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2018 Oregon legislative election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2018 Oregon legislative elections

← 2016 November 6, 2018 (2018-11-06)

17 seats in the Oregon State Senate and 60 seats in the Oregon House of Representatives
  Majority party Minority party
 
Party Democratic Republican
Seats before 52
(17 in Senate,
35 in House)
38
(13 in Senate,
25 in House)
Seats after 56
(18 in Senate,
38 in House)
34
(12 in Senate,
22 in House)
Seat change Increase4
Increase1 in Senate
Increase3 in House
Decrease4
Decrease1 in Senate
Decrease3 in House

Oregon State House 2018.png
Results by district

The 2018 elections for the Oregon Legislative Assembly determined the composition of both houses for the 80th Oregon Legislative Assembly. The Republican and Democratic parties held primary elections on May 15, 2018 with general elections on November 6, 2018.

As a result of the elections, the Democratic Party expanded its advantage in both houses of the state legislature. The party gained one seat in the Oregon State Senate and three seats in the Oregon House of Representatives, bringing its advantage over the Republican Party to 18-12 and 38-22, respectively. These gains gave the Democratic Party a 3/5 (or 60%) supermajority in both chambers for the 80th Oregon Legislative Assembly.[1]

Oregon Senate

2018 Oregon State Senate elections

← 2016 November 6, 2018 (2018-11-06) 2020 →

17 seats of the Oregon State Senate
  Majority party Minority party
 
Party Democratic Republican
Seats before 17 13
Seats after 18 12
Seat change Increase1 Decrease1
Popular vote 564,247 367,063
Percentage 59.23% 38.53%
Swing Increase8.28% Decrease5.74%

The 30 members of the Oregon State Senate are elected to four-year terms, and only half of those seats (15) are up for election every two years. In addition to these 15 regular elections, there were two special elections to determine who would complete the four-year terms of Senators that were replaced during the first half of their term. These 17 seats up for election were represented by 10 Democrats and 7 Republicans. The Democrats decreased their advantage over Republicans from 18-12 to 17-13 in the 2016 election.

