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  Lane
City
 Coburg  1,141
 Cottage Grove  10,351
 Creswell  5,489
 Dunes City  1,398
 Eugene  171,245
 Florence  9,103
 Junction City  6,182
 Lowell  1,137
 Springfield  62,979
 Veneta  5,054
 Westfir  265
Town
 Oakridge  3,334
Unincorporated
 Alma   
 Alpha   
 Alvadore   
 Belknap Springs   
 Bethel   
 Blachly   
 Blue River   
 Brickerville   
 Canary   
 Cheshire   
 Cloverdale   
 College Hill   
 Crow   
 Culp Creek   
 Cushman   
 Danebo   
 Deadwood   
 Deerhorn   
 Dexter   
 Disston   
 Dorena   
 Elmira   
 Fall Creek   
 Finn Rock   
 Fir Grove   
 Foley Springs   
 Franklin   
 Gap   
 Glenada   
 Glenwood   
 Goldson   
 Goshen   
 Greenleaf   
 Heceta Beach   
 Horton   
 Irving   
 Jasper   
 Lancaster   
 Latham   
 Leaburg   
 Linslaw   
 London   
 London Springs   
 Lorane   
 Low Pass   
 Mabel   
 Mapleton   
 Marcola   
 McCredie Springs   
 McKenzie Bridge   
 Minerva   
 Mohawk   
 Nimrod   
 North Beach   
 North Springfield   
 Noti   
 Pleasant Hill   
 Point Terrace   
 Rainbow   
 Rainrock   
 Reed   
 River Road   
 Royal   
 Saginaw   
 Santa Clara   
 Searose Beach   
 Siltcoos   
 Swisshome   
 Thurston   
 Tiernan   
 Trent   
 Triangle Lake   
 Unity   
 Vaughn   
 Veatch   
 Vida   
 Walden   
 Walker   
 Walterville   
 Walton   
 Wendling   
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Sub-Races
% Of Total VotesOfficeLane WinnerYrLane Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
9.49% Governor   Kate Brown 18 96,841 54.66% +4.61%
9.31% Secretary of State   Shemia Fagan 20 114,745 54.11% +3.80%
9.29% Treasurer   Tobias Read 20 117,660 56.10% +4.42%
9.30% Attorney General   Ellen Rosenblum 20 126,956 60.42% +4.46%
10.62% Labor Commissioner   Val Hoyle 18 47,678 62.46% +10.18%
9.36% President   Joe Biden 20 134,366 60.46% +4.00%
9.36% Senate Class II   Jeff Merkley 20 133,033 61.26% +4.35%
9.59% Senate Class III   Ron Wyden 16 110,836 59.18% +2.58%
46.99% OR - District 04   Peter A. DeFazio 20 135,125 61.48% +9.96%
9.67% M100 - Oregon Wildlife Trafficking Prevention   Yes 16 133,522 73.38% +3.93%
9.81% 91 - Marijuana Legalization   Yes 14 89,926 60.65% +4.54%
9.82% 92 - Label Genetically Modified Food   Yes 14 85,249 57.64% +7.67%
10.05% M101: New Taxes to Support Medicaid   Yes 18 70,280 67.12% +5.58%
9.56% M105: Repeal Immigrant Sanctuary Law   No 18 120,847 68.42% +4.96%
9.34% Measure 107 - Campaign Finance Limits   Yes 20 168,600 80.19% +1.89%
9.34% Measure 108 - Cigarette Tax   Yes 20 145,200 67.17% +0.83%
9.33% Measure 109 - Legalize Psilocybin   Yes 20 127,241 59.88% +4.13%
9.34% Measure 110- Addiction Recovery Centers/Decriminalize Certain Drugs   Yes 20 129,398 60.72% +2.25%
9.61% OR 10 - Private Company Equity for Public Universities as Compensation for Publicly Created Technology   Yes 02 58,145 76.99% -0.48%
9.41% OR 11 - Bond Financing for Medical Research   Yes 02 53,604 73.02% -2.59%
9.59% OR 13 - Education and School Fund Specifications   No 02 44,311 58.57% +6.33%
9.65% OR 14 - Deletion of Racial References from State Constitution   Yes 02 90,900 77.24% +6.10%
9.65% OR 15 - Bonds for Seismic Rehabilitation of Public Education Buildings   Yes 02 65,852 56.52% +0.88%
9.64% OR 16 - Bonds for Seismic Rehabilitation of Emergency Services Buildings   Yes 02 65,957 56.99% +1.21%
