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'OPB Politics Now': Election Wrap-Up


Port of Vancouver commissioner candidate Don Orange (left) at his election night party, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017.

Port of Vancouver commissioner candidate Don Orange (left) at his election night party, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017.

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In Oregon, voters said “yes” to money for Portland Community College and “no” to a major structural change in Douglas County government. Washington voters elected a candidate to the Port of Vancouver board, likely spelling the end of the proposed oil terminal there. And a key legislative race in Washington solidified the “blue wall” of Democratic control up and down the west coast.

Host Julie Sabatier is joined by OPB political reporters Jeff Mapes and Lauren Dake and Jefferson Public Radio reporter April Ehrlich to wrap up the 2017 special election.

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