Open seat

Results

Affiliation Candidates Votes Vote % Seats Won Seats After
Democratic 17 564,247 59.23% 11 18 (Increase1)
Republican 13 367,063 38.53% 6 12 (Decrease1)
Constitution Party 1 10,637 1.12% 0 0
Libertarian 3 4,126 0.43% 0 0
Others N/A 6,596 0.69% 0 0
Total 34 952,669 100% 17 30
District[3] Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
1
(Special)[a]
Republican Dallas Heard
of Roseburg
Re-elected Republican Dallas Heard 37,901 64.23%
Democratic Shannon Souza 21,012 35.61%
others 97 0.16%
3 Republican Alan DeBoer
of Ashland
Retired, Democratic gain Democratic Jeff Golden 35,834 55.15%
Republican Jessica Gomez 29,065 44.73%
others 75 0.12%
4 Democratic Floyd Prozanski
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Floyd Prozanski 38,623 59.15%
Republican Scott Rohter 25,031 38.33%
Libertarian Frank Lengele, Jr. 1,530 2.34%
others 117 0.18%
6 Democratic Lee Beyer
of Springfield
Re-elected Democratic Lee Beyer 32,925 59.09%
Republican Robert Schwartz 22,671 40.69%
others 121 0.22%
7 Democratic James Manning Jr.
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic James Manning Jr. 38,262 94.69%
others 2,146 5.31%
8 Democratic Sara Gelser
of Corvallis
Re-elected Democratic Sara Gelser 38,119 62.99%
Republican Erik Parks 20,959 34.63%
Libertarian Bryan Eggiman 1,351 2.23%
others 90 0.15%
10 Republican Jackie Winters
of Salem
Re-elected Republican Jackie Winters 33,145 53.90%
Democratic Deb Patterson 28,210 45.88%
others 135 0.22%
11 Democratic Peter Courtney
of Salem
Re-elected Democratic Peter Courtney 22,772 60.48%
Republican Greg Warnock 14,760 39.20%
others 119 0.32%
13 Republican Kim Thatcher
of Keizer
Re-elected Republican Kim Thatcher 34,888 55.92%
Democratic Sarah Grider 27,415 43.94%
others 89 0.14%
15 Democratic Chuck Riley
of Hillsboro
Re-elected Democratic Chuck Riley 30,770 59.26%
Republican Alexander Flores 21,037 40.52%
others 114 0.22%
16 Democratic Betsy Johnson
of Scappoose
Re-elected Democratic Betsy Johnson 50,398 82.03%
Constitution Ray Biggs 10,637 17.31%
others 400 0.65%
17 Democratic Elizabeth Steiner Hayward
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Elizabeth Steiner Hayward 46,784 97.72%
others 1,094 2.28%
19 Democratic Rob Wagner
of Lake Oswego
Re-elected Democratic Rob Wagner 47,521 65.50%
Republican David Poulson 24,913 34.34%
others 116 0.16%
20 Republican Alan Olsen
of Canby
Re-elected Republican Alan Olsen 33,685 51.85%
Democratic Charles Gallia 29,927 46.06%
Libertarian Kenny Sernach 1,245 1.92%
others 111 0.17%
24 Democratic Rod Monroe
of Portland
Lost primary election, Democratic hold Democratic Shemia Fagan 30,887 95.06%
others 1,606 4.94%
26 Republican Chuck Thomsen
of Hood River
Re-elected Republican Chuck Thomsen 29,472 50.11%
Democratic Chrissy Reitz 29,263 49.76%
others 79 0.13%
30
(Special)[b]
Republican Cliff Bentz
of Ontario
Re-elected Republican Cliff Bentz 39,536 71.69%
Democratic Solea Kabakov 15,525 28.15%
others 87 0.16%
  1. ^ This election decided who would complete the final two years of the four year term (2017-2020) to which Jeff Kruse was elected. Kruse resigned on March 15, 2018 due to a sex scandal.[4] His successor, Dallas Heard, was appointed on April 9, 2018.[5]
  2. ^ This election decided who would complete the final two years of the four year term (2017-2020) to which Ted Ferrioli was elected. Ferrioli resigned on November 22, 2017 to accept an appointment to the Northwest Power and Conservation Council.[6] His successor, Cliff Bentz, was appointed on January 4, 2018.[7]

Oregon House of Representatives

2018 Oregon House of Representatives elections

← 2016 November 6, 2018 (2018-11-06) 2020 →

60 seats of the Oregon House of Representatives
  Majority party Minority party
 
Party Democratic Republican
Seats before 35 25
Seats after 38 22
Seat change Increase3 Decrease3
Popular vote 960,817 666,608
Percentage 56.94% 39.51%
Swing Increase6.71% Decrease3.54%

The 60 members of the Oregon House of Representatives are elected to two-year terms, so all 60 seats were up for election. In this election, these seats were represented by 35 Democrats and 25 Republicans. The Democrats maintained their 35-25 advantage in the 2016 election.

