Election Day: Results of top measures November 7 in Western Oregon
EUGENE, Ore. - Voters cast ballots in a special election Tuesday, deciding everything from street repairs to public safety to money for schools.
Election results are not final. The following numbers represent where the vote stands as of: 8:15 p.m.
Top races in Western Oregon include:
Eugene Street Repair Bond
City seeks a renewal of street repair bond. Voters approved similar measures in 2008 and 2012 to fund street repairs.
Douglas County Home Rule
The Home Rule Charter would replace the three full-time, salaried county commissioners with five part-time commissioners paid by a stipend.
Springfield Jail & Police Levy
City of Springfield seeks an increase in tax levy to cover costs of operating the municipal jail and police department.
Creswell Marijuana Businesses
Measure would allow recreational marijuana sales in portions of town.
Coos Bay School bond
Coos Bay School District #9 seeks nearly $60 million to construct new schools and upgrade existing facilities.
Lowell School Bond
The school district seeks $4 million to repair Lowell High School and Lundy Elementary.
Oakridge School Bond
Oakridge seeks a $6.2 million bond for facilities.
South Lane Fire & Rescue Levy
District seeks renewal of levy to maintain current firefighter and paramedic services.