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  Multnomah
County Government
   County Chair  Deborah Kafoury 2 18 +56.83%
  County Sheriff  Mike Reese 1 18 +93.10%
  District Attorney  Mike Schmidt 1 20 +53.59%
County Commission
   County Commissioner 01  Sharon Meieran 2 20 +80.44%
  County Commissioner 02  Susheela Jayapal 1 18 +46.86%
   County Commissioner 03  Jessica Vega Pederson 2 20 +96.85%
   County Commissioner 04  Lori Stegmann 2 20 +95.74%
City
 Fairview  9,319
 Gresham  110,158
 Maywood Park  847
 Portland  653,115
 Troutdale  16,379
 Wood Village  3,997
Unincorporated
 Bonneville   
 Bridal Veil   
 Burlington   
 Corbett   
 Dodson   
 Dunthorpe   
 Holbrook   
 Interlachen   
 Latourell   
 Orient   
 Riverwood   
 Springdale   
 Warrendale   
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Sub-Races
% Of Total VotesOfficeMultnomah WinnerYrMultnomah Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
20.28% Governor   Kate Brown 18 279,834 73.92% +23.87%
19.47% Secretary of State   Shemia Fagan 20 321,966 72.59% +22.27%
19.45% Treasurer   Tobias Read 20 319,752 72.81% +21.13%
19.48% Attorney General   Ellen Rosenblum 20 347,007 78.85% +22.88%
18.31% Labor Commissioner   Val Hoyle 18 96,797 73.57% +21.29%
19.53% President   Joe Biden 20 367,249 79.21% +22.75%
19.58% Senate Class II   Jeff Merkley 20 356,870 78.53% +21.62%
19.80% Senate Class III   Ron Wyden 16 285,058 73.72% +17.12%
8.62% OR - District 01   Suzanne Bonamici 20 33,927 85.58% +20.99%
86.55% OR - District 03   Earl Blumenauer 20 316,891 77.82% +4.80%
1.07% OR - District 05   Kurt Schrader 20 3,478 71.96% +20.08%
4.94% OR State Senate 16   Elizabeth "Betsy" Johnson 18 2,683 88.37% +6.34%
19.67% M100 - Oregon Wildlife Trafficking Prevention   Yes 16 304,290 82.24% +12.79%
19.76% 91 - Marijuana Legalization   Yes 14 213,137 71.38% +15.27%
19.75% 92 - Label Genetically Modified Food   Yes 14 186,147 62.56% +12.59%
20.06% M101: New Taxes to Support Medicaid   Yes 18 167,024 79.93% +18.39%
20.31% M105: Repeal Immigrant Sanctuary Law   No 18 306,898 81.75% +18.29%
19.72% Measure 107 - Campaign Finance Limits   Yes 20 384,824 86.67% +8.37%
19.58% Measure 108 - Cigarette Tax   Yes 20 342,625 75.57% +9.23%
19.63% Measure 109 - Legalize Psilocybin   Yes 20 318,425 71.19% +15.44%
19.65% Measure 110- Addiction Recovery Centers/Decriminalize Certain Drugs   Yes 20 333,042 74.33% +15.87%
18.78% OR 10 - Private Company Equity for Public Universities as Compensation for Publicly Created Technology   Yes 02 120,177 81.47% +4.00%
19.08% OR 11 - Bond Financing for Medical Research   Yes 02 115,356 77.49% +1.88%
18.97% OR 13 - Education and School Fund Specifications   No 02 77,553 51.86% -0.38%
19.13% OR 14 - Deletion of Racial References from State Constitution   Yes 02 180,182 77.22% +6.07%
18.95% OR 15 - Bonds for Seismic Rehabilitation of Public Education Buildings   Yes 02 144,604 63.19% +7.56%
18.97% OR 16 - Bonds for Seismic Rehabilitation of Emergency Services Buildings   Yes 02 143,547 63.04% +7.25%
19.00% OR 17 - Legislator Age Requirement   No 02 150,398 63.21% -9.50%
18.69% OR 18 - Permanent Property Tax Rates   No 02 117,085 54.25% -6.73%
17.84% OR 19 - Education Stability Fund   Yes 02 91,917 64.14% +2.29%
17.93% OR 20 - Cigarette Tax Increase   Yes 02 106,024 72.85% +8.47%
