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Politics & Government

Oregon/California Election Results 2020

Up-to-the-minute results on key races and ballot measures in Southern Oregon and Northern California.

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Oregon Statewide and Federal Races

(Incumbents in BOLD)

Secretary of State

Shemia Fagan (D) -- 51.1%

Kim Thatcher (R) -- 42.5%

Kyle Markley (Libertarian) -- 2.6%

Nathalie Paravicini (Pac. Green & Progressive) -- 3.5%

Attorney General

Ellen Rosenblum (D) -- 56.8%

Michael Cross (R) -- 40.7%

Lars D H Hedbor (Libertarian) — 2.2%

Treasurer

Tobias Read (D) -- 52.6%

Jeff Gudman (R) -- 40.8%

Michael P Marsh (Constitution) — 2.2%

Chris Henry (Independent, Progressive, Pacific Green) — 4.3%

US Senate

Jeff Merkley (D) -- 57.7%

Jo Rae Perkins (R) -- 38.7%

Ibrahim A Tahir (Pacific Green, Progressive) — 1.7%

Gary Dye (Libertarian) — 1.7%

Second Congressional District

Alex Spenser (D) -- 36.8%

Cliff Bentz (R) -- 60.0%

Robert Werch (Libertarian) — 3.0%

Fourth Congressional District

Peter DeFazio (D) -- 51.6%

Alek Skarlatos (R) -- 46.2%

Daniel Hoffay (Pacific Green) — 2.1%

California Federal Races

(No Statewide Races This Season)

First Congressional District

Audrey Denney (D) -- 45.0%

Doug LaMalfa (R) -- 55.0%

Second Congressional District

Jared Huffman (D) -- 78.0%

Dale K. Mensing (R) -- 22.0%

Oregon Ballot Initiatives

Measure 107 – Campaign Finance Limits Amendment YES: 78.1% NO: 21.8%

Measure 108 -- Tobacco and E-Cigarette Tax Increase YES: 66.3% NO: 33.7%

Measure 109 – Psilocybin Program Initiative YES: 55.8% NO: 44.1%

Measure 110 – Drug Decriminalization and Addiction Treatment YES: 58.6% NO: 41.4%

California Propositions

Prop. 14: Bonds For Stem Cell Research YES: 51.1% NO: 48.9%

Prop. 15: Property Taxes YES: 48.3% NO: 51.7%

Prop. 16: Affirmative Action YES: 43.9% NO: 56.1%

Prop. 17: Restores Voting Rights To Felons On Parole YES: 59.0% NO: 41.0%

Prop. 18: Allows 17-year-old to register to vote YES: 44.9% NO: 55.1%

Prop. 19: Changes certain tax rules YES: 51.5% NO: 48.5%

Prop. 20: Changes to Certain criminal justice policies YES: 37.7% NO: 62.3%

Prop. 21: Rent control YES: 40.2% NO: 59.8%

Prop. 22: Uber/Lyft drivers YES: 58.4% NO: 41.6%

Prop. 23: New rules on dialysis centers YES: 36.0% NO: 64.1%

Prop. 24: Increases consumer privacy protections YES: 56.1% NO: 43.9%

Prop. 25: Replaces cash bail YES: 44.6% NO: 55.4%

Oregon State Legislative Races

Oregon Senate Dist. 2 (Grants Pass)

Jerry Allen (D) 33.5% | Art Robinson (R) 64.0% | Thomas Griffin (Libertarian) — 2.2%

Oregon Senate Dist. 5 (Coos Bay)

Melissa Cribbins (D) 46.6% | Dick Anderson (R) 49.3% | Shauleen Higgins (Pacific Green) 3.9%

Oregon House Dist. 3 (Grants Pass)

Jerry Morgan (D) 32.9% | Lily Morgan (R) 66.7%

Oregon House Dist. 5 (Ashland)

