Website where I can watch Oregon election results?

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  1. Bigfoot

    Bigfoot
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    I've been to Oregon.gov and several TV station sites but I didn't find anything really usefull. Didn't find anything with the Google search either.
     
  2. KenPDX

    KenPDX
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    Take a look at the Secretary of State's site: Oregon Secretary of State Elections Division. Under what's new they are showing "daily returns." (i.e., how many ballots each county has submitted) It's my understanding that they won't start showing results until the polls have officially closed at 8pm.

    You can see the results of your local measures on your county's elections office website (e.g., Clackamas County Office of the Clerk - Elections Division or Elections > Elections Division Home Page).

    I seem to recall KPTV's website also had a pretty good system for showing results (and projections, which the government websites obviously won't do). I hope that helps.
     
  3. Bigfoot

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    Thanks for linking those Ken.
     
  4. C&H

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    When you say "watch", do you mean that you want a site that's posting tallies and projections for Oregon rests, or a site that will stream a local station's video feed?
     
  5. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn
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    Yes
     
  6. Bigfoot

    Bigfoot
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    :p

    Tallies, projections. :)

    I don't enjoy listening to talking heads all that much, too many dang words.

    The Oregonian page looks good. http://gov.oregonlive.com/election/

    The winners look like the same old, same old libs though.
     

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