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Political Chat: What Are Oregon Voters Thinking?

OPB | May 11, 2012 1 a.m. | Updated: Oct. 19, 2012 4:25 a.m. | Portland, OR

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The Oregon primary election will conclude on Tuesday, and pollsters have had a hard time getting a handle on just who the voters have supported or are likely to support.

Bill Lunch, Geoff Norcross, Jeff Mapes

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The races for Mayor of Portland and Attorney General, in particular, have seen polls showing different results.

The results in Oregon’s House District 48 will end what is shaping up to be a hot race.

And the president’s announcement that he supports same-sex marriage may have an impact in Washington, as opponents gather signatures to refer the new law there to the ballot.

It’s the last Friday of primary voting in Oregon, and our political guys have analysis, as they usually do on Friday mornings.  Bill Lunch is OPB’s Political Analyst and is at the OSU Media Center. Jeff Mapes is the senior political reporter for The Oregonian; he’s on the line.

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