The official ballot drop site in Banks in 2020. Photo: Chas Hundley
Tuesday night’s election ended at 8 p.m. with 91,150 Washington County residents casting a ballot, or 23.69% of registered voters. Statewide, that percentage was 25.73%, according to the Oregon Secretary of State website.
Voters in the Banks area made choices on who will represent their interests on the Banks Fire District Board, the Banks School Board, the Portland Community College Board, and in some areas, the Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Board.
Few races offered surprises, though on the Banks Fire Board, one incumbent — Matt Pihl in Position 1 — was unseated by challenger John Wren. Pihl also holds elected office on the Tualatin . . .
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