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2016 Oregon legislative election

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Oregon legislative elections, 2016

← 2014 November 8, 2016 (2016-11-08) 2018 →

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 53 (18 in Senate, 35 in House) 37 (12 Senate, 25 House)
Seats after 52 (17 in Senate, 35 in House) 38 (13 Senate, 25 House)
Seat change Decrease1
Decrease1 in Senate, Steady in House
Increase1
Increase1 in Senate, Steady in House

Oregon Voters' Pamphlet-2.jpeg
2016 General Election Voters' Pamphlet

The 2016 elections for the Oregon Legislative Assembly determined the composition of both houses for the 79th Oregon Legislative Assembly. The Republican and Democratic parties held primary elections on May 17, 2016 with general elections on November 8.

The Democratic Party maintained its 35-25 advantage in the Oregon House of Representatives while losing one seat in the Oregon State Senate to bring their advantage to 17-13 over the Republicans.

Oregon Senate

In the previous session, the Democrats held an 18-12 majority over the Republicans. The 16 seats up for election included 8 seats previously held by Republicans, and 8 by Democrats.

Open seats

Results

Affiliation Candidates Votes Vote % Seats Won Seats After
Democratic 14 472,564 50.95% 7 (Decrease1) 17
Republican 11 410,566 44.27% 9 (Increase1) 13
Libertarian 2 11,173 1.20% 0
Progressive 1 10,390 1.12% 0
Independent 1 9,114 0.98% 0
Others N/A 13,659 1.47% 0
Total 45 927,466 100% 16 30
District[6] Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
1 Republican Jeff Kruse
of Roseburg
Re-elected Republican Jeff Kruse 45,424 73.39%
Democratic Timm Rolek 16,365 26.44%
others 104 0.17%
2 Republican Herman Baertschiger Jr.
of Grants Pass
Re-elected Republican Herman Baertschiger Jr. 43,519 97.61%
others 1,064 2.39%
3 Democratic Kevin Talbert
of Ashland
Did not seek election, Republican gain Republican Alan DeBoer 32,925 50.20%
Democratic Tonia Moro 32,516 49.57%
others 152 0.23%
5 Democratic Arnie Roblan
of Coos Bay
Re-elected Democratic Arnie Roblan 30,301 48.18%
Republican Dick Anderson 29,944 47.61%
others 2,663 4.23%
9 Republican Fred Girod
of Stayton
Re-elected Republican Fred Girod 40,655 68.70%
Democratic Rich Harisay 15,901 26.87%
others 2,623 4.43%
12 Republican Brian Boquist
of Dallas
Re-elected Republican Brian Boquist 39,900 62.86%
Democratic Ross Schwartzendruber 23,437 36.92%
others 137 0.22%
14 Democratic Mark Hass
of Beaverton
Re-elected Democratic Mark Hass 44,338 97.21%
others 1,271 2.79%
18 Democratic Ginny Burdick
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Ginny Burdick 51,491 97.44%
others 1,353 2.56%
21 Democratic Diane Rosenbaum
of Portland
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Kathleen Taylor 54,520 76.70%
Progressive James Ofsink 10,390 14.62%
Libertarian Josh Howard 5,852 8.23%
others 322 0.45%
22 Democratic Chip Shields
of Portland
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Lew Frederick 60,803 91.55%
Libertarian Eugene Newell 5,321 8.01%
others 202 0.44%
23 Democratic Michael Dembrow
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Michael Dembrow 48,722 97.85%
others 1,071 2.15%
25 Democratic Laurie Monnes Anderson
of Gresham
Re-elected Democratic Laurie Monnes Anderson 25,339 55.07%
Republican Tamie Tlustos-Arnold 18,742 40.73%
others 1,930 4.19%
27 Republican Tim Knopp
of Bend
Re-elected Republican Tim Knopp 44,691 60.58%
Democratic Greg Delgado 28,933 39.22%
others 147 0.20%
28 Republican Doug Whitsett
of Klamath Falls
Retired, Republican hold Republican Dennis Linthicum 36,770 61.32%
Democratic Todd Kepple 22,906 38.20%
others 284 0.37%
29 Republican Bill Hansell
of Athena
Re-elected Republican Bill Hansell 37,785 80.27%
Independent Barbara Dickerson 9,114 19.36%
others 176 0.28%
30 Republican Ted Ferrioli
of John Day
Re-elected Republican Ted Ferrioli 40,211 70.10%
Democratic W. Mark Stringer 16,992 29.62%
others 160 0.74%