Open seats

Results

Affiliation Candidates Votes Vote % Seats Won
Democratic 56 960,817 56.94% 38 (Increase3)
Republican 44 666,608 39.51% 22 (Decrease3)
Libertarian 12 23,991 1.42% 0
Independent 4 18,607 1.10% 0
Working Families 1 5,560 0.33% 0
Others N/A 11,785 0.70% 0
Total 117 1,687,368 100% 60
District[3] Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
1 Republican David Brock Smith
of Port Orford
Re-elected Republican David Brock Smith 22,077 68.46%
Democratic Eldon Rollins 10,071 31.23%
others 100 0.31%
2 Republican Gary Leif
of Roseburg
Re-elected Republican Gary Leif 17,104 66.11%
Democratic Megan Salter 8,700 33.63%
others 69 0.27%
3 Republican Carl Wilson
of Grants Pass
Re-elected Republican Carl Wilson 17,104 69.15%
Democratic Jerry Morgan 9,100 30.59%
others 76 0.26%
4 Republican Duane Stark
of Grants Pass
Re-elected Republican Duane Stark 17,440 98.21%
others 318 1.79%
5 Democratic Pam Marsh
of Ashland
Re-elected Democratic Pam Marsh 24,643 67.98%
Republican Sandra Abercrombie 11,580 31.94%
others 28 0.08%
6 Republican Sal Esquivel
of Medford
Retired, Republican hold Republican Kim Wallan 14,681 53.89%
Democratic Michelle Blum Atkinson 12,530 45.99%
others 32 0.12%
7 Republican Cedric Ross Hayden
of Fall Creek
Re-elected Republican Cedric Ross Hayden 17,886 60.83%
Democratic Christy Inskip 11,434 38.89%
others 83 0.28%
8 Democratic Paul Holvey
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Paul Holvey 25,835 79.85%
Libertarian Martha Sherwood 6,310 19.50%
others 210 0.65%
9 Democratic Caddy McKeown
of Coos Bay
Re-elected Democratic Caddy McKeown 16,181 54.10%
Republican Teri Grier 13,610 45.50%
others 118 0.39%
10 Democratic David Gomberg
of Otis
Re-elected Democratic David Gomberg 17,713 57.16%
Republican Thomas Donohue 13,232 42.70%
others 44 0.14%
11 Democratic Phil Barnhart
of Eugene
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Marty Wilde 18,132 56.92%
Republican Mark Herbert 13,690 42.97%
others 34 0.11%
12 Democratic John Lively
of Springfield
Re-elected Democratic John Lively 16,388 95.23%
others 820 4.77%
13 Democratic Nancy Nathanson
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Nancy Nathanson 21,387 96.72%
others 725 3.28%
14 Democratic Julie Fahey
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Julie Fahey 17,264 61.01%
Republican Rich Cunningham 10,969 38.76%
others 64 0.23%
15 Republican Andy Olson
of Albany
Retired, Republican hold Republican Shelly Boshart Davis 17,480 56.30%
Democratic Jerred Taylor 11,991 38.62%
Independent Cynthia Hyatt 1,539 4.96%
others 40 0.13%
16 Democratic Dan Rayfield
of Corvallis
Re-elected Democratic Dan Rayfield 23,158 97.44%
others 609 2.56%
17 Republican Sherrie Sprenger
of Scio
Re-elected Republican Sherrie Sprenger 20,880 71.18%
Democratic Renee Windsor-White 8,384 28.58%
others 69 0.24%
18 Republican Rick Lewis
of Silverton
Re-elected Republican Rick Lewis 18,950 65.94%
Democratic Barry Shapiro 9,731 33.86%
others 57 0.20%
19 Republican Denyc Boles
of Salem
Re-elected Republican Denyc Boles 15,778 53.25%
Democratic Mike Ellison 13,795 46.56%
others 55 0.19%
20 Democratic Paul Evans
of Monmouth
Re-elected Democratic Paul Evans 16,907 53.43%
Republican Selma Pierce 14,652 46.30%
others 84 0.27%
21 Democratic Brian L. Clem
of Salem
Re-elected Democratic Brian L. Clem 13,440 63.50%
Republican Jack Esp 7,632 36.06%
others 92 0.43%
22 Democratic Teresa Alonso Leon
of Woodburn
Re-elected Democratic Teresa Alonso Leon 9,630 59.63%
Republican Marty Heyen 6,486 40.16%
others 33 0.20%
23 Republican Mike Nearman
of Independence
Re-elected Republican Mike Nearman 17,971 54.35%
Democratic Danny Jaffer 14,317 43.30%
Libertarian Mark Karnowski 738 2.23%
others 37 0.11%
24 Republican Ron Noble
of McMinnville
Re-elected Republican Ron Noble 16,762 55.57%
Democratic Ken Moore 13,370 44.32%
others 32 0.11%
25 Republican Bill Post
of Keizer
Re-elected Republican Bill Post 16,736 58.32%
Democratic Dave McCall 11,926 41.56%
others 36 0.13%
26 Republican Rich Vial
of Scholls
Lost re-election, Democratic gain Democratic Courtney Neron 17,211 50.82%
Republican Rich Vial 15,928 47.03%
Libertarian Tim Nelson 683 2.02%
others 46 0.14%
27 Democratic Sheri Malstrom
of Beaverton
Re-elected Democratic Sheri Malstrom 20,286 66.28%
Independent Brian Pierson 9,361 30.58%
Libertarian Katy Brumbelow 924 3.02%
others 36 0.12%
28 Democratic Jeff Barker
of Aloha
Re-elected Democratic Jeff Barker 20,789 84.23%
Libertarian Lars Hedbor 3,680 14.91%
others 213 0.86%
29 Democratic Susan McLain
of Forest Grove
Re-elected Democratic Susan McLain 13,652 58.62%
Republican David Molina 9,166 39.36%
Libertarian William Namestnik 442 1.90%
