November 2008 General Election

Final Official Results
Election Date: 
November 4, 2008
Total Number of Votes: 
24,087
Approximate % Counted: 
100.00%
Turnout: 
86.68%

The following election results are for the November 4 General Election in Lincoln County, Oregon. These results will first be posted at approximately 8:00 p.m. on November 4, and updated throughout the night until all of the votes have been counted.
These results are now final and official.

Full list of candidates and measures

Results

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United States President and Vice President
  • Ralph Nader / Matt Gonzalez - Peace
  • Cynthia McKinney / Rosa Clemente - Pacific Green
  • John McCain / Sarah Palin - Republican
  • Bob Barr / Wayne A Root - Libertarian
  • Chuck Baldwin / Darrell L Castle - Constitution
  • Barack Obama / Joe Biden - Democrat
  • 334
  • 73
  • 8791
  • 127
  • 83
  • 14258
United States Senator
  • Gordon H Smith - Republican
  • Jeff Merkley - Democrat
  • Dave Brownlow - Constitution
  • 9,464
  • 12,097
  • 1,598
U.S. Representative in Congress, 5th District
  • Kurt Schrader - Democrat
  • Mike Erickson - Republican
  • Steve Milligan - Libertarian
  • Sean Bates - Independent
  • Douglas Patterson - Constitution
  • Alex Polikoff - Pacific Green
  • 13148
  • 7444
  • 398
  • 544
  • 444
  • 603
Secretary of State
  • Kate Brown - Democrat
  • Seth Alan Woolley - Pacific Green
  • Rick Dancer - Republican
  • 12457
  • 870
  • 9385
State Treasurer
  • Allen Alley - Republican
  • Michael Marsh - Constitution
  • Ben Westlund - Democrat
  • 8798
  • 940
  • 12306
Attorney General
  • John R Kroger - Democrat
  • J Ashlee Albies - Working Families
  • Walter F (Walt) Brown - Pacific Green
  • James E Leuenberger - Constitution
  • 15127
  • 2284
  • 1167
  • 1648
State Senator - 5th District
  • Joanne Verger - Democratic
  • 15519
State Representative - 10th District
  • Jean Cowan - Democrat
  • 15564
Lincoln County Commissioner, Position 2
  • Bill Hall - Democrat
  • Tom Runions - Republican
  • 14587
  • 7018
Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries
  • Pavel Goberman
  • Brad Avakian
  • Mark Welyczko
  • 2793
  • 8852
  • 2011
Judge of the Supreme Court, Position 7
  • Martha L Walters (Incumbent)
  • 13813
Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 4
  • Timothy J Sercombe (Incumbent)
  • 13479
Judge of the Circuit Court, 17th District, Position 1
  • Sheryl Bachart (Incumbent)
  • 14500
Lincoln County Sheriff
  • Dennis Dotson
  • 15808
Lincoln County Treasurer
  • Linda Pilson
  • 13990
Lincoln County Soil and Water Conservation District, Zone 3
  • Sterling L Grant
  • 13004
Lincoln County Soil and Water Conservation District, Zone 4
  • Wayne DeMoray
  • 12495
Lincoln County Soil and Water Conservation District, Zone 5
  • W G (Rennie) Ferris
  • 12600
Lincoln County Soil and Water Conservation District, At Large
  • Wayne Hoffman
  • 12418
Central Lincoln PUD, Subdivision 3
  • Larry Nixon
  • Curt Abbott
  • 1460
  • 2099
City of Depoe Bay Mayor
  • James L White
  • Monte DeMaris
  • 524
  • 182
City of Depoe Bay Council Member, Position 1
  • Dan (Booner) Zimmerman
  • 488
City of Depoe Bay Council Member, Position 2
  • Pete Cameron
  • 473
City of Depoe Bay Council Member, Position 3
  • Carol Connors
  • 457
City of Depoe Bay Council Member, Position 4 (2 year)
  • Barbara Leff
  • 525
City of Lincoln City Council Member, Ward I
  • Rick Brissette
  • 762
City of Lincoln City Council Member, Ward II
  • Chester Noreikis
  • 692
City of Lincoln City Council Member, Ward II (2 year)
  • Dick Anderson
  • Erick Feuerborn
  • 501
  • 427
City of Lincoln City Council Member, Ward III
  • Timothy J Crenshaw
  • 568
City of Newport Mayor
  • William D Bain
  • Patricia Patrick-Joling
  • 2243
  • 2028
City of Newport Council Members (vote for 3)
  • Mark McConnell
  • Jeff Bertuleit
  • Lon Brusselback
  • John A Rehfuss
  • 2921
  • 2457
  • 2577
  • 1843
City of Siletz Mayor
  • Leslie Button
  • 336
City of Siletz Council Member, Position 2
