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2020 Portland, Oregon City Commission election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2020 Portland City Commission elections were held on May 19, 2020 and November 3, 2020 with a special election on August 11, 2020.[1]

3 positions were up for election. Positions 1 and 2 were open due to the resignation of Amanda Fritz and the death of Nick Fish respectively. Position 4 was held by Chloe Eudaly who lost re-election.[2]

Portland has no term-limits on officeholders.

Position 1

Portland City Commission Position 1 election
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← 2018 May 19, 2020 2022 →
 
Candidate Carmen Rubio Candace Avalos
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
Popular vote 135,934 17,966
Percentage 67.6% 8.9%

City Commission before election

Amanda Fritz
Nonpartisan

Elected City Commission

Carmen Rubio
Nonpartisan

Incumbent Amanda Fritz announced that she would retire at the end of her term. Carmen Rubio received more than 50% of the vote in the primary and therefore won outright without needing to advance to the run-off.[2]

Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Carmen Rubio 135,934 67.6%
Nonpartisan Candace Avalos 17,966 8.9%
Nonpartisan Alicia McCarthy 13,050 6.5%
Nonpartisan Isham Harris 9,225 4.6%
Nonpartisan Timothy DuBois 8,314 4.1%
Nonpartisan Mary Ann Schwab 7,799 3.9%
Nonpartisan Philip Wolfe 3,253 1.6%
Nonpartisan Cullis James Autry 2,797 1.4%
Nonpartisan Corinne Patel 2,041 1.0%
Nonpartisan Write-ins 745 0.4%
Total votes 201,124 100

Position 2

Portland City Commission Position 2 election
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← 2018 May 19, 2020 & November 3, 2020 2022 →
 
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Candidate Dan Ryan Loretta Smith
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
Popular vote 88,157 82,734
Percentage 51.2% 48.0%

City Commission before election

Nick Fish
Nonpartisan

Elected City Commission

Dan Smith
Nonpartisan

A special election was called due to the death of Nick Fish. The special primary was held in conjunction with the other primaries on May 19, 2020. The run-off election was held on August 11, 2020. Dan Ryan won the run-off election.[2]

Special primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Loretta Smith 39,304 18.8%
Nonpartisan Dan Ryan 34,693 16.6%
Nonpartisan Tera Hurst 30,982 14.8%
Nonpartisan Julia DeGraw 26,441 12.6%
Nonpartisan Sam Chase 23,466 11.2
Nonpartisan Margot Black 14,091 6.7%
Nonpartisan Cynthia Castro 7,762 3.7%
Nonpartisan Jack Kerfoot 7,195 3.4%
Nonpartisan Terry Parker 5,095 2.4%
Nonpartisan Jeff Lang 3,837 1.8%
Nonpartisan Ronault Catalani 3,512 1.7%
Nonpartisan Ryan Farmer 2,407 1.2%
Nonpartisan Aquiles Montas 2,175 1.0%
Nonpartisan Jas Davis 1,842 0.9%
Nonpartisan Alicea Maurseth 1,632 0.8%
Nonpartisan Diana Gutman 1,597 0.8%
Nonpartisan Walter Wesley 1,405 0.7%
Nonpartisan Rachelle Dixon 1,097 0.05%
Write-in 498 0.2%
Total votes 209,031 100.00%
Special run-off election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Dan Ryan 88,157 51.2%
Nonpartisan Loretta Smith 82,734 48.0%
Nonpartisan Write-ins 1,320 0.8%
Total votes 201,124 100

Position 4

Portland City Commission Position 4 election
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← 2018 May 19, 2020 & November 3, 2020 2022 →
 
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Candidate Mingus Mapps Chloe Eudaly
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
Popular vote 65,142 59,603
Percentage 31.3% 28.6%

City Commission before election

Chloe Eudaly
Nonpartisan

Elected City Commission

Mingus Mapps
Nonpartisan

Incumbent Chloe Eudaly won the primary election but lost in the run-off to Mingus Mapps.[2]

Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Chloe Eudaly (Incumbent) 65,142 31.3%
Nonpartisan Mingus Mapps 59,603 28.6%
Nonpartisan Sam Adams 57,738 27.7%
Nonpartisan Keith Wilson 10,868 5.2%
Nonpartisan Seth Woolley 8,346 4.0%
Nonpartisan Kevin McKay 3,318 1.6%
Nonpartisan Robert MacKay 1,519 0.7%
Nonpartisan Aaron Fancher 1,056 0.5%
Nonpartisan Write-ins 820 0.4%
Total votes 208,410 100
Special run-off election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Mingus Mapps 186,700 55.6
Nonpartisan Chloe Eudaly (Incumbent) 145,909 43.4%
Nonpartisan Write-ins 1,320 0.8%
Total votes 201,124 100

References

  1. ^ "Elections Calendar". Multnomah County. June 20, 2011. Retrieved March 1, 2021.
  2. ^ a b c d "City elections in Portland, Oregon (2020)". Ballotpedia. Retrieved March 1, 2021.
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