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  Treasurer  Ted Wheeler 1 12 +20.90%
  Attorney General  Ellen Rosenblum 1 12 +17.03%
  President  Barack Obama 2 12 +12.09%
  Senate Class II  Jeff Merkley 2 14 +18.86%
  Senate Class III  Ron Wyden 3 10 +17.98%
  OR - District 02  Greg Walden 9 14 +44.74%
  91 - Marijuana Legalization  Yes 107 14 +12.21%
  92 - Label Genetically Modified Food  No 99 14 +0.06%
  OR 1 - Adequate Legislative Funding of School Quality Goals  Yes 107 00 +32.64%
  OR 10 - Private Company Equity for Public Universities as Compensation for Publicly Created Technology  Yes 107 02 +54.94%
  OR 11 - Bond Financing for Medical Research  Yes 107 02 +51.23%
  OR 13 - Education and School Fund Specifications  No 99 02 +4.48%
  OR 14 - Deletion of Racial References from State Constitution  Yes 107 02 +42.29%
  OR 15 - Bonds for Seismic Rehabilitation of Public Education Buildings  Yes 107 02 +11.27%
  OR 16 - Bonds for Seismic Rehabilitation of Emergency Services Buildings  Yes 107 02 +11.57%
  OR 17 - Legislator Age Requirement  No 99 02 +45.41%
  OR 18 - Permanent Property Tax Rates  No 99 02 +21.97%
  OR 19 - Education Stability Fund  Yes 107 02 +23.70%
  OR 2 - Legislative Review of Administrative Rules  No 99 00 +12.54%
  OR 20 - Cigarette Tax Increase  Yes 107 02 +28.76%
  OR 21 - Allows Vote for "None of the Above"  No 99 02 +11.87%
  OR 22 - Election of Judges by District  No 99 02 +1.17%
  OR 23 - Health Care Finance Plan  No 99 02 +57.03%
  OR 24 - Dental Regulations  Yes 107 02 +52.03%
  OR 25 - Minimum Wage Increase  Yes 107 02 +2.65%
  OR 26 - Prohibition of Payment for Referendum Signatures  Yes 107 02 +50.71%
  OR 27 - GMO Labeling  No 99 02 +40.91%
  OR 28 - Temporary Income Tax Increase  No 99 03 +8.02%
  OR 29 - State Debt for Savings on Pension Liabilities  Yes 107 03 +10.50%
  OR 3 - Conviction Before Forfeiture  Yes 107 00 +34.40%
  OR 30 - Tax Increase  No 99 04 +17.92%
  OR 31 - Postponement of Elections Upon Death of Nominee  Yes 107 04 +31.22%
  OR 32 - Deletion of Mobile Home Reference from Motor Vehicle Tax Provision  Yes 107 04 +22.61%
  OR 33 - Amends Medical Marijuana Act  No 99 04 +14.44%
  OR 34 - Balancing Timber Production and Resource Conservation/Preservation  No 99 04 +23.32%
  OR 36 - Ban Gay Marriage  Yes 107 04 +13.27%
  OR 37 - Land Use Restrictions  Yes 107 04 +21.24%
  OR 38 - Abolishes Saif  No 99 04 +21.47%
  OR 39 - Condemning Private Real Property  Yes 107 06 +34.25%
  OR 4 - Tobacco Settlement Proceeds for Low-Income Health Care  No 99 00 +9.63%
  OR 40 - Election of Judges by District  No 99 06 +13.07%
  OR 41 - Income Tax Deduction Equal to Federal Exemptions Deduction  No 99 06 +25.73%
  OR 42 - Prohibits Insurance Companies From Using Credit Score In Calculating Rates or Premiums  No 99 06 +29.21%
  OR 43 - 48-Hour Notice for Minors Seeking Abortions  No 99 06 +9.51%
  OR 44 - Expansion of Oregon Prescription Drug Program  Yes 107 06 +55.93%
  OR 45 - Term Limits for State Legislators  No 99 06 +17.40%
  OR 46 - Allows Laws Regulating Election Contributions  No 99 06 +19.36%
  OR 47 - Revises Campaign Finance Laws  Yes 107 06 +6.08%
  OR 48 - Limits Biennial Percentage Increase In State Spending  No 99 06 +41.70%
  OR 49 - Clarifies Right to Build Homes  Yes 107 07 +24.29%
  OR 5 - Expansion of Firearm Background Checks  Yes 107 00 +23.59%
  OR 50 - Increase Tobacco Tax  No 99 07 +18.51%
  OR 51 - Constitutional Rights of Crime Victims  Yes 107 08 +49.84%
  OR 52 - Constitutional Rights of Crime Victims  Yes 107 08 +49.74%
  OR 53 - Modification of Provisions Governing Civil Forfeitures Related to Crimes  Yes 107 08 +0.07%
  OR 54 - Voting Eligibility for School Board Elections  Yes 107 08 +45.17%
  OR 55 - Changes Operative Date of Redistricting Plans  Yes 107 08 +54.84%
  OR 56 - Property Tax Elections Decided by Majority Vote  Yes 107 08 +13.20%
  OR 57 - Increases Sentences for Certain Crimes  Yes 107 08 +22.78%
