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2020 Portland, Oregon mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2020 Portland mayoral election
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← 2016 May 19, 2020 (first round)
November 3, 2020 (runoff)
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Candidate Ted Wheeler Sarah Iannarone Teressa Raiford
First round vote 107,241 51,849 18,310
First round percentage 49.29% 23.82% 8.40%
Second-round vote 163,564 144,326
Second-round percentage 46.20% 40.77%
 
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Candidate Ozzie González Bruce Broussard
First round vote 12,632 11,336
First round percentage 5.80% 5.20%

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Results of the final round by precinct. Blue denotes precincts won by Wheeler, red denotes precincts won by Iannarone.

Mayor before election

Ted Wheeler

Elected Mayor

Ted Wheeler

The 2020 Portland mayoral election was held on May 19th, 2020 and November 3, 2020.

In Portland local elections, all voters are eligible to participate. All candidates are listed on the ballot without any political party affiliation. All candidates meeting the qualifications competed in a blanket primary election on Tuesday, May 19, 2020. As no candidate received an absolute majority, a runoff election between the top two candidates was scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Voters could also choose to write-in candidates.[1][2]

In the General Election, Portland voters also elected members of their City Commission and voted on local ballot initiatives.[3]

Candidates

Candidates who advanced to runoff

Candidate Experience Announced References
The following candidates advanced to the runoff election on April 2
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Ted Wheeler

53rd Mayor of Portland, Oregon

Former Oregon State Treasurer

October 14, 2019 [4][5][6][7][8]
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Sarah Iannarone

Community Activist

Urban Policy Consultant

July 9, 2019 [9][10][11]


Candidates eliminated in the first round

Candidate Experience Announced References
The following candidates were eliminated in the first round and did not advance to the runoff election
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Teressa Raiford

Founder of Don't Shoot Portland December 3, 2017 [9][12][13]
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Bruce Broussard

Host of Oregon Voter Digest on PBS November 13, 2018 [14][15]
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Ozzie Gonzalez

Architect and Sustainability Consultant December 12, 2019 [9][16][17]

Piper Crowell

Director of Global Digital and Innovation Policy at Nike, Inc. February 12, 2020Suspended campaign March 25, 2020 [18][19][20]

Randy Rapaport

Real Estate Developer

Educational Psychologist

March 10, 2020 [21]

Mark White

Co-Chair of the Portland City Charter Commission January 30, 2020 [22]

Cash Carter

Former Portland Timbers team chef November 18, 2019 [23][24]

Candidates who received fewer than 1,000 votes

  • Willie Banks, community advocate[25][26]
  • Jarred Bepristis, bartender[27]
  • Daniel Hoffman, homeless rights activist[28][29]
  • Lew Humble, retired mechanic, perennial candidate[30]
  • Michael Jenkins, cannabis grower[31]
  • Sharon Joy, retired, community advocate[32]
  • Floyd LaBar, yoga teacher[33]
  • Beryl McNair, retired Federal government employee, candidate for Portland Mayor in 2008[34]
  • Michael O'Callaghan, homeless rights activist and candidate for Alaska governor in 1990[35][36]
  • Mark White, program manager[37]
  • Michael Burleson, community leader, activist, attorney at law[38] (Suspended)

Declined to run

Endorsements

Sarah Iannarone
National
Local
Newspapers
Organizations
Ozzie González

Polling

Runoff

Poll source Date(s)

administered

Sample

size[a]

Margin

of error

Ted Wheeler Sarah Iannarone Write In Undecided
DHM Research/OPB[52] October 7—11, 2020 400 (LV) ±4.9% 33% 34% 6% 28%
DHM Research/Portland Business Alliance[53][b] September 17–22, 2020 – (LV)[c] ±4% 30% 41% 16% 13%
Public Policy Polling[54] June 17–18, 2020 992 (V) ±3.1% 33% 32% 35%

Results

Primary

Portland mayoral primary election, 2020
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Ted Wheeler (incumbent) 107,241 49.29%
Nonpartisan Sarah Iannarone 51,849 23.82%
Nonpartisan Teressa Raiford 18,310 8.40%
Nonpartisan Ozzie González 12,632 5.80%
Nonpartisan Bruce Broussard 11,336 5.20%
Nonpartisan Randy Rapaport 3,816 1.75%
Nonpartisan Piper Crowell 3,272 1.50%
Nonpartisan Mark White 2,308 1.06%
Nonpartisan Cash Carter 1,488 0.68%
Nonpartisan Sharon Joy 901 0.42%
Nonpartisan Willie Banks 789 0.36%
Nonpartisan Daniel Hoffman 702 0.32%
Nonpartisan Michael O'Callaghan 629 0.29%
Nonpartisan Michael Burleson 406 0.19%
Nonpartisan Lew Humble 299 0.14%
Nonpartisan Michael Jenkins 262 0.12%
Nonpartisan Beryl McNair 259 0.12%
Nonpartisan Jarred Bepristis 105 0.05%
Nonpartisan Floyd LaBar 95 0.04%
Write-in 861 0.40%
Total votes 217,560 100.00%

Runoff

Since no candidate received a simple majority (50% plus one) vote in the primary election, the two candidates who received the most votes ran again in the general election on November 3, 2020. The general election saw incumbent mayor Ted Wheeler face a challenge by Sarah Iannarone. Wheeler won the election, becoming Portland's first mayor to win a second consecutive term since Vera Katz left office in 2005.[55]

Portland mayoral general election, 2020[56]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Ted Wheeler (incumbent) 167,260 46.07%
Nonpartisan Sarah Iannarone 147,964 40.76%
Write-in 47,832 13.17%
Total votes 363,056 100.00%

Notes

Partisan clients

  1. ^ Key:
    A – all adults
    RV – registered voters
    LV – likely voters
    V – unclear
  2. ^ The Portland Business Alliance endorsed Wheeler prior to this poll's sampling period
  3. ^ Not yet released

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External links

City of Portland Resources

Candidate Campaign Websites

Interviews

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