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2014 Oregon legislative election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Oregon legislative elections, 2014

← 2012 November 4, 2014 (2014-11-04) 2016 →

16 seats of the Oregon State Senate and 60 seats of the Oregon House of Representatives
  Majority party Minority party
 
Party Democratic Republican
Seats before 50 (16 in Senate, 34 in House) 40 (14 Senate, 26 House)
Seats after 53 (18 in Senate, 35 in House) 37 (12 Senate, 25 House)
Seat change Increase3
Increase2 in Senate, Increase1 in House
Decrease3
Decrease2 in Senate, Decrease1 in House

The 2014 elections for the Oregon Legislative Assembly determined the composition of both houses of the state legislature for the 78th Oregon Legislative Assembly (2015–2016 term).[1] The Republican and Democratic primary elections were held on May 20, 2014 with the general election following on November 4, 2014.

The Democratic Party increased its 16-14 majority in the Senate to a supermajority of 18–12. In the House, the Democrats added one more seat and now holds a 35-25 majority.

Oregon State Senate

Oregon State Senate elections, 2014

← 2012 November 4, 2014 (2014-11-04) 2016 →

16 seats of the Oregon State Senate
  Majority party Minority party
 
Party Democratic Republican
Seats before 16 14
Seats after 18 12
Seat change Increase2 Decrease2
Popular vote 407,044 247,687
Percentage 58.5% 35.6%

16 of the State Senate's 30 seats were up for re-election in 2014.[2] Democrats held a 16–14 majority in the 2012 legislative election.

Open seats

Results

Oregon State Senate elections, 2014
General election — November 4, 2014
Party Votes Percentage Seats won Seats contested
Democratic 407,044 58.53% 12 15
Republican 247,687 35.62% 4 11
Libertarian 18,916 2.72% 0 5
American Independent 6,603 0.95% 0 1
Constitution 2,426 0.35% 0 1
Green 1,917 0.28% 0 1
Others 10,849 1.56% 0
Valid votes 695,442 85.23%
Invalid votes 120,486 14.77%
Total ballots returned[4] 815,928 100.00% 16 34
Voter turnout 70.73% (Registered Voters)

The official results are:[5]

District Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
3 Democratic Alan Bates
of Ashland
Re-elected Democratic Alan Bates 27,678 51.9%
Republican Dave Dotterer 23,700 44.5%
others 1,917 3.6%
4 Democratic Floyd Prozanski
of S. Lane/N. Douglas counties
Re-elected Democratic Floyd Prozanski 30,601 57.8%
Republican Cheryl Mueller 20,119 38.0%
others 2,186 4.1%
6 Democratic Lee Beyer
of Springfield
Re-elected Democratic Lee Beyer 26,080 58.9%
Republican Michael P. Spasaro 17,999 40.7%
others 165 0.4%
7 Democratic Chris Edwards
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Chris Edwards 30,550 95.0%
others 1,607 5.0%
8 Republican Betsy Close
of Albany
Lost election to full term Republican Betsy Close 21,922 43.8%
Democratic Sara Gelser 27,826 55.7%
others 250 0.5%
10 Republican Jackie Winters
of Salem
Re-elected Republican Jackie Winters 38,129 86.6%
others 5,912 13.4%
11 Democratic Peter Courtney
of Salem
Re-elected Democratic Peter Courtney 16,179 54.3%
Republican Patricia Milne 13,442 45.1%
others 178 0.6%
13 Republican Larry George
of Hillsboro
Retiring[3] Republican Kim Thatcher 27,638 58.5%
Democratic Ryan Howard 19,434 41.2%
others 136 0.3%
15 Republican Bruce Starr
of Hillsboro
Lost re-election Republican Bruce Starr 17,689 45.0%
Democratic Chuck Riley 18,156 45.7%
others 3,709 9.3%
16 Democratic Betsy Johnson
of Scappoose
Re-elected Democratic Betsy Johnson 34,324 70.0%
others 14,682 30.0%
17 Democratic Elizabeth Steiner Hayward
of Multnomah County
Elected to full term Democratic Elizabeth Steiner Hayward 30,677 65.9%
Republican John Verbeek 15,697 33.7%
others 201 0.4%
19 Democratic Richard Devlin
of Tualatin
Re-elected Democratic Richard Devlin 39,529 96.0%
others 1,626 4.0%
20 Republican Alan Olsen
of Canby
Re-elected Republican Alan Olsen 26,750 52.6%
Democratic Jamie Damon 23,930 47.0%
others 199 0.4%
23 Democratic Michael Dembrow
of Portland
Elected to full term Democratic Michael Dembrow 40,948 86.3%
others 6,516 13.7%
24 Democratic Rod Monroe
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Rod Monroe 22,491 95.1%
others 1,155 4.9%
26 Republican Chuck Thomsen
of Hood River
Re-elected Republican Chuck Thomsen 24,422 56.5%
Democratic Robert R. Bruce 18,641 43.1%
others 183 0.4%

