Campaign 2018
Other May 15 races:

Oregon Primary Election Results

Governor
House
Each district’s political lean

1

3

PORTLAND

SALEM

5

2

BEND

EUGENE

4

MEDFORD

1

3

PORTLAND

PORTLAND

5

SALEM

EUGENE

2

BEND

4

JOSEPHINE

MEDFORD

Races by district
District 1
Democratic Incumbent
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 21.9 points and Suzanne Bonamici (D) won by 22.6.
Republican
House District 1 - Republican Primary
Candidate Votes PCT
Democrat
House District 1 - Democratic Primary
Candidate Votes PCT
District 2
Republican Incumbent
In 2016, Trump won this district by 19.4 points and Greg Walden (R) won by 43.7.
Republican
House District 2 - Republican Primary
Candidate Votes PCT
Democrat
House District 2 - Democratic Primary
Candidate Votes PCT
District 3
Democratic Incumbent
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 46.7 points and Earl Blumenauer (D) won by 71.8.
Republican
House District 3 - Republican Primary
Candidate Votes PCT
Democrat
House District 3 - Democratic Primary
Candidate Votes PCT
District 4
Democratic Incumbent
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 0.1 points and Peter DeFazio (D) won by 15.8.
Republican
House District 4 - Republican Primary
Candidate Votes PCT
Democrat
House District 4 - Democratic Primary
Candidate Votes PCT
District 5
Democratic Incumbent
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 4.1 points and Kurt Schrader (D) won by 10.5.
Republican
House District 5 - Republican Primary
Candidate Votes PCT
Democrat
House District 5 - Democratic Primary
Candidate Votes PCT

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