  OR 58 - English Language  No 99 08 +12.73%
  OR 59 - Creation of Unlimited Deduction for Federal Income Taxes  No 99 08 +27.56%
  OR 6 - Public Funding for Candidates Who Limit Spending  No 99 00 +17.62%
  OR 60 - Teacher Pay Raises and Seniority  No 99 08 +22.79%
  OR 61 - Mandatory Minimum Prison Sentences for Certain Crimes  No 99 08 +2.20%
  OR 62 - Allocation of Lottery Proceeds to Public Safety Fund  No 99 08 +21.13%
  OR 63 - Exemptions from Building Permit Requirements  No 99 08 +8.43%
  OR 64 - Penalties for Using Public Funds for Political Purposes  No 99 08 +1.11%
  OR 65 - Changes General Election Nomination Processes  No 99 08 +31.83%
  OR 66 - Raise tax on household income above $250,000 (and $125,000 for individual filers)?  Yes 107 10 +8.54%
  OR 67 - Raise corporate minimum tax, business minimum tax, and corporate profits tax?  Yes 107 10 +7.19%
  OR 68 - Bonds for School Capital Costs  Yes 107 10 +30.19%
  OR 68 - Protections from Prison Work Programs  Yes 107 99 +16.83%
  OR 69 - Constitutional Victim Rights in Criminal Prosecutions  Yes 107 99 +16.31%
  OR 69 - Modernizes Authority for Lowest Cost Borrowing for Universities  Yes 107 10 +43.26%
  OR 70 - Home Ownership Loans for Veterans  Yes 107 10 +68.87%
  OR 70 - Right to Demand Jury Trial  No 99 99 +16.87%
  OR 71 - Pretrial Release Limitations  Yes 107 99 +16.02%
  OR 71 - Requires Legislature to Meet Annually  Yes 107 10 +35.67%
  OR 72 - Exception to State Borrowing Limit  Yes 107 10 +18.19%
  OR 72 - Murder Conviction by 11 to 1 Jury Verdict  No 99 99 +9.49%
  OR 73 - Immunity of Persons Ordered to Testify About Their Conduct  No 99 99 +7.20%
  OR 73 - Increased Minimum Sentences for Certain Crimes  Yes 107 10 +13.76%
  OR 74 - Legalize Marijuana  No 99 10 +11.58%
  OR 74 - Terms of Imprisonment  Yes 107 99 +6.31%
  OR 75 - Authorization of Multnomah County Casino  No 99 10 +36.32%
  OR 75 - Criminals and Grand Juries  Yes 107 99 +15.49%
  OR 76 - Continuation of Lottery Funding for Parks  Yes 107 10 +38.44%
  OR 77 - Definition of "Catastrophic Disaster" Declarations  Yes 107 12 +17.42%
  OR 78 - Changes to Constitutional Language  Yes 107 12 +43.55%
  OR 79 - Prohibition of Real Estate Transfer Taxes  Yes 107 12 +17.92%
  OR 80 - Legalize Marijuana  No 99 12 +6.49%
  OR 81 - Prohibition of Non-Tribal Fishing with Gillnets  No 99 12 +30.76%
  OR 82 - Allow Non-Tribal Casinos  No 99 12 +43.30%
  OR 83 - Allow Casino in Wood Village  No 99 12 +41.42%
  OR 83 - Veterans' Loans  Yes 107 00 +49.63%
  OR 84 - Payments for State-Mandated Programs  Yes 107 00 +68.94%
  OR 84 - Phases Out Existing Inheritance Taxes on Large Estates  No 99 12 +8.08%
  OR 85 - Divert Corporate Tax Rebates to Schools  Yes 107 12 +19.92%
  OR 85 - Requirements for Formation of New Counties  No 99 00 +9.49%
  OR 86 - Refunds of General Fund Revenues Exceeding State Estimates  Yes 107 00 +24.05%
  OR 87 - Regulation of Sexually Oriented Businesses  No 99 00 +5.28%
  OR 88 - Increases Maximum Deductible for Federal Income Taxes Paid  Yes 107 00 +1.04%
  OR 89 - Tobacco Settlement Proceeds for Health, Housing, and Transportation  No 99 00 +14.15%
  OR 90 - Utility Investments in Retired Property  No 99 00 +76.77%
  OR 91 - Fully Deductible Federal Income Taxes  No 99 00 +10.40%
  OR 92 - Prohibits Payroll Deductions for Political Purposes  No 99 00 +10.81%
  OR 93 - Voter Approval of Taxes and Fees  No 99 00 +19.63%
  OR 94 - Resentencing for Certain Felonies  No 99 00 +46.99%
  OR 95 - Teacher Pay and Retention  No 99 00 +30.28%
  OR 96 - Prohibits Making Initiative Process Harder  No 99 00 +24.31%
  OR 97 - Bans Body-Gripping Animal Traps  No 99 00 +17.66%
  OR 98 - Prohibits Using Public Resources for Political Purposes  No 99 00 +6.77%
  OR 99 - Commission Ensuring Quality Home Care Services  Yes 107 00 +25.63%
  OR State House 57  Greg Smith 8 14 +96.53%

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