Early Umatilla County election results

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Voter turnout

Registered voters: 31,553

Ballots cast: 15,076 (47.78 percent)

House Race 57

Rep. Bob Jenson, Republican, 8,383 (74 percent)

Pete Wells, Democrat, 2,855 (25.20 percent)    

Write-ins: 91 (0.8 percent)    

House Race 58

Rep. Greg Smith, Republican, 2,281 (77.37 percent)

Jean Falbo, Democrat, 657 (22.29 percent)

Write-ins: 10 (.34 percent)

Governor's Race

John Kitzhaber, Democrat, 4,651 (31.47 percent)

Chris Dudley, Republican, 9,523 (64.44 percent)

Greg Kord, Constitution, 324 (2.19 percent)   

Wes Wagner, Libertarian, 245 (1.66 percent)

Write-ins: 30 (.21 percent)

U.S. Senate

Jim Huffman, Republican, 7,962 (54 percent)

Ron Wyden, Democrat, 6,153 (41.73 percent)

Rick Staggenborg, Progressive, 104 (.71 percent)

Marc Delphine, Libertarian, 196 (1.33 percent)

Bruce Cronk, Working Families, 15 (.1 percent)

Write-ins: 5

Representative in Congress, 2nd District

Rep. Greg Walden, Republican, 11,406 (78.42 percent)

Joyce Segers, Democrat, 3,108 (21.37 percent)

Write-ins, 30 (.21 percent)

State Treasurer

Chris Telfer, Republican, 8,489 (60.96 percent)

Ted Wheeler, Democrat, 4,601 (33.04 percent)

Walter F (Walt) Brown, Progressive, 390 (2.8 percent)

Michael Marsh, Constitution, 430 (3.09 percent)

Write-ins, 15 (.11 percent)

Measure 70

Amends Constitution: Expands availability of home ownership loans for Oregon veterans through Oregon War Veterans' Fund.

Yes 12,231 (83.74 percent)

No 2,375 (16.25 percent)

Measure 71

Amends Constitution: Requires legislature to meet annually; limits length of legislative sessions; provides exceptions.

Yes 8,721 (61.16 percent)

No 5,538 (38.84 percent)

Measure 72

Amends Constitution: Authorizes exception to $50,000 state borrowing limit for state's real and personal property projects

Yes 7,046 (50.39 percent)

No 6,963 (49.61 percent)

Measure 73

Requires increased minimum sentences for certain repeated sex crimes, incarceration for repeated driving under influence

Yes 8,435 (57.66 percent)

No 6,195 (42.34 percent)

Measure 74

Establishes medical marijuana supply system and assistance and research programs; allows limited selling of marijuana

Yes 4,559 (31.12 percent)

No 10,093 (68.88 percent)

Measure 75

Authorizes Multnomah County casino; casino to contribute monthly revenue percentage to state for specified purposes

Yes 5,142 (35.64 percent)

No 9,286 (64.63 percent)

Measure 76

Amends Constitution: Continues lottery funding for parks, beaches, wildlife habitat, watershed protection beyond 2014; modifies funding process

Yes 8,863 (60.96 percent)

No 5,677 (39.04 percent)

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