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36 REASONS WHY MEASURE 114 PASSED BY 24,972 VOTES.

Voter turnout, county by county as of 6PM on 12/7/2022 are shown below. Some of the results are pathetic. Predictably, the highest support for the measure was in the cesspool of Multnomah County, with 75% to 25% in favor. The measure led in Washington County 62% to 38% and Clackamas County at 52% to 48%. The measure led in Lane County at 54% to 46% and in Deschutes County at 51% to 50%. All liberal strongholds. But there were THIRTY TWO other counties that could have helped change the results. And for those on the Eastside who harken for "The State of Jefferson" and are always saying "The State is always controlled by the valley and we don't have any say over here on what goes on in Salem so why should I even bother to vote?", well, you had your chance and you blew it. 2,987,421 registered voters in the State and only 1,968,623 bothered to show up. 65.9%. That was 1,018,798 lost votes. That's an average of one out of every three registered voters who were apathetic enough to never bother to vote. Those non-voters should be embarrassed and ashamed. They screwed all the law abiding gun owners and the businesses that trade in the firearms industry because they were too lazy to take 15 minutes to fill out a ballot and drop it in a mail box or a ballot drop-off box.

1. Baker County
BALLOTS COUNTED 8,823 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 12,957 TURNOUT 68.1%
4,134 DIDN'T VOTE

2. Benton County
BALLOTS COUNTED 45,805 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 60,910 TURNOUT 75.2%
1,505 DIDN'T VOTE

3. Clackamas County
BALLOTS COUNTED 216,731 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 314,010 TURNOUT 69.0%
97,279 DIDN'T VOTE

4. Clatsop County
BALLOTS COUNTED 20,349 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 31,146 TURNOUT 65.3%
10,797 DIDN'T VOTE

5. Columbia County
BALLOTS COUNTED 27,549 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 41,568 TURNOUT 66.3%
14,019 DIDN'T VOTE

6. Coos County
BALLOTS COUNTED 31,727 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 49,195 TURNOUT 64.5%
17,468 DIDN'T VOTE

7. Crook County
BALLOTS COUNTED 14,163 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 20,819 TURNOUT 68.0%
6,656 DIDN'T VOTE

8. Curry County
BALLOTS COUNTED 12,783 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 19,183 TURNOUT 66.6%
6,400 DIDN'T VOTE

9. Deschutes County
BALLOTS COUNTED 110,422 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 155,275 TURNOUT 71.1%
44,853 DIDN'T VOTE

10. Douglas County
BALLOTS COUNTED 55,033 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 87,761 TURNOUT 62.7%
32,728 DIDN'T VOTE

11. Gilliam County
BALLOTS COUNTED 1,013 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 1,413 TURNOUT 71.7%
400 DIDN'T VOTE

12. Grant County
BALLOTS COUNTED 4,215 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 5,644 TURNOUT 74.7%
1,429 DIDN'T VOTE

13. Harney County
BALLOTS COUNTED 3,858 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 5,611 TURNOUT 68.8%
1,753 DIDN'T VOTE

14. Hood River County
BALLOTS COUNTED 10,889 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 16,261 TURNOUT 67.0%
5,372 DIDN'T VOTE

15. Jackson County
BALLOTS COUNTED 105,451 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 159,831 TURNOUT 66.0%
54,380 DIDN'T VOTE

16. Jefferson County
BALLOTS COUNTED 10,082 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 17,003 TURNOUT 59.3%
6,921 DIDN'T VOTE

17. Josephine County
BALLOTS COUNTED 43,425 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 69,714 TURNOUT 62.3%
26,289 DIDN'T VOTE

18. Klamath County
BALLOTS COUNTED 30,423 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 50,430 TURNOUT 60.3%
20,007 DIDN'T VOTE

19. Lake County
BALLOTS COUNTED 4,038 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 5,604 TURNOUT 72.1%
1,566 DIDN'T VOTE

