Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Oregon Special Election Results

  • PORTLAND, Ore. — Democrats will hold onto an Oregon congressional seat left vacant when David Wu resigned in a sex scandal. Democrat Suzanne Bonamici defeated Republican Rob Cornilles Tuesday night.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Ballots are due by 8 p.m. for voters in a special election in northwest Oregon to replace former Congressman David Wu. Election officials say theyll release the first results of voting at that time.
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  • Former Oregon state senator Suzanne Bonamici (D) won the special election to succeed former congressman David Wu (D-Ore.) on Tuesday, scoring a sizeable victory in the Portland-area 1st district.
  • (Washington Post)
  • Ballots for the February 14 special election are now available at the Clark which is still the second lowest in the county next to Woodland. Election results will be released around 8:15 p.m. Feb. 14.
  • (Oregonian)
  • 12525 Oregon Highway 202 • Clatskanie Library, 11 Lillich St., Clatskanie For more information contact the Clerk and Elections Office at (503) 325-8511 or go to the Clatsop County website, and click on Jan.
  • (Daily Astorian)
  • PORTLAND (AP) — Voters in northwest Oregon will learn who will represent them in Congress as a special election wraps in county-run drop boxes. And election officials say they'll release the first results at that time.
  • (East Oregonian)
  • In this all-mail election, all ballots had to be received by 8pm local time in order to be counted. In a break with the past, Oregon election officials hopefully mean well find out most of the results immediately.
  • ROMNEY RECAPTURES ELECTABILTY: A majority of Florida GOP voters said Romney is the candidate best able to beat Obama in a general election matchup EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: Floridas voters say they made up their minds early.
  • (Oregonian)
  • ASTORIA - Turnout for the Jan. 30 First Congressional District special election hit 47.8 Birkenfeld Fire Hall, 12525 Oregon Highway 202 · Clatskanie Library, 11 Lillich St.
  • (Seaside Signal)
  • In California, Oregon Its the results the politicians, their parties, and innumerable special interest groups care most about. This year, more than $4 billion will be spent on Congressional and gubernatorial races on the midterm election.
  • (American Reporter)

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