Oregon House of Representatives

Winning party by margin of victory
Winning party by margin of victory
Winning party by district
Winning party by district

All 60 seats of the Oregon House of Representatives were up for re-election, being represented by 35 Democrats and 25 Republicans. The Democrats expanded their 34-26 advantage to 35-25 in the 2014 election.

Open seats

Results

Affiliation Candidates Votes Vote % Seats Won
Democratic 52 882,897 50.23% 35
Republican 48 756,619 43.05% 25
Independent 9 58,563 3.33% 0
Libertarian 4 15,219 0.87% 0
Progressive 2 9,985 0.57% 0
Others N/A 26,714 1.52% 0
Total 178 1,757,603 100% 60
District[6] Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
1 Republican Wayne Krieger
of Gold Beach
Retired, Republican hold Republican David Brock Smith 20,212 59.79%
Democratic Terry Brayer 10,099 29.87%
Libertarian Tamie Kaufman 3,496 10.33%
others 45 0.13%
2 Republican Dallas Heard
of Roseburg
Re-elected Republican Dallas Heard 19,759 97.49%
others 509 2.51%
3 Republican Carl Wilson
of Grants Pass
Re-elected Republican Carl Wilson 21,957 72.39%
Democratic Tom Johnson 8,423 27.29%
others 99 0.32%
4 Republican Duane Stark
of Grants Pass
Re-elected Republican Duane Stark 21,957 98.33%
others 374 1.67%
5 Democratic Peter Buckley
of Ashland
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Pam Marsh 22,440 62.71%
Republican Steven Richie 13,254 37.04%
others 89 0.25%
6 Republican Sal Esquivel
of Medford
Re-elected Republican Sal Esquivel 15,931 56.48%
Democratic Mike Moran 12,196 43.24%
others 78 0.28%
7 Republican Cedric Ross Hayden
of Fall Creek
Re-elected Republican Cedric Ross Hayden 19,409 65.45%
Democratic Vincent Portulano 7,053 23.78%
Independent Fergus McLean 3,116 10.51%
others 76 0.26%
8 Democratic Paul Holvey
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Paul Holvey 23,886 69.20%
Republican Mary Tucker 9,150 26.51%
others 1,479 4.29%
9 Democratic Caddy McKeown
of Coos Bay
Re-elected Democratic Caddy McKeown 15,346 49.81%
Republican Teri Grier 14,240 46.22%
others 1,225 3.98%
10 Democratic David Gomberg
of Newport
Re-elected Democratic David Gomberg 17,499 56.24%
Republican Thomas Donohue 13,524 43.47%
others 91 0.29%
11 Democratic Phil Barnhart
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Phil Barnhart 17,298 53.12%
Republican Joe Potwora 15,194 46.66%
others 73 0.22%
12 Democratic John Lively
of Springfield
Re-elected Democratic John Lively 16,030 62.30%
Republican Robert Schwartz 9,606 37.33%
others 94 0.37%
13 Democratic Nancy Nathanson
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Nancy Nathanson 21,304 66.29%
Republican Laura Cooper 9,746 30.33%
others 1,088 3.39%
14 Democratic Val Hoyle
of Eugene
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Julie Fahey 16,039 51.76%
Republican Kathy Lamberg 14,886 48.03%
others 65 0.21%
15 Republican Andy Olson
of Albany
Re-elected Republican Andy Olson 25,175 82.84%
Progressive Cynthia Hyatt 5,051 16.62%
others 163 0.54%
16 Democratic Dan Rayfield
of Corvallis
Re-elected Democratic Dan Rayfield 17,921 58.05%
Republican Judson McClure 6,474 20.97%
Progressive Sami Al-AbadRabbuh 4,934 15.98%
others 1,542 4.99%
17 Republican Sherrie Sprenger
of Scio
Re-elected Republican Sherrie Sprenger 22,673 78.27%
Independent Jeffrey Goodwin 6,113 21.10%
