Marion County Elections has released the first results for today’s primary election. A couple of items of interest:
- 5th District Congress Republican primary – Amy Courser with 51%, easily ahead.
- Measure 24-444 Hubbard FD local option tax levy passing 60%-40%
Full report here below. Next results about 11pm.
Cumulative – no PCPs-5-19-2020 8 PM
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of ballot drop sites in Marion County has been reduced. Here’s the list of ballot drop sites in the north end of the County and their status:
- Donald City Hall – Temporarily Closed
- Gervais City Hall – Temporarily Closed
- Hubbard City Hall – Temporarily Closed
- Mt. Angel Public Library – Curbside Dropoff
- Silverton – Curbside Dropoff
- St. Paul – US Bank branch – Temporarily Closed
- Woodburn Public Library – Curbside Dropoff
The link to a single signature recall petition form filed by the Chairman of the ORP is now available. Registered Oregon voters may print out, sign and return the form by mail.
Please follow the instructions closely. Do not fill in the page number. Mail the form back to the Chief Petitioner’s address shown on the form.
If you want 10 line forms to circulate, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address and how many you want and they will be mailed out.
Download the petition form here. petition
Marion County has released the unofficial final results of the May 21, 2019 Special Election. Voters selected school board and fire protection district board members, and voted on several measures. Measure 24-438, which would levy additional taxes to fund the Aurora Fire Protection District, is passing by a wide margin 531-395. Voters in Detroit/Idanha and Jefferson also approved levies for their fire Departments.
Full election results are on our Elections page.