others 28 0.12%
30 Democratic Janeen Sollman
of Hillsboro
Re-elected Democratic Janeen Sollman 17,459 61.67%
Republican Dorothy Merritt 8,630 30.48%
Libertarian Kyle Markley 2,188 7.73%
others 34 0.12%
31 Democratic Brad Witt
of Clatskanie
Re-elected Democratic Brad Witt 17,491 53.93%
Republican Brian Stout 14,870 45.85%
others 73 0.23%
32 Democratic Deborah Boone
of Cannon Beach
Retired, Democratic hold Democratic Tiffiny Mitchell 15,442 49.03%
Republican Vineeta Lower 13,618 43.24%
Independent Brian Halvorsen 1,325 4.21%
Libertarian Randell Carson 1,061 3.37%
others 47 0.15%
33 Democratic Mitch Greenlick
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Mitch Greenlick 26,901 75.86%
Republican Elizabeth Reye 8,500 23.97%
others 61 0.17%
34 Democratic Ken Helm
of Beaverton
Re-elected Democratic Ken Helm 19,470 69.24%
Republican Michael Ngo 7,041 25.04%
Libertarian Joshua Ryan Johnston 1,558 5.54%
others 49 0.17%
35 Democratic Margaret Doherty
of Tigard
Re-elected Democratic Margaret Doherty 22,136 67.29%
Republican Bob Niemeyer 10,704 32.54%
others 55 0.17%
36 Democratic Jennifer Williamson
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Jennifer Williamson 28,081 98.05%
others 559 1.95%
37 Republican Julie Parrish
of West Linn
Lost re-election, Democratic gain Democratic Rachel Prusak 18,357 52.69%
Republican Julie Parrish 16,434 47.17%
others 51 0.15%
38 Democratic Andrea Salinas
of Lake Oswego
Re-elected Democratic Andrea Salinas 25,974 97.63%
others 631 2.37%
39 Republican Bill Kennemer
of Oregon City
Retired, Republican hold Republican Christine Drazan 19,732 59.07%
Democratic Elizabeth Graser-Lindsey 13,611 40.74%
others 63 0.19%
40 Democratic Mark Meek
of Gladstone
Re-elected Democratic Mark Meek 17,428 55.62%
Republican Josh Hill 13,833 44.15%
others 72 0.23%
41 Democratic Karin Power
of Milwaukie
Re-elected Democratic Karin Power 23,638 97.14%
others 696 2.86%
42 Democratic Rob Nosse
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Rob Nosse 37,222 93.68%
Libertarian Bruce Alexander Knight 2,400 6.04%
others 110 0.28%
43 Democratic Tawna Sanchez
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Tawna Sanchez 31,885 98.68%
others 425 1.32%
44 Democratic Tina Kotek
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Tina Kotek 27,194 89.07%
Libertarian Manny Guerra 3,181 10.42%
others 155 0.51%
45 Democratic Barbara Smith Warner
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Barbara Smith Warner 25,695 97.73%
others 598 2.27%
46 Democratic Alissa Keny-Guyer
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Alissa Keny-Guyer 24,573 97.69%
others 581 2.31%
47 Democratic Diego Hernandez
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Diego Hernandez 14,741 95.98%
others 618 4.02%
48 Democratic Jeff Reardon
of Happy Valley
Re-elected Democratic Jeff Reardon 16,250 69.36%
Republican Sonny Yellott 7,079 30.22%
others 98 0.42%
49 Democratic Chris Gorsek
of Troutdale
Re-elected Democratic Chris Gorsek 11,045 51.25%
Republican Justin Hwang 9,658 44.82%
Libertarian Heather Ricks 826 3.83%
others 21 0.10%
50 Democratic Carla Piluso
of Gresham
Re-elected Democratic Carla Piluso 14,595 93.83%
others 960 6.17%
51 Democratic Janelle Bynum
of Happy Valley
Re-elected Democratic Janelle Bynum 14,843 53.92%
Republican Lori Chavez-DeRemer 12,620 45.85%
others 63 0.23%
52 Republican Jeff Helfrich
of Hood River
Lost re-election, Democratic gain Democratic Anna Williams 16,135 51.36%
Republican Jeff Helfrich 15,238 48.51%
others 41 0.13%
53 Republican Gene Whisnant
of Sunriver
Retired, Republican hold Republican Jack Zika 21,063 56.44%
Democratic Eileen Kiely 16,207 43.42%
others 52 0.14%
54 Republican Knute Buehler
of Bend
Retired, Republican hold Republican Cheri Helt 21,134 58.12%
Democratic Nathan Boddie 9,000 24.75%
Working Families Amanda La Bell 5,560 15.29%
others 670 1.84%
55 Republican Mike McLane
of Powell Butte
Re-elected Republican Mike McLane 23,832 73.19%
Democratic Karen Rippberger 8,694 26.70%
others 37 0.11%
56 Republican E. Werner Reschke
of Klamath Falls
Re-elected Republican E. Werner Reschke 18,312 71.78%
Democratic Taylor Tupper 7,130 27.95%
others 68 0.27%
57 Republican Greg Smith
of Heppner
Re-elected Republican Greg Smith 15,794 98.20%
others 289 1.80%
58 Republican Greg Barreto
of Cove
Re-elected Republican Greg Barreto 19,828 75.38%
Independent Skye Farnam 6,382 24.26%
others 94 0.36%
59 Republican Daniel Bonham
of The Dalles
Re-elected Republican Daniel Bonham 19,236 62.22%
Democratic Darcy Long-Curtiss 11,655 37.70%
others 27 0.09%
60 Republican Lynn Findley
of Vale
Re-elected Republican Lynn Findley 18,194 98.38%
others 299 1.62%