others 182 0.63%
18 Republican Vic Gilliam
of Silverton
Re-elected Republican Vic Gilliam 19,250 64.74%
Democratic Tom Kane 9,565 32.17%
others 918 3.09%
19 Republican Jodi Hack
of Salem
Re-elected Republican Jodi Hack 17,805 60.87%
Democratic Larry Trott 11,337 38.76%
others 110 0.38%
20 Democratic Paul Evans
of Monmouth
Re-elected Democratic Paul Evans 17,408 52.92%
Republican Laura Morett 15,409 46.84%
others 77 0.23%
21 Democratic Brian Clem
of Salem
Re-elected Democratic Brian Clem 12,313 55.52%
Republican Doug Rodgers 8,338 37.60%
Independent Alvin Klausen 1,420 6.42%
others 106 0.48%
22 Democratic Betty Komp
of Woodburn
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Teresa Alonso Leon 9,604 55.27%
Republican Patti Milne 7,711 44.38%
others 61 0.35%
23 Republican Mike Nearman
of Independence
Re-elected Republican Mike Nearman 17,560 52.76%
Independent Jim Thompson 12,370 37.17%
Pacific Green Alex Polikoff 1,906 5.73%
others 1,448 4.35%
24 Republican Jim Weidner
of Yamhill
Retired, Republican hold Republican Ron Noble 17,065 54.91%
Democratic Ken Moore 13,953 44.89%
others 62 0.20%
25 Republican Bill Post
of Keizer
Re-elected Republican Bill Post 18,545 63.64%
Democratic Sharon Freeman 10,523 36.11%
others 71 0.24%
26 Republican John Davis
of Wilsonville
Retired, Republican hold Republican A. Richard Vial 18,704 54.82%
Democratic Ray Lister 15,365 45.02%
others 47 0.14%
27 Democratic Tobias Read
of Beaverton
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Sheri Malstrom 22,504 97.83%
others 500 2.17%
28 Democratic Jeff Barker
of Aloha
Re-elected Democratic Jeff Barker 17,107 64.07%
Republican Gary Carlson 9,481 35.51%
others 112 0.42%
29 Democratic Susan McLain
of Forest Grove
Re-elected Democratic Susan McLain 14,248 58.95%
Republican Juanita Lint 9,833 40.68%
others 90 0.37%
30 Democratic Joe Gallegos
of Hillsboro
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Janeen Sollman 15,336 52.22%
Republican Dan Mason 11,473 39.07%
Libertarian Kyle Markley 2,498 8.51%
others 61 0.21%
31 Democratic Brad Witt
of Clatskanie
Re-elected Democratic Brad Witt 24,658 80.55%
Libertarian Robert Miller 5,706 18.64%
others 248 0.81%
32 Democratic Deborah Boone
of Cannon Beach
Re-elected Democratic Deborah Boone 18,540 56.53%
Republican Bruce Bobek 14,157 43.17%
others 97 0.30%
33 Democratic Mitch Greenlick
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Mitch Greenlick 24,466 69.45%
Republican John Verbeek 10,686 30.33%
others 77 0.22%
34 Democratic Ken Helm
of Beaverton
Re-elected Democratic Ken Helm 18,606 65.13%
Independent Donald Hershiser 9,875 34.57%
others 86 0.30%
35 Democratic Margaret Doherty
of Tigard
Re-elected Democratic Margaret Doherty 19,609 62.32%
Independent Jessica Cousineau 11,752 37.35%
others 106 0.34%
36 Democratic Jennifer Williamson
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Jennifer Williamson 28,875 88.73%
Libertarian Amanda Burnham 3,519 10.81%
others 149 0.46%
37 Republican Julie Parrish
of West Linn
Re-elected Republican Julie Parrish 18,971 53.81%
Democratic Paul Southwick 15,393 43.66%
others 893 2.53%
38 Democratic Ann Lininger
of Lake Oswego
Re-elected Democratic Ann Lininger 26,675 69.69%
Republican Patrick De Klotz 11,533 30.13%
others 68 0.18%
39 Republican Bill Kennemer
of Oregon City
