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Unofficial election results


Polls have closed and the unofficial results are in with nearly 69 percent of Tillamook County voters participating in the mid-term elections. Here are your unofficial results for 2018.

US Representative, 5th District

Mark Callahan – Republican: Tillamook County, 5,686; District, 134,720

Dan Souza – Libertarian: Tillamook County, 197; District, 5,051

Marvin Sandnes – Pacific Green: Tillamook County, 199; District, 4,083

Kurt Schrader – Democrat, Independent: Tillamook County, 6,735; District, 176,469

Write-ins: Tillamook County, 15; State, 468

Governor

Aaron Auer – Constitution: Tillamook County, 201; State, 18,873

Nick Chen – Libertarian: Tillamook County, 156; State, 24,756

Kate Brown – Democrat, Working Families: Tillamook County, 5,569; State, 834,207

Knute Buehler – Republican: Tillamook County, 6,561; State, 751,654

Patrick Starnes – Independent: Tillamook County, 458; State, 49,106

Christ Henry – Progressive: Tillamook County, 76; State, 9,693

Write-ins: 2,822

State Senator, 16th District

Betsy Johnson – Democrat, Independent, Republican: Tillamook County, 6,703; District, 46,550

Ray Biggs – Constitution: Tillamook County, 1,304; District, 9,773

Write-ins: 366

State Representative, 10th District

David Gomberg-Democrat, Independent, Working Families: Tillamook County, 2,103; District, 17,371

Thomas M. Donohue-Republican: Tillamook County, 2,172; District, 13,025

State Representative, 32nd District

Vineeta Lower-Republican: Tillamook County, 3,698; District, 12,596

Randell Carlson-Libertarian: Tillamook County, 249; District, 968

Tiffiny K. Mitchell-Democrat, Working Families: Tillamook County, 3,905; District, 14,447

Brian P. Halvorsen – Independent: Tillamook County, 431; District, 1,214

Write-ins: 40

Tillamook County Commissioner, Position 3 (nonpartisan)

Mary Faith Bell: Tillamook County, 6,696

Adam Schwend: Tillamook County, 5,285

Write-ins: 42

Tillamook County Treasurer

Shawn Blanchard: Tillamook County, 7,967

Write-ins: 97

Tillamook Soil and Water Conservation District Zone 2

Daren Filosi: 7,499

Write-ins: 102

Tillamook Soil and Water Conservation District Zone 1

Walt Porter: 7,877

Write-ins: 177

Tillamook Soil and Water Conservation District At Large

Rudy Fenk: 7,962

Write-ins: 110

Tillamook PUD Board of Directors No. 2

Ed Jenkins: 675

Patti Tippett: 732

David Burt: 785

Write-ins: 11

Tillamook PUD Board of Directors No. 4

Mike Gardner: 1,543

Ken Phillips: 740

Write-ins: 10

Tillamook PUD Board of Directors No. 5

Barbara Trout: 1,032

Walt Porter: 889

Write-ins: 27

Mayor of Bay City

Christopher Kruebbe: 328

Shaena Peterson: 287

Write-ins: 6

City Councilor, City of Bay City (vote for three)

Helen Wright: 392

Wendy Krostag: 370

Kathleen Baker: 393

Write-ins: 56

Mayor of Manzanita

Mike Scott: 285

Write-ins: 21

City Councilor, City of Manzanita (vote for two)

Linda Kozlowski: 297

Steve Nuttall: 277

Write-ins: 15

City of Manzanita Measure 29-155

Imposes a 3 percent city tax on marijuana retailer’s sale of marijuana items.

Yes: 269

No: 158

City Councilor, City of Wheeler

Jim King: 126

Dawn Sea Kahrs: 124

Write-ins: 63

Mayor of Tillamook

Suzanne Weber: 1,198

Write-ins: 54

City Councilor, City of Tillamook Ward 2

Rebekah Hopkins: 191

Write-ins: 3

City Councilor, City of Tillamook Ward 3

Brian Reynolds: 176

Write-ins: 7

City Councilor, City of Tillamook Ward 4

Aaron Burris: 189

Write-ins: 1

City Councilor, City of Tillamook Ward 6

Doug Henson: 183

Write-ins: 4

Mayor of Rockway Beach

Joanne D. Aagaard: 445

Write-ins: 61

City Councilor, City of Rockaway Beach

Terry Walhood: 453

Write-ins: 33

Mayor of Nehalem

Bill Dillard Jr.: 101

Write-ins: 8

City Councilor, City of Nehalem Position 1

Hilary Howell: 107

Write-ins: 3

City Councilor, City of Nehalem Position 4

Jeff Pfeifer: 103

Write-ins: 8

Mayor of Garibaldi

Judy Riggs: 386

Write-ins: 8

City Councilor, City of Garibaldi (vote for two)

L. Marlene Westerfield: 127

Norm Shatluck: 152

Paul Daniels: 196

Tim Hall: 183

Write-ins: 5

State Measure No. 102

Allows local bonds for financing affordable housing with nongovernmental entities. Requires voter approval, annual audits.

Yes: 929,128

No: 723,316

State Measure No. 103

Amends Constitution: Prohibits taxes/fees based on transactions for “groceries” enacted or amended after Sept. 2017.

Yes: 719,161

No: 955,257

State Measure No. 104

Amends Constitution: Expands (beyond taxes) application of requirement that three-fifths majority approve bills raising revenue.

Yes: 574,633

No: 1,068,447

State Measure No. 105

Repeals law limiting use of state/local law enforcement resources to enforce federal immigration laws.

Yes: 623,371

No: 1,049,361

State Measure No. 106

Amends Constitution: Prohibits spending “public funds” directly/indirectly for “abortion.”

Yes: 604,835

No: 1,074,339

Judge of the Supreme Court (Oregon), Position 5

Adrienne Nelson-Nonpartisan: 940,407

Write-ins: 18,652

Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 4

Robyn Ridler Aoyagi- Nonpartisan: 926,384

Write-ins: 15,779

Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 7

Steven R. Powers-Nonpartisan: 913,526

Write-ins: 15,441

Judge of the Oregon Tax Court

Robert Manicke-Nonpartisan: 907,871

Write-In: 15,145