Oregon House of Representatives

Oregon House of Representatives elections, 2014

← 2012 November 4, 2014 (2014-11-04) 2016 →

60 seats of the Oregon House of Representatives
  Majority party Minority party
 
Party Democratic Republican
Seats before 34 26
Seats after 35 25
Seat change Increase1 Decrease1
Popular vote 659,903 572,673
Percentage 50.9% 44.2%

All 60 seats in the State House of Representatives were up for re-election in 2014. Democrats took a 34-26 majority in the 2012 elections after they picked up a net of four seats.

Open seats

Results

District[21] Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
1 Republican Wayne Krieger
of Gold Beach
Re-elected Republican Wayne Krieger 18,891 69.9%
Democratic Jim Klahr 8,004 29.6%
others 117 0.4%
2 Republican Tim Freeman
of Roseburg
Retiring[6] Republican Dallas Heard 13,337 62.7%
Democratic Kerry Atherton 6,676 31.4%
others 1,271 6.0%
3 Republican Wally Hicks
of Grants Pass
Retiring[7] Republican Carl Wilson 15,765 64.1%
Democratic Tom Johnson 6,478 26.4%
others 2,339 9.5%
4 Republican Dennis Richardson
of Central Point
Retiring[8] Republican Duane Stark 15,571 68.5%
Democratic Darlene Taylor 7,063 31.1%
others 87 0.4%
5 Democratic Peter Buckley
of Ashland
Re-elected Democratic Peter Buckley 18,942 64.1%
Republican Nick Card 10,557 35.7%
others 52 0.2%
6 Republican Sal Esquivel
of Medford
Re-elected Republican Sal Esquivel 15,329 95.9%
others 661 4.1%
7 Republican Bruce Hanna
of Roseburg
Retiring[9] Republican Cedric Ross Hayden 16,725 79.7%
others 4,261 20.3%
8 Democratic Paul Holvey
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Paul Holvey 19,202 96.6%
others 674 3.4%
9 Democratic Caddy McKeown
of Coos Bay
Re-elected Democratic Caddy McKeown 13,746 57.7%
Republican Casey Runyan 8,983 37.7%
others 1,099 4.6%
10 Democratic David Gomberg
of Newport
Re-elected Democratic David Gomberg 16,681 96.9%
others 545 3.1%
11 Democratic Phil Barnhart
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Phil Barnhart 13,522 52.6%
Republican Andy Petersen 12,090 47.1%
others 77 0.3%
12 Democratic John Lively
of Springfield
Re-elected Democratic John Lively 12,445 64.3%
Republican Christopher P. Gergen 6,823 35.3%
others 78 0.4%
13 Democratic Nancy Nathanson
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Nancy Nathanson 16,854 69.2%
Republican Laura D. Cooper 7,408 30,4%
others 104 0.4%
14 Democratic Val Hoyle
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Val Hoyle 12,370 55.6%
Republican Kathy Lamberg 9,769 43.9%
others 94 0.4%
15 Republican Andy Olson
of Albany
Re-elected Republican Andy Olson 19,048 97.7%
others 451 2.3%
16 Democratic Sara Gelser
of Corvallis
Retiring[10] Democratic Dan Rayfield 16,797 72.1%
Republican Jacob D. Vandever 6,379 27.4%
others 113 0.5%
17 Republican Sherrie Sprenger
of Scio
Re-elected Republican Sherrie Sprenger 16,683 73.7%
Democratic Rich Harisay 5,845 25.8%
others 113 0.5%
18 Republican Vic Gilliam
of Silverton
Re-elected Republican Vic Gilliam 15,129 65.6%
Democratic Scott A. Mills 7,801 33.8%
others 123 0.5%
19 Republican Kevin Cameron
of Salem
Retiring[11] Republican Jodi L. Hack 12,664 57.0%
Democratic Bill Dalton 9,522 42.8%
others 50 0.2%
20 Republican Vicki Berger
of Salem
Retiring[12] Republican Kathy B. Goss 11,656 48.1%
Democratic Paul Evans 12,400 51.2%
others 165 0.7%
21 Democratic Brian Clem
of Salem
Re-elected Democratic Brian Clem 10,527 63.7%
Republican Beverly J. Wright 5,865 35.5%
others 121 0.7%
22 Democratic Betty Komp
of Woodburn
Re-elected Democratic Betty Komp 6,523 52.5%
Republican Matt Geiger 5,329 42.9%
others 583 4.7%
23 Republican Jim Thompson
of Dallas
Lost in primary[13] Republican Mike Nearman 14,474 52.8%
Democratic Wanda Davis 9,891 36.1%
others 3,066 11.2%
24 Republican Jim Weidner
of Yamhill
Re-elected Republican Jim Weidner 12,083 51.1%
Democratic Ken Moore 10,845 45.9%
others 708 3.0%
25 Republican Kim Thatcher
of Keizer
Retiring[10] Republican Bill Post 12,555 54.8%
Independent Party (US) Chuck Lee 9,574 43.3%
others 765 1.9%
26 Republican John Davis
of Wilsonville
Re-elected Republican John Davis 13,546 57,8%
Democratic Eric D. Squires 8,811 37.6%
others 1,059 4.5%
27 Democratic Tobias Read
of Beaverton
Re-elected Democratic Tobias Read 17,621 80.8%
others 4,178 19.2%
28 Democratic Jeff Barker
of Aloha
