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By The Skanner News | The Skanner News
Published: 09 November 2022

With the extended postmark deadline begining this year, some results in the general election are too early to call. This page will be frequently updated as ballots are counted.

Of active registered voters, 47.36% have been counted in Multnomah County and 53.72% statewide. Below are current results for the General Election 2022. Results last updated: 11/10/22, 3:45 p.m.

Candidates

Multnomah County

wheeler ted 2020 introMULTNOMAH COUNTY CHAIR
JESSICA VEGA PEDERSON (53.61%)
Sharon Meieran (45.60%)

mingus mapps 2020 introCITY OF PORTLAND - COMMISSIONER, Position 3
Rene Gonzalez (52.93%)
Jo Ann Hardesty (46.75%)

 

Oregon

GOVERNOR

tina kotek 2022 introTina Kotek (D) (46.91%)
Christine Drazan (R) (43.57%)
Betsy Johnson (NA) (8.67%)

STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

shemia fagan introREPRESENTATIVE, District 39
Janelle S Bynum (D) (54.27%)
Kori Haynes (R) (45.68%)

tobias read introREPRESENTATIVE, District 43
Tawna Sanchez (D) (91.36%)
Tim LeMaster (R) (8.46%)

Ellen Rosenblum introREPRESENTATIVE, District 44
Travis Nelson (D, WF) (86.92%)
Rolf Schuler (R) (12.22%)

STATE SENATE

lew frederick introSENATOR, District 20
Mark Meek (D) (50.36%)

Bill Kennemer (R,I,L) (49.52%)

kayse jama 2022 introSENATOR, District 24
Kayse Jama (D,I,WF) (58.96%)

Stan Catherman (R) (40.86%)

 NONPARTISAN

christina stephenson introCOMMISSIONER OF THE BUREAU OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIES
Christina E Stephenson (60.38%)

Cheri Helt (38.99%)

Federal

US SENATE

ron wyden 2022 introUS SENATOR
Ron Wyden (D) (55.86%)

Jo Rae Perkins (R,C) (41.22%)
Chris Henry (P) (1.73%)
Dan Pulu (PG) (1.08%)

US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

suzanne bonamici introUS REPRESENTATIVE, 1st District
Suzanne Bonamici (D,WF) (67.84%)

Christopher A Mann (R) (31.99%)

earl blumenauer official 2022 introUS REPRESENTATIVE, 3rd District
Earl Blumenauer (D) (70.97%)

Joanna Harbour (R) (25.56%)
David E Delk (P,I,PG) (3.31%)

jamie mcleod skinner 2022 introUS REPRESENTATIVE, 5th District
Lori Chavez-DeRemer (R) (51.06%)
Jamie McLeod-Skinner (D,I,WF) (48.67%)

andrea salinas 2022 introUS REPRESENTATIVE, 6th District
Andrea Salinas (D,I,WF) (49.57%)
Mike Erickson (R) (48.02%)
Larry D McFarland (C) 2.24%

Ballot Measures

STATEWIDE:

NO (50.51%)
YES (49.49%)

MEASURE 111: Establishing Health Care as a Fundamental Right in Oregon

✔ YES (55.44%)
NO (44.56%)

MEASURE 112: Ending Involuntary Servitude in Prisons

✔ YES (68.26%)
NO (31.74%)

MEASURE 113: Punishment for Legislators with 10 or More Unexcused Absences

YES (51.00%)
NO (49.00%)

MEASURE 114: Permit to Acquire Firearms, Police-Maintained Firearm Database

LOCAL:

Multnomah County

✔ YES (63.53%)
NO (36.47%)

MEASURE 26-230: Gender-Neutral Terms in County Charter

✘ NO (54.60%)
YES (46.40%)

MEASURE 26-231: Voting Rights in County Elections Extended to Noncitizens

✔ YES (68.68%)
NO (31.32%)

MEASURE 26-232: Ranked Choice Voting in County Officials Races

✔ YES (75.25)
NO (24.75%)

MEASURE 26-233: Annual Jail Inspections by County Commissioners

✔ YES (85.27%)
NO (14.73%)

MEASURE 26-234: 26-234 Ombudsman Position in County Auditor’s Office

✔ YES (77.61%)
NO (22.39%)

MEASURE 26-235: Expanded Access to Records for County Auditor

✔ YES (59.50%)
NO (40.50%)

MEASURE 26-236: Changes to Charter Review Committee Requirements

City of Portland

✔ YES (57.59%)
NO (42.41%)

MEASURE 26-228: Expanding and Overhauling Portland City Council

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