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NEWS BRIEFS

Raina Croff to Speak at Architectural Heritage Center

'When the Landmarks are Gone: Older African Americans, Place, and Change in N/NE Portland’ describes SHARP Walking Program ...

Portland Playhouse Presents August Wilson’s ‘Fences’ Through June 10

May 20 performance will include discussion on mental health; June 10 performance will be followed by discussion of fatherhood ...

Peggy Houston-Shivers Presents Benefit Concert for Allen Temple CME

Concert to take place May 20 at Maranatha Church ...

Family Friendly Talent Show, May 18

Family Fun Night series continues at Matt Dishman Community Center ...

Settlement reached in LGBT school harassment

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — An openly gay couple was walking in their Oregon high school parking lot when the principal's son drove up, veered away at the last second and shouted an anti-gay slur at the two girls. In class, a teacher equated same-sex marriage with bestiality.The girls complained to...

The Latest: Settlement reached in LGBT school harassment

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The Latest on the case of LGBTQ discrimination at an Oregon high school.6:30 p.m.:The principal of an Oregon high school will resign and its school district will commit to improving the climate for LGBTQ students as part of a settlement reached between the American Civil...

Paul Allen donates jumiM to Washington gun initiative

SEATTLE (AP) — Microsoft co-founder and Seattle Seahawks owner Paul Allen has donated jumi million to a campaign seeking to raise the age to purchase semi-automatic rifles from 18 to 21 in Washington state.Allen made the announcement on Twitter Monday.The Alliance for Gun Responsibility says...

Man accused of trying to kill woman with opioid spray

MUKILTEO, Wash. (AP) — An Everett man is accused of holding down his ex-girlfriend at a Mukilteo hotel, shoving Xanax down her throat and forcing a fentanyl spray up her nose in what police say was attempted murder.The Daily Herald reports the woman survived and was able to escape and alert...

OPINION

Golfing While Black Is Not a Crime

Grandview Golf Club asks five Black women to leave for golfing too slow ...

Discovering the Best of Black America in 2018

Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis discusses the DTU Journalism Fellowship & Scholarship Program ...

Will Israel’s Likud Party Ever Respect the Rights of Palestinians?

Bill Fletcher weighs in on the precarious future of the two-state solution between the Israeli government and the Palestinian people ...

The Future of Medicinal Marijuana in Pets

Dr. Jasmine Streeter says CBD-derived products show beneficial therapeutic benefits for pets ...

AFRICAN AMERICANS IN THE NEWS

Settlement reached in LGBT school harassment

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — An openly gay couple was walking in their Oregon high school parking lot when the principal's son drove up, veered away at the last second and shouted an anti-gay slur at the two girls. In class, a teacher equated same-sex marriage with bestiality.The girls complained to...

Correction: 2018 Midterms-Endorsements story

ATLANTA (AP) — In a story May 20 about potential Democratic presidential candidates and their campaign activity in 2018, The Associated Press reported erroneously that former Vice President Joe Biden was planning to campaign in North Carolina on behalf of a congressional candidate Dan...

Border agent questions 2 women for speaking Spanish

HAVRE, Mont. (AP) — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials are reviewing an encounter between a Border Patrol agent and two women who were speaking Spanish at a gas station in northern Montana, the agency said Monday.Allegations have been made before of law-enforcement officers in...

ENTERTAINMENT

Netflix says it has signed Barack and Michelle Obama

NEW YORK (AP) — Barack and Michelle Obama are getting into the television business with Monday's announcement that they had signed a multi-year deal with Netflix.The former president and first lady have formed their own production company, Higher Ground Productions, for the material. In...

Artist Robert Indiana, known for 'LOVE' series, dies at 89

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Pop artist Robert Indiana, best known for his 1960s "LOVE" series, has died at his island home off the coast of Maine. He was 89.Indiana died on Saturday from respiratory failure at his Victorian home in a converted Odd Fellows hall, a fraternal order lodge, where he...

Miss Nebraska wins Miss USA competition

SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — Miss Nebraska has been named Miss USA.Sarah Rose Summers beat out 50 other women from all the states and the District of Columbia.At the start of the two-hour broadcast, the field was immediately narrowed down to 15 contestants according to how they performed during...

U.S. & WORLD NEWS

What is lava haze? A look at Hawaii's latest volcanic hazard

PAHOA, Hawaii (AP) — Lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano is pouring into the sea and setting off a chemical...

Syrian government declares capital fully under its control

BEIRUT (AP) — Syria's military on Monday captured an enclave in southern Damascus from Islamic State...

Divided Supreme Court sides with businesses over workers

WASHINGTON (AP) — A divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that businesses can prohibit their workers from...

Congo Ebola vaccination campaign begins with health workers

KINSHASA, Congo (AP) — Congo began an Ebola vaccination campaign Monday in a northwest provincial capital...

Social media under microscope in emotive Irish abortion vote

DUBLIN (AP) — In homes and pubs, on leaflets and lampposts, debate is raging in Ireland over whether to...

Aide: Palestinian leader making swift recovery in hospital

JERUSALEM (AP) — Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is alert and making a swift recovery after being...