Pam Marsh (D) 66.4% | Sandra A. Abercrombie (R) 33.5%

Oregon House Dist.6 (Medford)

Alberto Enriquez (D) 43.0% | Kim Wallan (R) 54.6% | Alex Levi Usselman (Libertarian) 2.3%

Oregon House Dist. 9

Cal Mukumoto (D) 33.5% | Boomer Wright (R) 66.7%

California State Legislative Races

State Senate Dist. 1

Pamela Swartz (D) 43.1% | Brian Dahle (R) 56.9%

State Senate Dist. 3

Bill Dodd (D) 70.4% | Carlos Santamaria (R) 29.6%

State Assembly Dist. 1

Elizabeth Betancourt (D) 42.4% | Megan Dahle (R) 57.6%

State Assembly Dist. 2

Jim Wood (D) 71.7% | Charlotte Svolos (R) 28.3%

State Assembly District 3

James Henson (D) 39.5% | James Gallagher (R) 60.5%

Oregon County Races and Ballot Measures

Jackson County Commission:

Terrie Martin (D) 42.7% | Dave Dotterer (R) 54.8% | Edward Stanton (Libertarian) 2.4%

Josephine County Commission #2

Ron Smith 48.1% | Dan DeYoung 50.8%

Douglas County Ballot measure

Advisory Question Concerning Moving Idaho Border Yes 43.2% | 56.7% No

Coos County Commission, Pos. 1

Robert (Bob) Main 55.4% | Katy Scheer 44.1%

Curry County Commission Pos. 2

Sue Gold 46.4% | John Herzog 53.1%

Coos County Second Amendment Sanctuary Ordinance Yes 45.7% No 54.3%

Lane County Commission Pos. 3

Joel Iboa 45.5% | Laurie Trieger 53.7%

California County Races

Shasta County Supervisor District 4

Patrick Henry Jones 52.7% | Steve Morgan 47.2%

Humboldt County Supervisor District 2

Michelle Bushnell 46.8% | Estelle Fennell 53.1%

Oregon Local Races

Ashland Mayor:

Julie Akins 52.6% | Tonya Graham 46.9%

Ashland City Council

Pos. #1

Andrew Card 32.8% | Paula Hyatt 66.9%

Pos. #3

Julian Bell 35.1% | Kelly Marcotulli 14.8% | Shaun Moran 40.0% | Gerardo Padilla 9.8%

Pos. #5

Gina Duquenne 71.7% | Jessica Kensinger 27.7%

Medford Mayor

Clay Bearnson 18.9% | Jim Huddleson 10.6% | Randy Sparacino 49.8% | Kevin Stine 19.7%

Medford City Council, Council Ward 1

Curt Ankerberg 29.1% | Rick Schreffler 4.6% | Sarah Spansail 37.9% | Jeff Thomas 27.9%

Medford City Council, Ward 3

Kay Brooks 33.3% | Don Libby 12.9% | Chad McComas 19.1% | Chad Miller 33.7%

Grants Pass Mayor

Aaron Barber 5.7% | Sara Bristol 47.0% | Jill Hamm 19.9% | Roy Lindsay 26.6%

Grants Pass City Council, Ward 1

·Clint Scherf 30.6% | Rob Pell 68.00%

Grants Pass City Council, Ward 4

Rycke Brown 16.9% | Vanessa Ogier 60.7% | Camie Rae Walter 21.8%

Cave Junction Mayor

Christopher Hall 32.9% | Meadow Martell 65.6%

Klamath Falls Mayor

Bill Adams 36.9% | James Garland 7.8% | Carol F. Westfall 54.2%

Eugene City Council Ward 1

Eliza Kashinsky 40.7% | Emily Semple 58.6%

California Local Races

Redding City Council (Top two get elected)

Adam Mc Elvain 20.7% | Mark Mezzano 25.9% | Jack Munns 19.9%
Julie Winter 21.5% | David Robbins 8.3% | Monique Leona Welin 3.8%