Results last updated: 5/22/2020 10:33 AM PT
COMMISSIONER, Position 1
Carmen Rubio (67.56%)
Winning more than 50% of the vote, Carmen Rubio will be Portland's first Latinx commissioner.
COMMISSIONER, Position 2
Loretta Smith (18.82%)
Dan Ryan (16.61%)
The top two candidates in this May primary, Loretta Smith and Dan Ryan will run in November to succeed late Portland Commissioner Nick Fish.
COMMISSIONER, Position 4
Chloe Eudaly (31.27%)
Mingus Mapps (28.59%)
Sam Adams (27.71%)
In a statement to his supporters, Sam Adams wrote, "I called Chloe Eudlay and Mingus Mapps to congratulate both of them on making it into the general election for Portland City Council Position No. 4.
"I look forward to their spirited race."
Ted Wheeler (49.35%)
Sarah Iannarone (23.82%)
In a statement on the current returns Wednesday afternoon, Ted Wheeler said, "While it’s disappointing to fall just short of an outright majority in the primary, it was always a possibility in such a crowded field. Whether it’s this week or on November 4th, I’m confident that I will earn the honor of continuing to serve the city I love for the next four years."
In a statement released by Sarah Iannrone's campaign, she said, "I want to thank the other candidates in this race especially but not limited to Teressa Raiford, Bruce Broussard, and Ozzie Gonzales for everything they brought to the race. It was an honor to be on the campaign trail with such people so passionate about Portland’s future. We are confident that we have everything we need to succeed in November when voter turnout will likely be much higher, the incumbent is forced to adhere to campaign finance laws, and many of the benefits he gained from the pandemic begin to fade."
METRO, COUNCILOR, District 5
Mary Nolan (34.77%)
Chris Smith (22.69%)
Mary Nolan and Chris Smith will runoff in November for this position.
City of Portland: Renew Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax for Street Repair, Maintenance, Safety - YES (77.19%)
Metro: Supports homeless services through higher earners' tax, business profits tax - YES (57.91%)
PRESIDENT - Democrat
Joe Biden (66.27%)
US SENATOR - Democrat
Jeff Merkley (98.64%)
US SENATOR - Republican
Jo Rae Perkins (49.33%)
US REPRESENTATIVE, 1st District - Democrat
Suzanne Bonamici (83.82%)
US REPRESENTATIVE, 1st District - Republican
Christopher C Christensen (55.78%)
US REPRESENTATIVE, 2nd District - Democrat
Alex Spenser (32.13%)
Nick (Nik) L Heuertz (30.93%)
US REPRESENTATIVE, 2nd District - Republican
Cliff Bentz (31.48%)
US REPRESENTATIVE, 3rd District - Democrat
Earl Blumenauer (80.79%)
US REPRESENTATIVE, 3rd District - Republican
Joanna Harbour (62.75%)
US REPRESENTATIVE, 4th District - Democrat
Peter DeFazio (84.04%)
US REPRESENTATIVE, 4th District - Republican
Alek Skarlatos (86.53%)
US REPRESENTATIVE, 5th District - Democrat
Kurt Schrader (68.93%)
US REPRESENTATIVE, 5th District - Republican
Amy Ryan Courser (53.37%)
SECRETARY OF STATE - Republican
Kim Thatcher (85.65%)
STATE TREASURER - Democrat
Tobias Read (98.67%)
STATE TREASURER - Republican
Jeff Gudman (98.88%)
ATTORNEY GENERAL - Democrat
Ellen Rosenblum (98.96%)
ATTORNEY GENERAL - Republican
Michael Cross (96.67%)
JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, 4th District, Position 12
Adrian L Brown (32.52%)
Rima Ghandour (23.07%)
Sonia Montalbano (19.09%)
Brown will runoff in November against Ghandour or Montalbano.