  • Ronald L Hervey
  • 321
City of Siletz Council Member, Position 3
  • No Candidate filed
  • Write-in - Daniel Smith
  • 0
  • 37
City of Toledo Mayor
  • Mark D Camara
  • Rod Cross
  • 517
  • 771
City of Toledo Council Members (vote for 3)
  • Mary Young
  • Julie Rockwell
  • Nancy Lynne
  • Monica Lyons
  • 827
  • 642
  • 722
  • 753
City of Waldport Mayor
  • Herman Welch
  • 732
City of Waldport Council Members (vote for 3)
  • Shirley Hanes
  • Peter J Kelly
  • Mark Campbell
  • 635
  • 662
  • 638
City of Yachats Mayor
  • Ronald Brean
  • 338
City of Waldport Council Member (2 year)
  • Charles Ray Havens
  • 668
City of Yachats Council Members (vote for 2)
  • Annette Howarth
  • David W Rieseck
  • 305
  • 269
Measure 54 Amends Constitution: Standardizes Voting Eligibility for School Board Elections With Other State and Local Elections.
  • Yes
  • No
  • 15760
  • 6205
Measure 55 Amends Constitution: Changes Operative Date of Redistricting Plans; Allows Affected Legislators to Finish Term in Original District.
  • Yes
  • No
  • 16441
  • 5098
Measure 56 Amends Constitution: Provides That May and November Property Tax Elections are Decided by Majority of Voters Voting.
  • Yes
  • No
  • 12523
  • 10058
Measure 57 Increases Sentences for Drug Trafficking, Theft Against Elderly and Specified Repeat Property and Identity Theft Crimes; Requires Addiction Treatment for Certain Offenders.
  • Yes
  • No
  • 14217
  • 8529
Measure 58 Prohibits Teaching Public School Student in Language Other Than English for More Than Two Years.
  • Yes
  • No
  • 10496
  • 12404
Measure 59 Creates an Unlimited Deduction for Federal Income Taxes on Individual Taxpayers' Oregon Income-Tax Returns.
  • Yes
  • No
  • 7804
  • 14781
Measure 60 Teacher "Classroom Performance," Not Seniority, Determines Pay Raises; "Most Qualified" Teachers Retained, Regardless of Seniority.
  • Yes
  • No
  • 9333
  • 13615
Measure 61 Creates Mandatory Minimum Prison Sentences for Certain Theft, Identity Theft, Forgery, Drug, and Burglary Crimes.
  • Yes
  • No
  • 11183
  • 11746
Measure 62 Amends Constitution: Allocates 15% of Lottery Proceeds to Public Safety Fund for Crime Prevention, Investigation, Prosecution.
  • Yes
  • No
  • 8305
  • 14270
Measure 63 Exempts Specified Property Owners from Building Permit Requirements for Improvements Valued At/Under 35,000 Dollars.
  • Yes
  • No
  • 10564
  • 12240
Measure 64 Penalizes Person, Entity for Using Funds Collected With "Public Resource" (Defined) for "Political Purpose" (Defined).
  • Yes
  • No
  • 11316
  • 11131
Measure 65 Changes General Election Nomination Processes for Major/Minor Party, Independent Candidates for Most Partisan Offices.
  • Yes
  • No
  • 7729
  • 14040
Measure No. 21-123 - Lincoln County Library District - Local Option Tax for Library Funding
  • Yes
  • No
  • 5948
  • 6815
Measure No. 21-124 - City of Newport - General Obligation Bonds for Water System Improvements
  • Yes
  • No
  • 3163
  • 1374
Measure No. 21-125 - City of Depoe Bay - Local Option Tax Levy Authorization for Law Enforcement
  • Yes
  • No
  • 290
  • 467
Measure No. 21-126 - City of Depoe Bay - Amend Depoe Bay City Charter - Section 9, Mayor
  • Yes
  • No
  • 279
  • 469
Measure No. 21-127 - Bear Creek Hideout No 2 Road District - Formation of Bear Creek Hideout No 2 Special Road District
  • Yes
  • No
  • 20
  • 0
Measure No. 21-128 - Tawn Mar Road District - Formation of Tawn Mar Special Road District
  • Yes
  • No
  • 4
  • 4
Measure No. 21-129 - Port of Alsea - Port of Alsea General Obligation Bond Authorization
  • Yes
  • No
  • 1513
  • 2459
Measure No. 21-130 - Yachats Rural Fire Protection District - Renewal of Local Option Tax for the Yachats Fire District
  • Yes
  • No
  • 860
  • 510
Measure No. 21-131 - Seal Rock Rural Fire Protection District - Five Year Local Option Tax for Seal Rock RFPD
  • Yes
  • No
  • 732
  • 728
Measure No. 21-132 - Port of Toledo - Port of Toledo, Oregon General Obligation Bond Authorization
  • Yes
  • No
  • 1721
  • 2199