Election 2022: Oregon November 8 general results

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Key races at a glance

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

Race
1st
%
2nd
%
Rpt.
Governor
KotekTina KotekD
47%
DrazanChristine DrazanR
43.6%
99%
Measure 111 - Health care
YesYes
50.7%
NoNo
49.3%
99%
Measure 112 - Slavery language
YesYes
55.6%
NoNo
44.4%
99%
Measure 113 - Walkouts
YesYes
68.3%
NoNo
31.7%
99%
Measure 114 - Firearms
YesYes
50.7%
NoNo
49.4%
99%
U.S. House: District 3
Gluesenkamp PerezMarie Gluesenkamp PerezD
50.4%
KentJoe KentR
49.6%
99%
U.S. House: District 5
Chavez-DeRemerLori Chavez-DeRemerR
51.1%
McLeod-SkinnerJamie McLeod-SkinnerD
48.9%
99%
U.S. House: District 6
SalinasAndrea SalinasD
50.1%
EricksonMike EricksonR
47.6%
99%
Portland City Council
Rene GonzalezRene Gonzalez
52.9%
Jo Ann HardestyJo Ann Hardesty*
47.2%
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Portland charter change
YesYes
58.1%
NoNo
41.9%
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Oregon results

Statewide

Governor

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

98.98% Reporting

Tina KotekD
916,48147.02%
Christine DrazanR
849,55443.58%
Betsy Johnson
168,3058.63%
Donice Smith
8,0330.41%
Leon Noble
6,8580.35%
CountyDemRepRpt.
Baker1,4836,328100%
Benton27,12814,658100%
Vote Proportion
Dem
≥50
60
75%
Rep
≥50
60
75%
No Results
CountyDemRepRpt.
Baker1,4836,328100%
Benton27,12814,658100%

Labor Commissioner

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

98.98% Reporting

Christina Stephenson
915,85661.14%
Cheri Helt
582,08438.86%

Ballot Measures

Measure: 111 - Ensure right to health care

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

98.98% Reporting

Yes
950,74050.73%
No
923,42249.27%

Measure: 113 - Legislative walkouts

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

98.98% Reporting

Yes
1,291,15668.32%
No
598,57731.68%

Measure: 112 - Remove slavery exception

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

98.98% Reporting

Yes
1,046,30255.6%
No
835,44844.4%

Measure: 114 - Change firearm regulation

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

98.98% Reporting

Yes
975,22250.65%
No
950,00949.35%

Regional races

Portland City Council

Last Updated: Nov. 15, 2022 5:41 p.m.

Rene Gonzalez
147,99552.85%
Jo Ann Hardesty*
132,04147.15%

Portland Measure 26-228: Amend city charter

Last Updated: Nov. 15, 2022 5:41 p.m.

Yes
161,15058.06%
No
116,40941.94%

Multnomah County Chair

Last Updated: Nov. 15, 2022 5:41 p.m.

Jessica Vega Pederson
161,74354.41%
Sharon Meieran
135,54245.59%

Multnomah County Measure 26-231: Non-citizen voting

Last Updated: Nov. 15, 2022 5:41 p.m.

No
180,43752.84%
Yes
161,06747.16%

Clackamas County Clerk

Last Updated: Nov. 15, 2022 5:41 p.m.

Catherine McMullen
104,69663.87%
Sherry Hall*
59,23636.13%

Bend schools bond

Last Updated: Nov. 15, 2022 5:42 p.m.

Yes
39,45059.24%
No
27,14540.76%

U.S. Senate

Last Updated: Dec. 4, 2022 1:39 p.m.

DemocratsRepublicans
50
50%
49
36 not up for election29 not up for election
 To obtain a supermajority, one party needs two-thirds of the seats (67).

Oregon

U.S. Senate

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

98.98% Reporting

Ron Wyden*D
1,075,54255.9%
Jo Rae PerkinsR
788,25040.97%
Chris Henry
36,8401.91%
Dan Pulju
23,4041.22%

Washington

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022 4:40 p.m.

Dist.
1st
%
2nd
%
Rpt.
MurrayPatty Murray*D
57.3%
SmileyTiffany SmileyR
42.7%
99%

U.S. House of Representatives

Last Updated: Dec. 4, 2022 1:39 p.m.

DemocratsRepublicans
213
50%
221
0 not up for election0 not up for election
 To obtain a supermajority, one party needs two-thirds of the seats (290).

Oregon

U.S. House: District 1

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

98.63% Reporting

Suzanne Bonamici*D
210,68168.02%
Christopher MannR
99,04231.98%

U.S. House: District 2

Last Updated: Dec. 1, 2022 8:02 p.m.

98.92% Reporting

Cliff Bentz*R
208,27567.6%
Joe YetterD
99,82732.4%

U.S. House: District 3

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 7:43 p.m.

99.08% Reporting

Earl Blumenauer*D
212,05470.05%
Joanna HarbourR
79,69626.33%
David Delk
10,9743.63%

U.S. House: District 4

Last Updated: Dec. 1, 2022 8:02 p.m.

98.93% Reporting

Val HoyleD
171,20450.63%
Alek SkarlatosR
145,82643.13%
Levi Leatherberry
9,0332.67%
Jim Howard
6,0561.79%

U.S. House: District 5

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 7:43 p.m.

