitution provides that “bills for raising revenue” require the approval of three-fifths of each house of the legislature. The constitution does not currently define “raising revenue.” Oregon courts have interpreted that term to include bills that bring money into the state treasury by levying or increasing a tax. Under that interpretation, a bill imposing a fee for a specific purpose or in exchange for some benefit or service is not included. Nor is a bill that reduces or eliminates tax exemptions. Proposed measure amends constitution and defines “raising revenue” to include any tax or fee increase, including changes to tax exemptions, deductions, or credits. Measure expands three-fifths legislative majority requirement to also apply to such bills.

 

 

  # of Votes % of Total

Yes

4704  

No

8055  

 STATE MEASURE
 

 

Ballot Title

Repeals law limiting use of state/local law enforcement resources to enforce federal immigration laws

Result of “Yes” Vote: "Yes" vote repeals law limiting (with exceptions) use of state/local law enforcement resources for detecting/apprehending persons suspected only of violating federal immigration laws.

Result of “No” Vote: "No" vote retains law limiting (with exceptions) use of state /local law enforcement resources for detecting/apprehending persons suspected only of violating federal immigration laws.

Summary: Measure repeals ORS 181A.820, which limits (with exceptions) the use of state and local law enforcement money, equipment and personnel for “detecting or apprehending persons whose only violation of law” pertains to their immigration status. Current exceptions allow using law enforcement resources to: Detect or apprehend persons accused of violating federal immigration laws who are also accused of other violations of law;

  • Detect or apprehend persons accused of violating federal immigration laws who are also accused of other violations of law;
  • Arrest persons “charged by the United States with a criminal violation of federal immigration laws” who are “subject to arrest for the crime pursuant to a warrant of arrest issued by a federal magistrate”;
  • Communicate with federal immigration authorities to verify immigration status of arrested persons or “request criminal investigation information with reference to persons named in records of” federal immigration officials.

 

 

  # of Votes % of Total

Yes

5490  

No

7486  

 STATE MEASURE
 

Ballot Title

Amends Constitution: Prohibits spending "public funds" (defined) directly/indirectly for "abortion" (defined); exceptions; reduces abortion access

Result of “Yes” Vote: “Yes” vote amends constitution, prohibits spending “public funds” (defined) directly/indirectly for any “abortion” (defined), health plans/insurance covering “abortion”; limited exceptions; reduces abortion access.

Result of “No” Vote: “No” vote retains current law that places no restrictions on spending public funds for abortion or health plans covering abortion when approved by medical professional.

Summary: Amends Constitution. Under current law, abortions may be obtained, when approved by medical professional, under state-funded health plans or under health insurance procured by or through public employer or other public service. Measure amends constitution to prohibit spending “public funds” (defined) for “abortion” (defined) or health benefit plans that cover “abortion.” Measure defines “abortion,” in part, as “purposeful termination of a clinically diagnosed pregnancy.” Exception for ectopic pregnancy and for pregnant woman in danger of death due to her physical condition. Exception for spending required by federal law, if requirement is “found to be constitutional.” No exception for pregnancies resulting from rape/incest unless federal law requires. Effect on spending by public entities other than state unclear. Measure reduces access to abortion. Other provisions

 

 

 

  # of Votes % of Total

Yes

5133  

No

7892  

 

 

 

 

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