Election 2018: The results are in

PHOTO BY SHELBY WOLFE/Newport News Times | Dana Jenkins, Lincoln County Clerk, collects ballots from the drive-up drop off site outside of the County Clerk’s office on Monday, Nov. 5.

The voters have spoken and the ballots have been tallied as of deadline on Tuesday evening. With some of the most crowded races the region has seen in years, here’s what has happened at the polls in Election 2018:



Lincoln County Commissioner

Doug Hunt: 10,680

Jenny Demaris: 9,967

Newport City Mayor

Dean Sawyer: 2,392

Dietmar Goebel: 1,931

Newport City Council

Three at-large seats available

David Allen: 2,834

Ryan Parker: 2,674

CM Hall: 2,444

Jason Nehmer: 2,161



Toledo Mayor

Rod Cross: 773

Billie Jo Smith: 483

Toledo City Council

Three at-large seats available

Betty Kamikawa: 813

Bill Dalbey: 695

Heather Jukich: 686

Michele Johnson: 503

Terri Strom: 497

Lincoln City Mayor

Dick Anderson: 1,394

Susan Wahlke: 1,374

David Dahle: 1,149

Lincoln City Council

Ward 1

Mitch Parsons: 853

Ward II

Diane Kusz: 632

Nancy Oksenholt: 376

Capt. Jack Sparrow: 210

Ward III

Rick Mark: 514

Mike Holt: 270

Larry Armstrong: 210

Warren Halcott: 75

Lincoln County Clerk

Dana Jenkins: 13,887

Depoe Bay Mayor

Robert Gambino: 612

Depoe Bay City Council

Position 4

Jerome Grant: 512

Position 5

Kathy Short: 573

Position 6

Barbara Leff: 602

Siletz Mayor

Willie Worman: 296

John Mosier: 89

Siletz City Council

Position 1

Jeff Clark: 194

Position 4

Leslie Button: 171

Gail Freer: 159

Waldport Mayor

Dan Cutter: 797

Waldport City Council

4-year term — three at-large seats available

Susan Woodruff: 715

Mark Campbell: 601

Paul Virtue: 576

2-year term — one at-large seat available

Greg Holland: 548

Cyndi Karp: 364

Yachats Mayor

John Moore: 302

Ann Stott: 221

Yachats City Council

Two at-large seats available

James Kerti: 278

Leslie Vaaler: 278

Barbara Frye: 227

Derek Ojeda: 118



Governor

Kate Brown: 834,207

Knute Buehler: 751,654
Patrick Starnes: 49,106

Nick Chen: 24,756

Aaron Auer: 18,873

Chris Henry: 9,693

State Representative, House District 9

Caddy McKeown: 15,921

Teri Grier: 13,365

State Representative, House District 10

David Gomberg: 17,371

Thomas Donohue: 13,025

U.S. Representative, District 5

Kurt Schrader: 176,469

Mark Callahan: 134,720

Dan Souza: 5,051

Marvin Sandnes: 4,083

Local ballot measures

Measure 21-188: Authorizes obligation bond to improve service delivery in Toledo Rural Fire District

Yes: 395

No: 693

Measure 21-189: Lincoln County second amendment preservation ordinance

Yes: 8,532

No: 14,380

Measure 21-190: Five-year local option to maintain and hire firefighters in Depoe Bay Fire District

Yes: 1,372

No: 1,150

Measure 21-191: Five-year local option levy to hire firefighters in Seal Rock Fire District

Yes: 809

No: 844

Statewide Ballot Measures

Measure 102, allows counties, cities and towns to use bond revenue for affordable housing even if they do not own the housing.

Yes: 587,717

No: 444,559

Measure 103, prohibits any future sales tax on “groceries.”

Yes: 719,161

No: 955,257

Measure 104, redefines raising revenues to include changes to tax exemptions, credits and deductions.

Yes: 574,633

No: 1,068,447

Measure 105, repeals sanctuary law.

Yes: 623,371

No: 1,049,361

Measure 106, prohibits public funds from being spent on abortions.

Yes: 604,835

No: 1,074,339

County Treasurer

Jayne Welch: 12,464

Rob McAfee: 6,672

Central Lincoln PUD

Subdivision 1

Paul Davies: 2,043

Ronald Benfield: 1,426

Subdivision 2

Jim Chambers: 2,597

Alma Baxter: 1,297

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