Election results and election parties

In Oregon, ballots are counted by the individual counties. Get contact info and visit their websites here.

Most of us won't be doing our own county-by-county tracking however. The Secretary of State's office is compiling unofficial elections results - starting at 8 p.m. at OregonVotes.org. Expect these results to be the fastest and most accurate - since they're getting electronically uploaded directly from the counties.

Election results and news coverage will also be available from statewide media sources - including the Oregonian, KGW, KOIN, and KATU.

And, of course, you can always get results in person from the candidates themselves. The OLCV blog has a comprehensive list of election night parties.

Oh, and one more thing. Tonight, in Portland, at Ron Tom's (on East Sixth and Burnside), the Progressive Happy Hour crew has once again organized an election-night after-party -- an opportunity for all the campaigns to come together for a late-night celebration of the end of the primary season, and the beginning of the unified front for the general election.

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    "Now we sit back and play the waiting game. [pause] Oh, the waiting game sucks. Let's play Yahtzee!" --Homer Simpson

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    Oooh, I like the idea of the after-hours party for everyone. Let the healing begin! What better time/place to get over our differences and re-unite the local progressive movement? Okay, that may sound a bit idealistic, but I'm a liberal, what do you expect?

    [Oh, and not that it matters, but the bar is rontoms. All one word, no caps and definitely no apostrophe.]

  • Katy (unverified)

    Ha! I read that Homer Simpson comment before I read the name of the poster, that made me laugh out loud Chaaalie.

    Gotta say, Hillary giving a damn good speech in Kentucky right now.

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