9.69% OR 17 - Legislator Age Requirement   No 02 87,513 72.12% -0.59%
9.54% OR 18 - Permanent Property Tax Rates   No 02 64,574 58.64% -2.35%
9.25% OR 19 - Education Stability Fund   Yes 02 46,217 62.19% +0.34%
9.28% OR 20 - Cigarette Tax Increase   Yes 02 48,829 64.80% +0.42%
9.57% OR 21 - Allows Vote for "None of the Above"   No 02 65,643 57.42% +1.49%
9.54% OR 22 - Election of Judges by District   No 02 63,406 55.14% +4.55%
9.77% OR 23 - Health Care Finance Plan   No 02 88,259 73.14% -5.38%
9.68% OR 24 - Dental Regulations   Yes 02 91,396 79.03% +3.01%
9.74% OR 25 - Minimum Wage Increase   Yes 02 65,092 53.18% +1.85%
9.67% OR 26 - Prohibition of Payment for Referendum Signatures   Yes 02 90,837 76.80% +1.45%
9.75% OR 27 - GMO Labeling   No 02 77,880 63.48% -6.98%
9.71% OR 28 - Temporary Income Tax Increase   Yes 03 61,420 50.49% +4.50%
9.08% OR 29 - State Debt for Savings on Pension Liabilities   Yes 03 36,133 61.03% +5.78%
10.13% OR 30 - Tax Increase   No 04 60,270 50.76% -8.20%
10.10% OR 31 - Postponement of Elections Upon Death of Nominee   Yes 04 114,944 66.49% +0.88%
10.09% OR 32 - Deletion of Mobile Home Reference from Motor Vehicle Tax Provision   Yes 04 106,636 61.80% +0.50%
10.19% OR 33 - Amends Medical Marijuana Act   No 04 98,393 54.06% -3.16%
10.19% OR 34 - Balancing Timber Production and Resource Conservation/Preservation   No 04 106,265 60.65% -1.00%
10.14% OR 36 - Ban Gay Marriage   Yes 04 92,083 50.02% -6.62%
10.18% OR 37 - Land Use Restrictions   Yes 04 99,000 55.93% -4.69%
10.22% OR 38 - Abolishes Saif   No 04 107,023 61.30% +0.56%
10.19% OR 39 - Condemning Private Real Property   Yes 06 81,359 60.76% -6.37%
10.16% OR 40 - Election of Judges by District   No 06 83,505 61.97% +5.44%
10.18% OR 41 - Income Tax Deduction Equal to Federal Exemptions Deduction   No 06 91,033 68.67% +5.80%
10.14% OR 42 - Prohibits Insurance Companies From Using Credit Score In Calculating Rates or Premiums   No 06 89,726 65.23% +0.62%
10.15% OR 43 - 48-Hour Notice for Minors Seeking Abortions   No 06 83,291 60.19% +5.43%
10.18% OR 44 - Expansion of Oregon Prescription Drug Program   Yes 06 111,322 81.21% +3.24%
10.16% OR 45 - Term Limits for State Legislators   No 06 86,813 63.60% +4.90%
10.26% OR 46 - Allows Laws Regulating Election Contributions   No 06 80,239 60.61% +0.93%
10.21% OR 47 - Revises Campaign Finance Laws   Yes 06 68,530 51.22% -1.82%
10.23% OR 48 - Limits Biennial Percentage Increase In State Spending   No 06 101,417 76.06% +5.21%
10.11% OR 49 - Clarifies Right to Build Homes   Yes 07 76,108 65.18% +3.04%
10.10% OR 50 - Increase Tobacco Tax   No 07 64,464 55.08% -4.18%
9.74% OR 51 - Constitutional Rights of Crime Victims   Yes 08 68,329 70.63% -4.29%
9.75% OR 52 - Constitutional Rights of Crime Victims   Yes 08 68,065 70.84% -4.03%
9.85% OR 53 - Modification of Provisions Governing Civil Forfeitures Related to Crimes   No 08 49,360 51.13% +1.17%
9.53% OR 54 - Voting Eligibility for School Board Elections   Yes 08 112,389 71.67% -0.91%
10.09% OR 55 - Changes Operative Date of Redistricting Plans   Yes 08 127,583 78.20% +0.78%
10.05% OR 56 - Property Tax Elections Decided by Majority Vote   Yes 08 102,750 60.35% +3.75%
10.01% OR 57 - Increases Sentences for Certain Crimes   Yes 08 113,073 65.50% +4.10%
10.03% OR 58 - English Language   No 08 105,067 60.38% +4.02%