18.98% OR 21 - Allows Vote for "None of the Above"   No 02 135,799 59.90% +3.97%
18.99% OR 22 - Election of Judges by District   No 02 136,414 59.56% +8.97%
18.85% OR 23 - Health Care Finance Plan   No 02 160,436 68.91% -9.60%
18.85% OR 24 - Dental Regulations   Yes 02 172,823 76.75% +0.73%
19.02% OR 25 - Minimum Wage Increase   Yes 02 149,034 62.35% +11.02%
19.14% OR 26 - Prohibition of Payment for Referendum Signatures   Yes 02 187,285 80.01% +4.66%
19.03% OR 27 - GMO Labeling   No 02 142,859 59.64% -10.82%
18.75% OR 28 - Temporary Income Tax Increase   Yes 03 134,520 57.29% +11.30%
17.61% OR 29 - State Debt for Savings on Pension Liabilities   Yes 03 69,633 60.64% +5.39%
18.53% OR 30 - Tax Increase   No 04 119,584 55.02% -3.94%
19.41% OR 31 - Postponement of Elections Upon Death of Nominee   Yes 04 232,766 70.09% +4.48%
19.22% OR 32 - Deletion of Mobile Home Reference from Motor Vehicle Tax Provision   Yes 04 214,082 65.14% +3.84%
19.51% OR 33 - Amends Medical Marijuana Act   Yes 04 187,526 53.83% +11.05%
19.40% OR 34 - Balancing Timber Production and Resource Conservation/Preservation   Yes 04 178,681 53.55% +15.21%
19.72% OR 36 - Ban Gay Marriage   No 04 213,923 59.74% +16.38%
19.48% OR 37 - Land Use Restrictions   Yes 04 174,397 51.47% -9.15%
19.37% OR 38 - Abolishes Saif   No 04 209,118 63.20% +2.46%
18.55% OR 39 - Condemning Private Real Property   Yes 06 131,411 53.92% -13.20%
18.68% OR 40 - Election of Judges by District   No 06 173,299 69.98% +13.44%
18.77% OR 41 - Income Tax Deduction Equal to Federal Exemptions Deduction   No 06 172,647 70.65% +7.79%
18.68% OR 42 - Prohibits Insurance Companies From Using Credit Score In Calculating Rates or Premiums   No 06 158,715 62.65% -1.96%
18.81% OR 43 - 48-Hour Notice for Minors Seeking Abortions   No 06 180,655 70.46% +15.70%
18.80% OR 44 - Expansion of Oregon Prescription Drug Program   Yes 06 212,768 84.05% +6.08%
18.69% OR 45 - Term Limits for State Legislators   No 06 167,205 66.55% +7.85%
18.73% OR 46 - Allows Laws Regulating Election Contributions   No 06 144,610 59.84% +0.15%
18.74% OR 47 - Revises Campaign Finance Laws   No 06 122,838 50.04% +3.08%
18.76% OR 48 - Limits Biennial Percentage Increase In State Spending   No 06 188,427 77.06% +6.21%
18.45% OR 49 - Clarifies Right to Build Homes   Yes 07 167,522 78.58% +16.43%
18.44% OR 50 - Increase Tobacco Tax   Yes 07 121,697 56.95% +16.21%
19.65% OR 51 - Constitutional Rights of Crime Victims   Yes 08 154,176 78.98% +4.06%
19.74% OR 52 - Constitutional Rights of Crime Victims   Yes 08 153,469 78.85% +3.98%
19.64% OR 53 - Modification of Provisions Governing Civil Forfeitures Related to Crimes   Yes 08 105,613 54.88% +4.85%
19.54% OR 54 - Voting Eligibility for School Board Elections   Yes 08 251,841 78.34% +5.75%
19.71% OR 55 - Changes Operative Date of Redistricting Plans   Yes 08 256,116 80.41% +2.98%
19.73% OR 56 - Property Tax Elections Decided by Majority Vote   Yes 08 228,199 68.26% +11.66%
19.81% OR 57 - Increases Sentences for Certain Crimes   Yes 08 223,090 65.27% +3.88%
19.77% OR 58 - English Language   No 08 244,781 71.36% +15.00%
19.77% OR 59 - Creation of Unlimited Deduction for Federal Income Taxes   No 08 250,839 74.60% +10.83%
19.79% OR 60 - Teacher Pay Raises and Seniority   No 08 244,787 70.93% +9.54%
