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As candidates' parties were winding down, a few votes trickled into elections websites but some races remained too close to call.
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Eileen Brady appeared live on local television stations thanking supporters and the other candidates.
Eileen Brady has not conceded and did not appear live on local TV newscasts. Hales and Smith were celebrating.
According to the Multnomah County elections website, Charlie Hales and Jefferson Smith are still the leading candidates in Portland's mayoral race. Smith had 29 percent, Hales over 38 percent and Eileen Brady 23 percent just after 10:30 p.m. Another update was expected around Midnight.
It appears Hales and Smith will face off in November for Portland's mayoral race.
Jefferson Smith addressed supporters at about 9:15. "I'm Jefferson Smith and I might still be running for mayor," he joked.
OPB has announced the winner in the House District 48 race.
David Douglas teacher Jeff Reardon has beaten incumbent Rep. Mike Schaufler.
In other races Rep. Peter DeFazio won the Democratic primary in the 4th Congressional District.
Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown won the Democratic primary.
With 54 percent of the votes tallied, Hales maintained his lead in the race for Portland mayor. Hales had 38 percent, Jefferson Smith had 29 percent and Eileen Brady had 24 percent. The top two will face off in November.
Kitty Piercey has won the Eugene mayor's race. She will serve a third term.
In Portland's race for mayor, Charlie Hales was the clear leader with 38.53 percent of the vote. Eileen Brady had 24.11 percent and Jefferson Smith had 28.75 percent.
Both Hales and Brady spoke to supporters shortly before 8:30 p.m. Smith was to speak at about 9 p.m
Tim Knopp also has won in State Senate Dist. 27, defeating Chris Telfer.
In the Portland City Council race for Position 4, OPB has called Steve Novick as the winner. Novick had 73 percent with 19 percent reporting.
It appears Ellen Rosenblum has won the race for Attorney General. She had 63 percent of the vote compared to Dwight Holton's 36 percent just after 8 p.m.
It was the first big win of the night.
Portland's library measure also appears to have passed.
The Secretary of State's Office has begun posting results from today's primary.
Voters are choosing a new Attorney General for the state and selecting from over 20 candidates for Portland's mayor.
OPB's Think Out Loud will have live election coverage of these and other notable races beginning at 8 p.m.
Turnout was expected to be low.