Elections, politics, Washington County

Thursday vote tally sees Washington County surpass average state turnout by 1.5%

Two ballots are dropped off in Forest Grove. Photo: Chas Hundley

Washington County voters have turned in 243,120 ballots as of 4:30 p.m. Thursday, October 29, according to the Washington County Elections office, which represents about 63.01% of eligible voters in the county.

Broken down by the four largest registered voting groups, as of the statewide county on Thursday morning (which does not reflect the more recently updated totals directly from Washington County), Washington County had 148,856 eligible Democrats, of which 106,040 have voted for a total turnout of 71.24%; 129,461 non-affiliated voters, of which 57,417 have voted, for a turnout of 44.35%, 83,893 Republicans; of which 50,714 have voted for a turnout of 60.45%, and 16,992 Independents, of which 10,055 have voted for a turnout of . . .

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