It's election night in Oregon, with dozens of bond measures and local candidates up for grabs. We'll be updating here with the highlights.
8:40 p.m.: It's still not linked from the Multnomah County Elections home page, but the first round of results are here. These initial results are for all ballots received through Monday, with 23% turnout. According to elections officials, turnout will be at least 32, going higher as remote ballot boxes come in.
8:48 p.m.: Initial results suggest a resounding 63-37 defeat for the $5 vehicle registration fee in Clackamas County that would help pay a small portion of the Sellwood Bridge project.
8:57 p.m.: For Portland schools, it looks like incumbents Ruth Adkins and Bobbie Regan are winning re-election - and Matt Morton is winning handily with 52% in a three-way race.
8:59 p.m.: Updated results should be imminent, but the first round had the Portland school bond losing 53 to 47, while the levy was passing 54 to 46.
9:04 p.m. The second round of election results are now up from Multnomah County at 23% turnout counted. No dramatic shifts yet. PPS school bond supporters are surely hoping for an election-day surge. We'll be waiting a while to learn if that happened.
Here's a twitter feed of election night results:
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