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Oregon 2018 Primary Election Results (Live Updates)



10:18

That's a wrap, folks. Go to our results page to see all the races and results we've been tracking, or read more at oregonlive.com/politics.

10:12 pm

Oregon Liberal Democrats Notched Keys Wins In Legislation Primary Elections, Those focused on such hot-button issues like affordable housing and the state pension crisis of the state. In Senate District 24, one of the most closely guarded and expensive races of the primary, civil rights activist Shemia Fagan decisively defeated five-term Democratic incumbent Rod Monroe in the East Portland race.

9:50 pm

Val Hoyle wins the race for the next commissioner of the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries with 52 percent of the vote in a highly competitive race.

9:42 pm

An election turnaround that was very low since yesterday.

9:20 pm

To review the Oregon governors race:

Republican Knute Buehler battled challenges from the right back to the nod to get to serve acting Governor in November.

Oregon Governor Kate Brown, as expected, crossed to a simple Democratic primary gain.

In Washington County, a decisive victory in a district attorney race that attracted national attention and money.

Remember, you can follow and see results when we collect them.

Follow the link for quick results in Oregon May 15, 2018, primary elections. Our news team will gather and publish results for Legislative to Portland City Hall races.

Will we have a run-off vote in the bipartisan, nationwide Bureau of Labor and Industries race?

If Val Hoyle does not at least hold 50% of the votes (plus 1), the race will lead to a run-off #nailbiter actually! https://t.co/IjIr2Myk1n

– Oregonian Politics (@OregonianPol) May 16, 2018

20:58

What about the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries? It's an open space, and we have not called it yet.

8:47 pm

Update: Here are all congressional races in one place.

In the huge second district:

Art Robinson will once again fall prey to Peter DeFazio in the November elections Fall Fourth Congressional District

Democrat Suzanne Bonamici, the incumbent, will join the Republicans put John Verbeek in the first district, much of Washington County, pointing west.

20:46

A another drain or two. If you count, that's four.

Also, the races of the Portland City Council and County Auditors have in November a run on the participants.

20:40

The Beaverton School Levy for Teachers Passes.

To recapitulate the results of the Oregon Congress, the Oregonian / OregonLive called Suzanne Bonamici, election winner of the Democratic constituency, for her first congressional seat. Count Blumenauer won the nomination for the Democrats in the Third District. Peter DeFazio and Kurt Schrader also won their primary races for the Democrats. Republican Greg Walden won in the Second District.

In Washington County, here are some breeds we've been following.

8:32 pm

Here are some local measurements [19659009] The Oregonian calls Gladstone ballot: Passes. See more results at https://t.co/kLtvMS68eC #orpol

– Oregonian Politics (@OregonianPol) May 16, 2018

8:30 pm

Metro Council results arrive [19659009] The Oregonian calls Metro Council, Dist. 4 for Juan Gonzalez. More results at https://t.co/kLtvMS68eC #orpol

– Oregonian Politics (@OregonianPol) May 16, 2018

Shemia Fagan has a big lead over Rod Monroe for lawmakers in East Portland

Long-time MP Peter Courtney wins the Democratic nod for his seat in Senate District 11.

Susheela Jayapal won the District 2 seat in the Multnomah County Commissariat with 57 percent of the vote in case of premature return.

Replacing the race for Loretta Smith There were many competitors for the commission seat, which represents North and Northeast Portland. Smith could not keep running because of the limits, which left an open place in a district with some of the biggest problems the county was facing right now.
20:19

To recap early calls, The Oregonian / OregonLive says:

Knute Buehler, Republican, will face incumbent Oregon Governor Kate Brown in October.

Jo Ann Hardesty, former lawmaker, will face Loretta Smith, who served in Multnomah County's Board of Commissioners in a runoff for a seat on Portland City Council.

Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury is virtually re-elected. Scott Learn and Jennifer McGuirk will vote for a runoff election in the November parliamentary elections in the district of Multnomah County. None of them deserve the majority to win the place. Learn and McGuirk earned 42 percent and almost 41 percent of the votes on early returns.

8:13 pm

Washington County voters on Tuesday elected a longtime prosecutor for child abuse as a prosecutor, the culmination of a race that saw an unprecedented influx of cash, questions about outside funding, a proliferation of TV Spots and a debate on criminal justice in Oregon.

Kevin Barton, 40, a senior county district attorney in the county, beat former prosecutor Polk County and Beaverton defense attorney Max Wall, 40. Barton will replace Bob Hermann, who was first elected in 1999.

Portland Children's Levy Passes Oregon / Oregon Live Results Team

20:08

Knute Buehler will face Kate Brown in the November, according to the Oregonian / OregonLive (OregonLive) projection that he will win the Republican primaries.

8:07 PM

Loretta Smith and Jo Ann Hardesty will be in a runoff election for the Portland City Council.

8:01 pm

The polls in Oregon have closed. Our team is now looking for results and adding them to our database.

The Oregonian / OregonLive calls Kate Brown the winner of the Democratic primary for governor.

The City Examiner in Portland was unchallenged.

The Oregonian / OregonLive calls City Council 2 for Nick Fish

For more results, please visit our results page.

Oregon Voters appeared on the run to show their lowest turnout in a primary election in at least 16 years, showing ballot statistics

– The Oregonium / OregonLive

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