19.71% OR 61 - Mandatory Minimum Prison Sentences for Certain Crimes   No 08 224,347 65.58% +14.48%
19.66% OR 62 - Allocation of Lottery Proceeds to Public Safety Fund   No 08 240,440 71.52% +10.95%
19.65% OR 63 - Exemptions from Building Permit Requirements   No 08 230,599 68.51% +14.30%
19.73% OR 64 - Penalties for Using Public Funds for Political Purposes   No 08 212,170 63.63% +13.08%
19.84% OR 65 - Changes General Election Nomination Processes   No 08 197,713 61.36% -4.55%
19.05% OR 66 - Raise tax on household income above $250,000 (and $125,000 for individual filers)?   Yes 10 173,167 71.22% +16.95%
19.06% OR 67 - Raise corporate minimum tax, business minimum tax, and corporate profits tax?   Yes 10 172,546 71.07% +17.48%
16.50% OR 68 - Bonds for School Capital Costs   Yes 10 98,495 78.02% +12.93%
16.61% OR 69 - Modernizes Authority for Lowest Cost Borrowing for Universities   Yes 10 105,000 82.84% +11.21%
18.85% OR 70 - Home Ownership Loans for Veterans   Yes 10 228,425 86.64% +2.20%
18.90% OR 71 - Requires Legislature to Meet Annually   Yes 10 195,766 76.46% +8.62%
18.68% OR 72 - Exception to State Borrowing Limit   Yes 10 167,307 68.35% +9.25%
18.99% OR 73 - Increased Minimum Sentences for Certain Crimes   No 10 143,432 53.55% +10.43%
19.06% OR 74 - Legalize Marijuana   Yes 10 159,152 58.87% +14.66%
19.28% OR 75 - Authorization of Multnomah County Casino   No 10 191,173 70.45% +2.29%
19.07% OR 76 - Continuation of Lottery Funding for Parks   Yes 10 199,849 74.58% +5.35%
20.14% OR 77 - Definition of "Catastrophic Disaster" Declarations   Yes 12 231,976 70.63% +11.92%
20.15% OR 78 - Changes to Constitutional Language   Yes 12 260,656 79.63% +7.86%
19.90% OR 79 - Prohibition of Real Estate Transfer Taxes   No 12 183,578 55.69% +14.66%
20.27% OR 80 - Legalize Marijuana   Yes 12 213,554 60.77% +14.01%
20.09% OR 81 - Prohibition of Non-Tribal Fishing with Gillnets   No 12 210,610 63.90% -1.47%
20.32% OR 82 - Allow Non-Tribal Casinos   No 12 260,226 74.84% +3.19%
20.37% OR 83 - Allow Casino in Wood Village   No 12 257,099 73.90% +3.18%
20.11% OR 84 - Phases Out Existing Inheritance Taxes on Large Estates   No 12 235,541 69.35% +15.32%
20.29% OR 85 - Divert Corporate Tax Rebates to Schools   Yes 12 248,279 72.83% +12.87%

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Websitehttps://multco.us/
Established December 22, 1854
Disbanded Still Active
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Last ModifiedRP March 05, 2020 12:31pm
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VOTER REGISTRATION
Pty Amount % Yr Chg As Of Contributor
D 270,766 50.53% +2.77% Jan 31, 2020 RP
NPA 171,319 31.97% +10.63% Jan 31, 2020 RP
R 59,759 11.15% -1.49% Jan 31, 2020 RP
IndOR 18,791 3.51% +5.26% Jan 31, 2020 RP
OTH 4,254 0.79% -3.51% Jan 31, 2020 RP
WFP 3,984 0.74% +39.56% Jan 31, 2020 RP
LBT 3,166 0.59% +2.56% Jan 31, 2020 RP
PAC 2,650 0.49% -5.82% Jan 31, 2020 RP
PRG 725 0.14% -1.47% Jan 31, 2020 RP
CST 418 0.08% +0.06% Jan 31, 2020 RP

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Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Feb 27, 2004 12:00am News Portland tent city declared legal  Article Servo 
Feb 26, 2004 12:00am General Vote could resolve Dignity Village  Article None Entered 

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