Re-elected Democratic Jeff Barker 14,582 80.7%
others 3,495 19.3%
29 Democratic Ben Unger
of Hillsboro
Retiring[14] Democratic Susan McLain 9,751 53.7%
Republican Mark Richman 8,321 45.9%
others 73 0.4%
30 Democratic Joe Gallegos
of Hillsboro
Re-elected Democratic Joe Gallegos 10,426 50.0%
Republican Dan Mason 8,518 40.8%
others 1,910 9.2%
31 Democratic Brad Witt
of Clatskanie
Re-elected Democratic Brad Witt 13,633 54.4%
Republican Larry Ericksen 10,224 40.8%
others 1,192 4.7%
32 Democratic Deborah Boone
of Cannon Beach
Re-elected Democratic Deborah Boone 14,831 60.2%
Republican Rick Rose 9,677 39.3%
others 119 0.5%
33 Democratic Mitch Greenlick
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Mitch Greenlick 19,413 81.7%
others 4,353 18.3%
34 Democratic Chris Harker
of Beaverton
Retiring[15] Democratic Ken Helm 13,475 66.1%
Republican Brenden King 6,807 33.4%
others 108 0.5%
35 Democratic Margaret Doherty
of Tigard
Re-elected Democratic Margaret Doherty 18,334 81.1%
others 4,263 18.3%
36 Democratic Jennifer Williamson
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Jennifer Williamson 21,626 85.0%
others 3,804 15.0%
37 Republican Julie Parrish
of West Linn
Re-elected Republican Julie Parrish 14,828 56.4%
Democratic Gerritt Rosenthal 11,365 43.3%
others 78 0.3%
38 Democratic Ann Lininger
of Lake Oswego
Elected to full term Democratic Ann Lininger 20,405 96.4%
others 757 3.6%
39 Republican Bill Kennemer
of Oregon City
Re-elected Republican Bill Kennemer 20,041 96.7%
others 689 3.3%
40 Democratic Brent Barton
of Gladstone
Re-elected Democratic Brent Barton 12,994 53.7%
Republican Steve Newgard 11,059 45.7%
others 126 0.5%
41 Democratic Carolyn Tomei
of Milwaukie
Retiring[16] Democratic Kathleen Taylor 18,845 70.5%
Republican Timothy E. McMenamin 7,774 29.5%
others 117 0.4%
42 Democratic Rob Nosse
of Portland
Elected to a full term Democratic Rob Nosse 26,321 90.6%
others 2,718 9.4%
43 Democratic Lew Frederick
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Lew Frederick 21,553 97.5%
others 561 2.5%
44 Democratic Tina Kotek
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Tina Kotek 19,760 85.5%
Republican Michael Harrington 3,151 13.6%
others 193 0.8%
45 Democratic Barbara Smith Warner
of Portland
Elected to full term Democratic Barbara Smith Warner 18,707 96.9%
others 604 3.1%
46 Democratic Alissa Keny-Guyer
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Alissa Keny-Guyer 17,930 96.8%
others 598 3.2%
47 Democratic Jessica Vega Pederson
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Jessica Vega Pederson 10,379 95.4%
others 505 4.6%
48 Democratic Jeff Reardon
of Happy Valley
Re-elected Democratic Jeff Reardon 10,738 67.2%
Republican George (Sonny) Yellott 5,101 31.9%
others 142 0.9%
49 Democratic Chris Gorsek
of Troutdale
Re-elected Democratic Chris Gorsek 9,527 60.4%
Republican Bill Beckers 6,141 38.9%
others 107 0.7%
50 Democratic Greg Matthews
of Gresham
Retiring[18] Democratic Carla Piluso 9,613 54.8%
Republican Dan Chriestenson 7,847 44.7%
others 97 0.6%
51 Democratic Shemia Fagan
of Clackamas
Re-elected Democratic Shemia Fagan 10,518 52.4%
Republican Jodi Bailey 9,450 47.1%
others 96 0.5%
52 Republican Mark Johnson
of Hood River
Re-elected Republican Mark Johnson 13,014 54.4%
Democratic Stephanie Nystrom 10,839 45.3%
others 72 0.3%
53 Republican Gene Whisnant
of Sunriver
Re-elected Republican Gene Whisnant 20,173 97.7%
others 482 2.3%
54 Republican Jason Conger
of Bend
Retiring[19] Republican Knute Buehler 15,348 58.2%
Democratic Craig Wilhelm 10,876 41.3%
others 134 0.5%
55 Republican Mike McLane
of Powell Butte
Re-elected Republican Mike McLane 17,689 72.4%
Democratic Richard Phay 5,369 22.0%
others 1,380 5.6%
56 Republican Gail Whitsett
of Klamath Falls
Re-elected Republican Gail Whitsett 16,252 97.2%
others 462 2.8%
57 Republican Greg Smith
of Heppner
Re-elected Republican Greg Smith 12,637 98.3%
others 223 1.7%
58 Republican Bob Jenson
of Pendleton
Retiring[20] Republican Greg Barreto 16,728 73.2%
Democratic Heidi Van Schoonhoven 5,667 24.8%
others 461 2.0%
59 Republican John Huffman
of The Dalles
Re-elected Republican John Huffman 18,325 98.1%
others 347 1.9%
60 Republican Cliff Bentz
of Ontario
Re-elected Republican Cliff Bentz 16,909 82.0%
Democratic Peter W. Hall 3,662 17.8%
others 53 0.3%