99.16% Reporting

Lori Chavez-DeRemerR
178,56551.06%
Jamie McLeod-SkinnerD
171,14048.94%

U.S. House: District 6

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

98.87% Reporting

Andrea SalinasD
146,98650.08%
Mike EricksonR
139,77647.62%
Larry McFarland
6,7522.3%

Washington's U.S. House races

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022 4:51 a.m.

Dist.
1st
%
2nd
%
Rpt.
1
DelBeneSuzan DelBene*D
63.6%
CavaleriVincent CavaleriR
36.4%
99%
2
LarsenRick Larsen*D
60.2%
MatthewsDan MatthewsR
39.8%
99%
3
Gluesenkamp PerezMarie Gluesenkamp PerezD
50.4%
KentJoe KentR
49.6%
99%
4
NewhouseDan Newhouse*R
68.1%
WhiteDoug WhiteD
31.9%
99%
5
McMorris RodgersCathy McMorris Rodgers*R
59.7%
HillNatasha HillD
40.4%
99%
6
KilmerDerek Kilmer*D
60.1%
KreiselmaierElizabeth KreiselmaierR
39.9%
99%
7
JayapalPramila Jayapal*D
85.8%
MoonCliff MoonR
14.3%
99%
8
SchrierKim Schrier*D
53.4%
LarkinMatt LarkinR
46.6%
99%

State Senate

Oregon

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

DemocratsRepublicans
16
50%
12
5 not up for election8 not up for election
 To obtain a supermajority, one party needs 60% of the seats (18).

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

Dist.
1st
%
2nd
%
Rpt.
3
GoldenJeff Golden*D
51.9%
SparacinoRandy SparacinoR
48.1%
100%
4
ProzanskiFloyd Prozanski*D
82.3%
PinnellEric Pinnell
17.7%
100%
6
HaydenCedric HaydenR
65.3%
PeltonAshley PeltonD
34.7%
99%
7
ManningJames Manning*D
64.6%
IvieRaquel IvieR
35.4%
100%
8
Gelser BlouinSara Gelser Blouin*D
59.9%
Draper WoldeitValerie Draper WoldeitR
40.2%
100%
10
PattersonDeb Patterson*D
53.5%
Moore-GreenRaquel Moore-GreenR
46.5%
100%
11
ThatcherKim Thatcher*R
52.6%
WalshRichard WalshD
47.4%
100%
13
WoodsAaron WoodsD
58.1%
VelezJohn VelezR
41.9%
97%

Washington

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022 4:51 a.m.

DemocratsRepublicans
28
50%
20
11 not up for election13 not up for election
 To obtain a supermajority, one party needs two-thirds of the seats (33).

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022 4:51 a.m.

Dist.
1st
%
2nd
%
Rpt.
8
BoehnkeMatt BoehnkeR
71.9%
BatchelorRonni Batchelor
28.1%
99%
15
TorresNikki TorresR
67.8%
KeeslingLindsey KeeslingD
32.2%
99%
21
LiiasMarko Liias*D
63.3%
CassJanelle CassR
36.7%
99%
26
RandallEmily Randall*D
50.9%
YoungJesse YoungR
49.2%
99%
27
TrudeauYasmin TrudeauD
70.6%
RayAshley RayR
29.4%
99%
29
ConwaySteve Conway*D
59.1%
HarderTerry HarderR
40.9%
99%
30
WilsonClaire Wilson*D
55.3%
KochmarLinda KochmarR
44.7%
99%
31
FortunatoPhil Fortunato*R
56%
VanceChris Vance
44%
99%

State House

Oregon

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

DemocratsRepublicans
33
50%
25
0 not up for election0 not up for election
 To obtain a supermajority, one party needs 60% of the seats (40).

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2022 11:18 p.m.

Dist.
1st
%
2nd
%
Rpt.
1
SmithDavid Smith*R
70.7%
CecilBret CecilD
29.3%
100%
2
OsborneVirgle OsborneR
70.2%
BellKevin BellD
27.3%
100%
3
MorganLily Morgan*R
68.3%
KeisterBrady KeisterD
31.7%
100%
5
MarshPam Marsh*D
64.4%
AbercrombieSandra AbercrombieR
35.6%
100%
6
WallanKim Wallan*R
60.3%
DavisDan DavisD
39.7%
100%

Washington

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022 4:52 a.m.

DemocratsRepublicans
57
50%
39
0 not up for election0 not up for election
 To obtain a supermajority, one party needs two-thirds of the seats (66).

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022 4:52 a.m.

Dist.
1st
%
2nd
%
Rpt.
1
DuerrDavina Duerr*D
70.9%
PeeplesJohn PeeplesR
29.1%
99%
1
KlobaShelley Kloba*D
71.3%
BuccolaJerry BuccolaR
28.7%
99%
2
WilcoxJT Wilcox*R
73.9%
MeerEdward Meer
26.1%
99%
3
RiccelliMarcus Riccelli*D
62.5%
NicolScotty NicolR
37.5%
99%
3
OrmsbyTimm Ormsby*D
59.8%
PoulsonNatalie PoulsonR
40.2%
99%

Resources

Districts map

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