10.02% OR 59 - Creation of Unlimited Deduction for Federal Income Taxes   No 08 114,296 67.07% +3.29%
10.02% OR 60 - Teacher Pay Raises and Seniority   No 08 111,682 63.91% +2.52%
10.07% OR 61 - Mandatory Minimum Prison Sentences for Certain Crimes   No 08 90,765 51.93% +0.83%
10.09% OR 62 - Allocation of Lottery Proceeds to Public Safety Fund   No 08 98,647 57.19% -3.37%
10.03% OR 63 - Exemptions from Building Permit Requirements   No 08 88,634 51.58% -2.64%
10.05% OR 64 - Penalties for Using Public Funds for Political Purposes   No 08 90,602 53.36% +2.81%
10.10% OR 65 - Changes General Election Nomination Processes   No 08 113,234 69.05% +3.14%
9.96% OR 66 - Raise tax on household income above $250,000 (and $125,000 for individual filers)?   Yes 10 81,936 64.44% +10.17%
9.90% OR 67 - Raise corporate minimum tax, business minimum tax, and corporate profits tax?   Yes 10 80,364 63.71% +10.11%
10.66% OR 68 - Bonds for School Capital Costs   Yes 10 55,020 67.43% +2.33%
10.74% OR 69 - Modernizes Authority for Lowest Cost Borrowing for Universities   Yes 10 59,630 72.78% +1.15%
9.87% OR 70 - Home Ownership Loans for Veterans   Yes 10 119,743 86.72% +2.28%
9.88% OR 71 - Requires Legislature to Meet Annually   Yes 10 96,711 72.27% +4.44%
9.89% OR 72 - Exception to State Borrowing Limit   Yes 10 83,510 64.44% +5.35%
9.94% OR 73 - Increased Minimum Sentences for Certain Crimes   Yes 10 77,424 55.21% -1.67%
9.93% OR 74 - Legalize Marijuana   Yes 10 70,465 50.01% +5.80%
9.81% OR 75 - Authorization of Multnomah County Casino   No 10 91,526 66.32% -1.84%
9.93% OR 76 - Continuation of Lottery Funding for Parks   Yes 10 105,394 75.51% +6.29%
9.44% OR 77 - Definition of "Catastrophic Disaster" Declarations   Yes 12 96,252 62.54% +3.83%
9.43% OR 78 - Changes to Constitutional Language   Yes 12 112,834 73.65% +1.87%
9.46% OR 79 - Prohibition of Real Estate Transfer Taxes   Yes 12 83,500 53.30% -5.66%
9.56% OR 80 - Legalize Marijuana   Yes 12 84,598 51.03% +4.28%
9.46% OR 81 - Prohibition of Non-Tribal Fishing with Gillnets   No 12 104,426 67.29% +1.91%
9.47% OR 82 - Allow Non-Tribal Casinos   No 12 120,431 74.33% +2.68%
9.43% OR 83 - Allow Casino in Wood Village   No 12 118,437 73.54% +2.83%
9.48% OR 84 - Phases Out Existing Inheritance Taxes on Large Estates   No 12 96,012 59.96% +5.92%
9.48% OR 85 - Divert Corporate Tax Rebates to Schools   Yes 12 102,980 64.68% +4.72%

County DETAILS
Parents > United States > Oregon > Counties  
Websitehttps://www.lanecounty.org/
Established January 29, 1851
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorRP
Last ModifiedRP February 27, 2020 05:12pm
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VOTER REGISTRATION
Pty Amount % Yr Chg As Of Contributor
D 100,958 38.46% +1.95% Jan 31, 2020 RP
NPA 84,509 32.19% +13.65% Jan 31, 2020 RP
R 59,367 22.61% +0.68% Jan 31, 2020 RP
IndOR 11,551 4.40% +6.76% Jan 31, 2020 RP
OTH 2,012 0.77% -3.24% Jan 31, 2020 RP
LBT 1,814 0.69% +4.74% Jan 31, 2020 RP
PAC 1,035 0.39% -0.61% Jan 31, 2020 RP
WFP 697 0.27% +18.07% Jan 31, 2020 RP
CST 325 0.12% +2.06% Jan 31, 2020 RP
PRG 247 0.09% +7.56% Jan 31, 2020 RP

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NEWS
Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Sep 30, 2005 02:00pm Proposed Legislation Part of Lane County [OR] entertains idea of secession  Article CBlock941 

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