See also

References

  1. ^ Radnovich, Connor (November 6, 2018). "Oregon Democrats secure supermajorities in both chambers of Oregon Legislature". Statesman Journal. Retrieved June 12, 2019.
  2. ^ "Deboer confirms he won't seek re-election". Mail Tribune. February 25, 2018. Retrieved June 11, 2019.
  3. ^ a b "November 6, 2018, General Election Abstract of Votes" (PDF). Oregon Secretary of State. Retrieved June 10, 2019.
  4. ^ Leow, Tracy; Bach, Jonathan (February 8, 2018). "Oregon Sen. Jeff Kruse resigns in wake of sexual harassment allegations". Statesman Journal. Retrieved June 11, 2019.
  5. ^ Cegavske, Carisa (April 10, 2018). "Dallas Heard appointed state senator for District 1". The News-Review. Retrieved June 11, 2019.
  6. ^ Sickinger, Ted (October 26, 2017). "Governor taps longtime lawmakers for plum jobs on regional energy council". The Oregonian. Retrieved June 11, 2019.
  7. ^ "Cliff Bentz appointed to Oregon Senate District 30 seat". Argus Observer. January 4, 2018. Retrieved June 11, 2019.
  8. ^ Mann, Damian (September 14, 2017). "Wallan to run for House seat". Mail Tribune. Retrieved June 10, 2019.
  9. ^ Hubbard, Saul (December 14, 2017). "Longtime legislator says he's retiring". The Register-Guard. Retrieved June 10, 2019.
  10. ^ "Rep. Andy Olson Announces Plans to Retire from Oregon Legislature". Oregon Catalyst. February 27, 2018. Retrieved June 10, 2019.
  11. ^ "Rep. Deborah Boone announces retirement". Tillamook Headlight-Herald. January 2, 2018. Retrieved June 11, 2019.
  12. ^ Jaquiss, Nigel (January 23, 2018). "Another Oregon House Republican Announces He Won't Seek Re-Election". Willamette Week. Retrieved June 11, 2019.
  13. ^ "Representative Gene Whisnant Will Not Seek Re-election". Cascade Business News. December 5, 2017. Retrieved June 11, 2019.
  14. ^ Borrud, Hillary (August 3, 2017). "Knute Buehler announces he is running for governor in 2018". The Oregonian. Retrieved June 11, 2019.
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