May Primary Election Results for local, state levels


Information compiled from Lane County Elections and the Oregon Secretary of State

May 20, 2020 — The following 2020 Primary Election results have been reported by the Oregon Secretary of State. The totals posted for most races are not final and will be updated by the Secretary of State. Results are current as of May 22.

Lane County Results

 Measure 20-306: Lane Community College: Bonds to construct, improve facilities, address safety and technology needs

Yes — 58.45 percent (63,260)

No — 41.55 percent (44,978)

 

District Attorney, Lane County — Nonpartisan

Patricia W. Perlow — 68,78 percent (69,225)

James Cleavenger — 30.87 percent (31,072)

Write-in — 0.35 percent (349)

  

State Senator Partisan

 

State Senator 5th District

 

Democrat Primary

Melissa Cribbins — 98.02 percent (14,492)

Write-in — 1.98 percent (293)

 

Republican Primary

Dick Anderson — 98.39 percent (11,413)

Write-in — 1.61 percent (187)

 

 

State Representative Partisan

 

State representative 9th District

 

Democrat Primary

Cal Mukumoto — 67.68 percent (5,129)

Mark Daily — 30.60 percent (2,319)

Write-in — 1.72 percent (130)

 

Republican Primary

Boomer Wright — 99.00 percent (7,040)

Write-in — 1.00 percent (71)

 

 

State Partisan

 

Secretary of State

 

Democrat Primary

Shemia Fagan — 36.13 percent (204,154)

Mark D Hass — 35.57 percent (200,942)

Jamie McLeod-Skinner — 27.49 percent (155,326)

Write-in — 0.81 percent (4,554)

 

Republican Primary

Kim Thatcher — 85.65 percent (306,126)

Dave Stauffer — 13.35 percent (47,704)

Write-in — 1.01 percent (3,604)

 

State Treasurer

 

Democrat Primary

Tobias Read — 98.67 percent (454,157)

Write-in — 1.33 percent (6,131)

 

Republican Primary

Jeff Gudman — 98.88 percent (299,511)

Write-in — 1.12 percent (3,383)

 

Attorney General

 

Democrat Primary

Ellen Rosenblum — 98.96 percent (472,708)

Write-in — 1.04 percent (4,948)

 

Republican Primary

Michael Cross — 96.67 percent (274,386)

Write-in — 3.33 percent (9,438)

 

State Federal Partisan

 

US Senator

 

Democrat Primary

Jeff Merkley — 98.64 percent (522,063)

Write-in — 1.36 percent (7,612)

 

Republican Primary

Jo Rae Perkins — 49.33 percent (174,628)

Paul J Romero Jr. — 30.28 percent (107,210)

Robert Schwartz — 11.09 percent (39,258)

John Verbeek — 8.09 percent (28,655)

Write-in — 1.20 percent (4,261)

 

U.S. Representative, 4th District

 

Democrat

Peter DeFazio — 84.04 percent (94,632)

Doyle Elizabeth Canning — 15.12 percent (17,022)

Write-in — 0.84 percent (948)

 

Republican

Alek Skarlatos — 86.53 percent (69,245)

Nelson Ijih — 12.54 percent (10,034)

Write-in — 0.93 percent (747)

 

U.S. President

 

Democrat

Joseph Biden — 66.27 percent (399,862)

Bernie Sanders — 20.33 percent (122,702)

Elizabeth Warren — 9.57 percent (57,718)

Tulsi Gabbard — 1.73 percent (10,448)

Write-in — 2.10 percent (12,693)

 

Republican

Donald Trump — 93.56 percent (353,728)

Write-in — 6.44 percent (24,356)

 

Judges Nonpartisan

 

Judge of the Supreme Court, Position 1

Thomas Balmer — 70.84 percent (710,947)

Van Pounds — 28.74 percent (288,411)

Write-in — 0.42 percent (4,186)

 

Judge of the Supreme Court, Position 7

Martha Walters — 98.56 percent (809,161)

Write-in — 1.44 percent (11,820)

 

Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 11

Joel DeVore — 57.76 percent (559,930)

Kyle Krohn — 41.82 (405,435)

Write-in — 0.42 percent (4,029)

 

Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 1

Josephine Mooney — 98.50 percent (788,147)

Write-in — 1.50 percent (12,040)

 

Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 12

Erin Lagesen — 98.77 percent (785,642)

Write-in — 1.23 percent (9,821)

 

Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 13

Doug Tookey — 98.60 percent (775,274)

Write-in — 1.40 percent (11,042)

 

Judge of the Circuit Court, 2nd District, Position 2

Charles Carlson — 98.47 percent (64,490)

Write-in — 1.53 (1,004)

 

Judge of the Circuit Court, 2nd District, Position 3

Bradley Cascagnette — 98.58 percent (64,430)

Write-in — 1.42 percent (926)

 

Judge of the Circuit Court, 2nd District, Position 4

Charles Zennache — 98.61 percent (65,234)

Write-in — 1.39 percent (919)

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