Early results published by the Oregon Secretary of State are in for a number of county elected positions. Results are from 8:30 p.m. County Chair Kathryn Harrington (incumbent) 34,282 votes received (55%)Seeking applicants for Computer Lab & Tutoring Coordinator (Program Specialist – Part-time) We rely on subscribers to keep the[Read More…]
LEGISLATIVE RACES Early results published by the Oregon Secretary of State are in for a variety of legislative primary races in Oregon. We’re covering House District 31, House District 29, Senate District 15, and Senate District 16. Results valid as of 8:15 p.m. House District 31Seeking applicants for Computer Lab[Read More…]
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With “polls” closing at 8 p.m., and an expected delay in results as ballots trickle in over the next week and beyond, why not take a moment to look at some political ads… from 1922? These advertisements appeared in the May 11, 1922 edition of the Washington County News-Times. Back[Read More…]
Have you voted? There are races and measures to vote for on the ballot, even for those not registered with one of Oregon’s political parties. Ranging from decisions on who will chair the Washington County board of commissioners to who will head the state’s Bureau of Labor and Industries, registered[Read More…]
How we’re covering elections on May 17.
The May 17 Primary Election closes at 8 p.m. Tuesday night, and voters must either have their ballots returned to a ballot drop site by then or postmarked by May 17 to be counted.
With the final votes certified Wednesday afternoon, Banks Fire District 13 Board Chair Mark Schmidlin has lost his elected position by 35 votes.
Nearly three dozen candidates for governor are vying for their parties’ nomination in the 2022 primaries on May 17. A collaborative of Oregon journalists wrote 15 questions to help you get to know these folks before you cast your ballot.
The Oregon Department of Transportation and Washington County Land Use and Transportation are once again asking people to stop putting election signs in state-owned rights of way.