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Live Election Results starting at 8 p.m.

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It's Primary Election Night in Oregon, and we're breaking down the local and statewide races that are important to watch with ballots flowing in until 8 p.m. on Tuesday.

The May election features several competitive races. The governor’s race is one of them.

It’s heating up among the Republican opponents of incumbent democrat Kate Brown. Each has a different level of support for President Donald Trump and different views on policies like gun ownership and abortion.

READ MORE | Front-runners emerge in packed GOP race for Oregon governor

READ MORE | Oregon Primary: Dems hopeful, GOP chooses gubernatorial candidate

The first round of results will come out around the same time ballots close at 8 p.m., and there are plenty of races to keep an eye on.

[UPDATED: 4:00 a.m.]

Race for Governor

Democratic Primary

Kate Brown (Incumbent) | 81.28%

Ed Jones | 8.83%

Candace Neville | 7.61%

Republican Primary

Knute Beuhler | 46.99%

Sam Carpenter | 29.17%

Greg Woolridge | 18.65%


U.S. Congress

U.S. House District 2

Democrats

Eric Burnette | 4.60%

Michael Byrne | 4.29%

Tim S. White | 5.86%

Raz Mason | 5.31%

Jamie McLeod Skinner | 42.76%

James (Jim) Crary | 11.45%

Jennifer (Jenni) Neahring | 23.67%

Republicans

Greg Walden | 77.42%

Paul J Romero Jr. | 16.36%

Randy Pollock | 5.91%

U.S. House District 4

Democrats

Peter DeFazio | 91.45%

Daniel Arcangel | 7.72%

Republicans

Jo Rae Perkins | 20.76%

Court Boice | 23.69%

Stefan G. Strek | 3.36%

Arthur B. Robinson | 45.47%

Michael Polen | 5.95%

Oregon Congress


Oregon House District 2

Republicans

Dallas L. Heard | 49.71%

Gary Leif | 49.52 %

Oregon House District 6

Democrats

Michelle Blum Atkinson | 85.07%

Rick Schreffler | 13.79 %

Oregon Senate District 3

Democrats

Julian Bell | 6.37 %

Athena Goldberg | 36.32 %

Jeff Golden | 51.18%

Kevin Stine | 5.59%

Republicans

Curt Ankerberg | 47.41 %

Jessica L. Gomez | 52.15%


Local Elections


Jackson County:

Local Measures:

Measure 15-175 Medford School District 549C Bonds | Yes: 47.89 % No: 52.11 %

Jacksonville approves surcharge for Police Protection Fund.

Jackson County Commissioner, Position 1 candidates:

Rick Dyer | 99.00 %

Amy Thuren| 98.59 %

Jackson County Commissioner, Position 3 candidates:

Colleen Roberts | 98.87 %

Lanita C. Witt| 98.72 %

Josephine County:

Local Measures:

Measure 17-84 Grants Pass School District #7 | Yes: 46.02% No: 53.98%

Josephine County Commissioner, Position 1 candidates:

Ken Hannum | 12.41%

Mayana Kingery | 9.37%

Ron Smith | 19.04%

Donald F. Myrick, Jr. | 15.69%

Pete Gendron | 6.06%

Tripp Androy | 5.44%

Darin Fowler | 22.01%

James Rafferty | 9.65%

Legal Council

Wally Hicks | 97.62%

Klamath County

Local Measures:

9-117 La Pine Rural Fire Protection District Renews for 5 Years Operations Levy for the Fire District | Yes: 91.78 % No: 8.22%

18-109 Central Cascades Fire & EMS Five-year Local Option Tax For Operations | Yes: 54.55% No: 45.45%

Klamath County County Commissioner, Position 2 candidate:

Kelley Minty Morris | 95.06%

Curry County

Local Measures:

City of Brookings Reauthorization of Local Tax on Motor Vehicle Sales| Yes: 82.11% No: 17.89%

Curry County Commissioner, Position 1

Christopher Paasch | 46.47%

Andre Bay | 4.07%

Jan Barbas | 19.99%

Jeri Lynn Thompson | 28.82%

Lake County

Lake County Commissioner, Position 2

Charles L Brown | 5.91 %

James Williams | 40.64 %

Bruce Webbon | 41.40%

Michael Kurt Stettler | 11.72%

Lake County Commissioner, Position 3

Mark Albertson | 57.63%

Ken Kestner | 42.11%

Lake County Surveyor

Darryl Anderson | 96.79%

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