See also

References

  1. ^ Gaston, Christian (March 13, 2014). "2014 Oregon election will focus on suburban House seats, with turnout the key". The Oregonian. Retrieved 2014-05-06.
  2. ^ "Candidate Filing Search Results". Oregon Secretary of State. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  3. ^ a b Gaston, Christian (December 17, 2013). "Larry George, key 'grand bargain' negotiator, won't seek re-election to Oregon Senate". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  4. ^ "Voter Turnout - Oregon - General Election 2014".
  5. ^ http://records.sos.state.or.us/ORSOSWebDrawer/RecordView/6873735
  6. ^ a b "Freeman wins Douglas County commissioner seat in primary". NRToday.com. May 21, 2014. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  7. ^ a b Gaston, Christian (January 20, 2014). "Josephine County Rep. Wally Hicks won't seek another term in Oregon Legislature". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  8. ^ a b Esteve, Harry (May 20, 2014). "Dennis Richardson wins GOP governor primary, will face Democrat John Kitzhaber". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  9. ^ a b Mapes, Jeff (September 20, 2013). "Bruce Hanna decides not to run for re-election -- or, for now, another seat: Oregon politics today". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  10. ^ a b c d "Oregon primary election results 2014: Oregon Legislature". The Oregonian. May 21, 2014. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  11. ^ a b Staver, Anna (May 20, 2014). "Rep. Kevin Cameron named new Marion County commissioner". Salem Statesman-Journal. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  12. ^ a b Gaston, Christian (October 23, 2013). "Vicki Berger won't seek re-election to Salem Oregon House seat". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  13. ^ a b Zheng, Yuxing (May 20, 2014). "Jim Thompson loses House seat in GOP face-off against Mike Nearman". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  14. ^ a b Gaston, Christian (March 11, 2014). "Susan McLain will run for Oregon House, replacing Rep. Ben Unger on ballot". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  15. ^ a b Brettman, Allan (October 26, 2013). "State Rep. Chris Harker, D-Beaverton, announces he will not seek re-election in 2014". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  16. ^ a b Esteve, Harry (March 7, 2014). "Rep. Carolyn Tomei, Milwaukie Democrat, won't run for re-election". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  17. ^ Binder, Melissa (May 20, 2014). "Multnomah County District 1: Jules Bailey defeats Brian Wilson". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  18. ^ a b Gaston, Christian (March 7, 2014). "Gresham Rep. Greg Matthews won't seek reelection to Oregon House". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  19. ^ a b Mapes, Jeff (May 20, 2014). "Monica Wehby defeats Jason Conger in GOP Senate primary, focuses on Jeff Merkley". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  20. ^ a b Zheng, Yuxing (May 20, 2014). "Greg Barreto defeats John Turner in northeast Oregon House GOP primary". The Oregonian. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
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