Re-elected Republican Bill Kennemer 22,160 64.82%
Democratic Charles Gallia 10,963 32.07%
others 1,062 3.11%
40 Democratic Brent Barton
of Gladstone
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Mark Meek 16,282 51.03%
Republican Evon Tekorius 13,829 43.34%
others 1,798 5.63%
41 Democratic Kathleen Taylor
of Portland
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Karin Power 24,589 71.35%
Republican Timothy E. McMenamin 9,799 28.43%
others 76 0.22%
42 Democratic Rob Nosse
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Rob Nosse 33,894 88.71%
Independent James Stubbs 2,459 6.44%
others 1,854 4.85%
43 Democratic Lew Frederick
of Portland
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Tawna Sanchez 31,052 98.55%
others 457 1.45%
44 Democratic Tina Kotek
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Tina Kotek 23,288 80.34%
Pacific Green Joe Rowe 5,700 19.50%
others 242 0.83%
45 Democratic Barbara Smith Warner
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Barbara Smith Warner 24,843 98.07%
others 488 1.93%
46 Democratic Alissa Keny-Guyer
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Alissa Keny-Guyer 23,366 97.95%
others 489 2.05%
47 Democratic Jessica Vega Pederson
of Portland
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Diego Hernandez 14,323 66.91%
Independent Michael Langley 7,025 32.82%
others 59 0.28%
48 Democratic Jeff Reardon
of Happy Valley
Re-elected Democratic Jeff Reardon 15,154 62.92%
Republican George (Sonny) Yellott 6,774 28.13%
others 2,155 8.95%
49 Democratic Chris Gorsek
of Troutdale
Re-elected Democratic Chris Gorsek 16,075 96.50%
others 583 3.50%
50 Democratic Carla Piluso
of Gresham
Re-elected Democratic Carla Piluso 11,840 50.25%
Republican Stella Armstrong 7,254 30.79%
Independent Michael Calcagno 4,433 18.82%
others 33 0.14%
51 Democratic Shemia Fagan
of Clackamas
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Janelle Bynum 14,310 50.85%
Republican Lori Chavez-Deremer 13,746 48.85%
others 86 0.31%
52 Republican Mark Johnson
of Hood River
Re-elected Republican Mark Johnson 17,582 55.47%
Democratic Mark Reynolds 14,047 44.32%
others 66 0.21%
53 Republican Gene Whisnant
of Sunriver
Re-elected Republican Gene Whisnant 24,425 67.45%
Democratic Michael Graham 11,727 32.38%
others 60 0.17%
54 Republican Knute Buehler
of Bend
Re-elected Republican Knute Buehler 19,352 51.92%
Democratic Gena Goodman-Campbell 17,804 47.77%
others 117 0.31%
55 Republican Mike McLane
of Powell Butte
Re-elected Republican Mike McLane 24,693 75.68%
Democratic Brie Malarkey 7,857 24.08%
others 77 0.24%
56 Republican Gail Whitsett
of Klamath Falls
Retired, Republican hold Republican E. Werner Reschke 13,164 48.70%
Democratic Al Switzer 10,882 40.26%
Jonah Hakanson 2,918 10.80%
others 66 0.24%
57 Republican Greg Smith
of Heppner
Re-elected Republican Greg Smith 17,432 98.74%
others 222 1.26%
58 Republican Greg Barreto
of Cove
Re-elected Republican Greg Barreto 23,010 97.29%
others 642 2.71%
59 Republican John Huffman
of The Dalles
Re-elected Republican John Huffman 21,392 70.24%
Democratic Tyler Gabriel 8,982 29.49%
others 81 0.27%
60 Republican Cliff Bentz
of Ontario
Re-elected Republican Cliff Bentz 22,339 98.14%
others 424 1.86%

Maps

See also

References

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