20. Lane County
BALLOTS COUNTED 185,478 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 273,479 TURNOUT 67.8%
88,001 DIDN'T VOTE

21. Lincoln County
BALLOTS COUNTED 26,486 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 39,511 TURNOUT 67.0%
13,025 DIDN'T VOTE

22. Linn County
BALLOTS COUNTED 61,992 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 97,550 TURNOUT 63.5%
35,558 DIDN'T VOTE

23. Malheur County
BALLOTS COUNTED 9,268 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 17,554 TURNOUT 52.8%
8,286 DIDN'T VOTE

24. Marion County
BALLOTS COUNTED 135,872 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 221,038 TURNOUT 61.5%
85,166 DIDN'T VOTE

25. Morrow County
BALLOTS COUNTED 4,129 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 7,010 TURNOUT 58.9%
2,881 DIDN'T VOTE

26. Multnomah County
BALLOTS COUNTED 368,674 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 566,617 TURNOUT 65.1%
197,943 DIDN'T VOTE

27. Polk County
BALLOTS COUNTED 41,826 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 62,874 TURNOUT 66.5%
21,048 DIDN'T VOTE

28. Sherman County
BALLOTS COUNTED 1,051 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 1,457 TURNOUT 72.1%
406 DIDN'T VOTE

29. Tillamook County
BALLOTS COUNTED 14,741 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 21,194 TURNOUT 69.6%
6,453 DIDN'T VOTE

30. Umatilla County
BALLOTS COUNTED 25,351 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 48,555 TURNOUT 52.2%
23,204 DIDN'T VOTE

31. Union County
BALLOTS COUNTED 12,640 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 19,246 TURNOUT 65.7%
6,606 DIDN'T VOTE

32. Wallowa County
BALLOTS COUNTED 4,651 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 6,323 TURNOUT 73.6%
1,672 DIDN'T VOTE

33. Wasco County
BALLOTS COUNTED 11,515 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 18,517 TURNOUT 62.2%
7,002 DIDN'T VOTE

34. Washington County
BALLOTS COUNTED 257,479 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 385,718 TURNOUT 66.8%
128,239 DIDN'T VOTE

35. Wheeler County
BALLOTS COUNTED 842 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 1,074 TURNOUT 78.4%
232 DIDN'T VOTE

36. Yamhill County
BALLOTS COUNTED 49,849 ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS 75,369 TURNOUT 66.1%
25,520 DIDN'T VOTE

We got screwed because of voter apathy.
 
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Seems it's too hard for some to read a document to color little circles in and mail it. Those thar complain about thier loss of rights yet won't vote deserve what they get in my opinion. It requires too much effort for some.
 
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just because someone didn't vote doesn't mean it was a lost vote for our cause!
True. However a non-vote is almost the equivalent to a "yes" vote for such a bad measure. And while hundreds of thousands (notwithstanding the dead or those who have moved out of state) of voters that failed to do their civic duties, they could have made the difference.
 
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Other than the Oregon “My Vote”, which only tells you if your ballot was received, is there a way to tell if your vote actually got applied toward a measure/candidate?

Say they didn’t think you filled out the bubble adequately on one item and didn’t count it…how could you find that out?
 
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Other than the Oregon “My Vote”, which only tells you if your ballot was received, is there a way to tell if your vote actually got applied toward a measure/candidate?

Say they didn’t think you filled out the bubble adequately on one item and didn’t count it…how could you find that out?
Seems to me they shouldn't know. Otherwise it wouldn't be a secret ballot. There's no way I know of that they could ID your ballot once it is removed from the mailing envelope.
 
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Seems to me they shouldn't know. Otherwise it wouldn't be a secret ballot. There's no way I know of that they could ID your ballot once it is removed from the mailing envelope.
Oregons "My Vote" website will give your voting status and whether your ballot was received. It does not give you details of your vote.
 

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