Bernie Sanders
By The Skanner News

President Dem
955 of 1,000 precincts - 96 percent
Bernie Sanders 320,746 - 55.45 percent
Hillary Clinton 257,374 - 42.78 percent

President GOP
Donald J Trump 240,427 - 64.23 percent
Ted Cruz 62,352 - 16.66 percent
John R Kasich 59,628 - 15.93 percent

Governor Dem
928 of 1,000 precincts - 93 percent
Kate Brown 466,544 - 84.06 percent
Julian Bell 39,802 - 7.17 percent
Chet Chance 5,276 - 0.95 percent
Kevin M Forsythe 9,622 - 1.73 percent
Dave Stauffer 15,235 - 2.74 percent
Steve Johnson 12,677 - 2.28 percent

Governor Ind
Patrick Barney 6,440 - 24.86 percent
Cliff Thomason 9,235 - 35.65 percent

Governor GOP
Bud Pierce 163,194 - 47.70 percent
Bruce Cuff 39,318 - 11.49 percent
Bob Niemeyer 33,746 - 9.86 percent
Bob Forthan 4,037 - 1.18 percent
Allen Alley 99,108 - 28.97 percent

U.S. Senate Dem - Primary
930 of 1,000 precincts - 93 percent
Ron Wyden (i) 459,658 - 84 percent
Kevin Stine 70,081 - 13 percent
Paul Weaver 18,730 - 3 percent

U.S. Senate GOP
909 of 1,000 precincts - 91 percent
Mark Callahan 115,589 - 39 percent
Sam Carpenter 97,570 - 33 percent
Faye Stewart 53,618 - 18 percent
Dan Laschober 31,993 - 11 percent

U.S. Senate Ind
Steven Reynolds 9,790 - 69 percent
Marvin Sandnes 4,370 - 31 percent

US Senator - Dem
Ron Wyden 473,705 - 83.49 percent
Paul B Weaver 19,122 - 3.37 percent
Kevin H Stine 72,145 - 12.72 percent
Write-in Votes 2,383 - 0.42 percent

US Senator - Independent
Steven C Reynolds 9,876 - 41.65 percent
Marvin Sandnes 4,426 - 18.66 percent

US Senator - Republican
Mark Callahan 117,646 38.25 percent
Sam Carpenter 99,565 - 32.38 percent
Faye Stewart 54,650 - 17.77 percent
Dan Laschober 32,641 - 10.61 percent
Write-in Votes 3,034 - 0.99 percent

Secretary of State Dem
Brad Avakian 192,648 - 38.94 percent
Richard Devlin 130,321 - 26.34 percent
Val Hoyle 167,834 - 33.92 percent

Secretary of State Ind
Paul Damian Wells 16,110 - 66.05 percent 

Secretary of State Republican 
Dennis Richardson 256,764 - 77.93 percent 
Sid Leiken 70,797 - 21.49 percent

State Senator, 22nd District Dem
Lew Frederick 20,583 - 98.92 percent
No Republican or Independent Party candidates filed

State Representative, 27th District Dem
Sheri Malstrom 7,607 - 88.20 percent
Darin Campbell 976 - 11.32 percent
No Republican or Independent candidates filed

State Representative, 43rd District Dem
Tawna Sanchez 8,681 - 49.01 percent
Roberta Phillip-Robbins 8,591 - 48.50 percent
Robert E Andrews Jr 380 - 2.15 percent
No Republican or Independent candidates filed

State Representative, 51st District Dem
Janelle S Bynum 3,810 - 68.97 percent
Randy Shannon 1,643 - 29.74 percent

State Representative, 51st District GOP
Lori Chavez-DeRemer 3,015 - 96.98 percent

Metro Councilor, 5th District
Sam Chase 41,990
Colby Clipston 12,599

Metro Councilor, 6th District
Bob Stacey 47,492

Multnomah Co Commissioner Dist #1
Eric Zimmerman 12,069
Mel Rader 5,939
Brian Wilson 4,707
Marisha Childs 5,391
Ken Stokes 1,361
Wes Soderback 1,118
Sharon Meieran 22,899

Multnomah Co Commissioner Dist #4
Lori Stegmann 13,006
Stanley Dirks 3,834
Amanda Schroeder 10,955

City of Portland Mayor
Ted Wheeler 98,650
Jules Bailey 29,639
Sarah Iannarone 20,760

City of Portland Commissioner, Pos 1
Amanda Fritz 111,995
Lanita Duke 14,979
Ann Sanderson 16,920
Tabitha Ivan 5,372
Sara Long 4,065
David Morrison 6,676

City of Portland Commissioner, Pos 4
Steve Novick 67,545
Chloe Eudaly 23,272
Stuart Emmons 22,318
Fred Stewart 12,992

Measure 26-173 City of Portland Gas Tax
Yes 99,668
No 92,333

Measure 26-174 Oregon Historical Society Levy
Yes 157,347
No 64,001

Measure 26-171 Corbett School Bond Measure
No 962
Yes 826

Compiled from Oregon Secretary of State, Multnomah County Elections Office and Associated Press reports.

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