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2018 General Election results – 98 percent tallied

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2018 General Election results for Lincoln County from the Lincoln County Clerk Dana Jenkins.

Approximately 98 percent of the votes are in.

Here are the results as of 11:30 p.m. 

Total Number of Votes: 24,152
Approximate % Counted: 98.00%

Turnout: 68.36%

United States Representative in Congress, 5th District
  • Mark Callahan – Republican
  • Dan Souza – Libertarian
  • Marvin Sandnes – Pacific Green
  • Kurt Schrader – Democrat, Independent
  • 8730
  • 434
  • 455
  • 13946
Governor
  • Aaron Auer – Constitution
  • Nick Chen – Libertarian
  • Kate Brown – Democrat, Working Families
  • Knute Buehler – Republican
  • Patrick Starnes – Independent
  • Chris Henry – Progressive
  • 294
  • 382
  • 12367
  • 9738
  • 803
  • 157
State Representative, 9th District
  • Teri Grier – Republican, Independent, Libertarian
  • Caddy McKeown – Democrat
  • 133
  • 440
State Representative, 10th District
  • David Gomberg – Democrat, Independent, Working Families
  • Thomas M Donohue – Republican
  • 13895
  • 8860
Judge of the Supreme Court, Position 5
  • Adrienne Nelson – Incumbent
  • 14939
Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 2
  • Bronson D James – Incumbent
  • 13870
Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 4
  • Robyn Ridler Aoyagi – Incumbent
  • 14233
Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 7
  • Steven R Powers – Incumbent
  • 14054
Judge of the Oregon Tax Court
  • Robert Manicke – Incumbent
  • 13951
Lincoln County Commissioner, Position 1
  • Virginia (Jenny) Demaris
  • Doug Hunt
  • 9967
  • 10680
Lincoln County Clerk
  • Dana W Jenkins
  • 16340
Lincoln County Treasurer
  • Jayne Welch
  • Rob McAfee
  • 12464
  • 6672
City of Depoe Bay Mayor
  • Robert Gambino
  • 612
City of Depoe Bay Council Member, Position 4
  • Jerome D Grant
  • 512
City of Depoe Bay Council Member, Position 5
  • Kathy M Short
  • 573
City of Depoe Bay Council Member, Position 6
  • Barbara Leff
  • 602
City of Lincoln City Mayor
  • Dick Anderson
  • Susan Wahlke
  • David Dahle
  • 1394
  • 1374
  • 1149
City of Lincoln City Council Member, Ward I
  • Mitch Parsons
  • 853
City of Lincoln City Council Member, Ward II
  • Nancy Oksenholt
  • Diane Kusz
  • (Capt) Jack Sparrow
  • 376
  • 632
  • 210
City of Lincoln City Council Member, Ward III
  • Larry Armstrong
  • Rick Mark
  • Mike Holt
  • Warren C Halcott
  • 210
  • 514
  • 270
  • 75
City of Newport Mayor
  • Dietmar Goebel
  • Dean Sawyer
  • 1931
  • 2392
City of Newport Council Members (vote for three)
  • David N Allen
  • Ryan Parker
  • Jason D Nehmer
  • CM Hall
  • 2834
  • 2674
  • 2161
  • 2444
City of Siletz Mayor
  • Willie Worman
  • John L Mosier
  • 296
  • 89
City of Siletz Council Member, Position 1
  • Jeff Clark
  • 194
City of Siletz Council Member, Position 4
  • Gail Freer
  • Leslie Button
  • 159
  • 171
City of Toledo Mayor
  • Rod Cross
  • Billie Jo Smith
  • 773
  • 483
City of Toledo Council Members (vote for three)
  • Michele Johnson
  • Heather Jukich
  • Betty Kamikawa
  • Terri L Strom
  • Bill Dalbey
  • 503
  • 686
  • 813
  • 497
  • 695
City of Waldport Mayor
  • Dann Cutter
  • 797
City of Waldport Council Members (vote for three)
  • Susan Woodruff
  • Mark Campbell
  • Paul A Virtue, Sr
  • 715
  • 601
  • 576
City of Waldport Council Member (unexpired term-vote for one)
  • Cyndi Karp
  • Greg Holland
  • 364
  • 548
City of Yachats Mayor
  • Ann Stott
  • W John Moore
  • 221
  • 302
City of Yachats Council Members (vote for two)
  • Derek Ojeda
  • James Kerti
  • Barbara E Frye
  • Leslie Vaaler
  • 118
  • 278
  • 227
  • 278
Lincoln County Soil and Water Conservation District, Zone 1
  • Jim Stafford
  • 13733
Lincoln County Soil and Water Conservation District, Zone 2
  • Alan Fujishin
  • 13447
Lincoln County Soil and Water Conservation District, Zone 4
  • No Candidate Filed
Lincoln County Soil and Water Conservation District, Zone 5
  • Tom Wiley
  • 13218
Lincoln County Soil and Water Conservation District, At Large (2)
  • No Candidate Filed
Central Lincoln People’s Utility District, Subdivision 1
  • Ronald Benfield
  • Paul Davies
  • 1426
  • 2043
Central Lincoln People’s Utility District, Subdivision 2
  • Jim Chambers
  • Alma Baxter
  • 2597
  • 1297
Southwest Lincoln County Water People’s Utility District, Subdivision 1
  • Robert Whitson
  • 50
Southwest Lincoln County Water People’s Utility District, Subdivision 2
  • Bill Turner
  • 104
Southwest Lincoln County Water People’s Utility District, Subdivision 3
  • Gary V Hodges
  • 108
Southwest Lincoln County Water People’s Utility District, Subdivision 4
  • No Candidate Filed
Southwest Lincoln County Water People’s Utility District, Subdivision 5
  • Donald Tucker
  • 136
Measure 102 – Amends Constitution: Allows local bonds for financing affordable housing with nongovernmental entities. Requires voter approval, annual audits.
  • Yes
  • No
  • 12832
  • 10422
Measure 103 – Amends Constitution: Prohibits taxes/fees based on transactions for “groceries” (defined) enacted or amended after September 2017
  • Yes
  • No
  • 10591
  • 13094
Measure 104 – Amends Constitution: Expands (beyond taxes) application of requirement that three-fifths legislative majority approve bills raising revenue
  • Yes
  • No
  • 7312
  • 15816
Measure 105 – – Repeals law limiting use of state/local law enforcement resources to enforce federal immigration laws
  • Yes
  • No
  • 8478
  • 15068
Measure 106 – Amends Constitution: Prohibits spending “public funds” (defined) directly/indirectly for “abortion” (defined); exceptions; reduces abortion access
  • Yes
  • No
  • 7684
  • 15981
Measure 21-189 – County of Lincoln – Proposed by Initiative Petition – Lincoln County Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance
  • Yes
  • No
  • 8532
  • 14380
Measure 21-190 – Depoe Bay Rural Fire Protection District – Five year local option levy to maintain and hire firefighters
  • Yes
  • No
  • 1372
  • 1150
Measure 21-191 – Seal Rock Rural Fire Protection District – Five-year Local Option Levy to Hire Firefighters
  • Yes
  • No
  • 809
  • 844
Measure 21-188 – Toledo Rural Fire Protection District – Authorizes General Obligation Bond to Improve Service Delivery
  • Yes
  • No
  • 395
  • 693

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