OREGON 7 Electoral Votes
Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Oregon Secretary of State)
Total Population, April 1, 2000 3,421,399
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000 2,530,000  % change from '96  +5.2
Total Registration, Nov. 2000  1,954,006
Dem. 769,195 (39.37%)   Rep. 699,179 (35.78%)   NAV 428,406 (21.92%)   Others 57,226 (2.93%)
Oregon has: 36 counties, 240 incorp. cities.
Five largest counties: Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Lane, Marion.
Five largest cities: Portland, Eugene, Salem, Gresham, Beaverton.

Government
Governor: John Kitzhaber (D) First elected 1994; re-elected 1998.
State Legislature: Oregon Legislature   House: 25D, 35R  Senate: 13D, 17R
Local: Cities, Counties...   NACO Counties
U.S. House: 4D, 1R - 1. D.Wu (D) | 2. G.Walden (R) | 3. E.Blumenauer (D) | 4. P.DeFazio (D) | 5. D.Hooley (D).
U.S. Senate: Gordon Smith (R) up for re-election in 2002, Ron Wyden (D) re-elected 1998.
Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
State Legislature: All 60 House seats and 15 of 30 Senate seats were up.  Republicans retained control of both chambers, although Democrats narrowed the margins. House: 27D, 33R  Senate: 14D, 16R.
U.S. House: No changes in the delegation.

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General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Past Results
1996
Clinton (Dem.).......649,641 (47.15)
Dole (Rep.)............538,152 (39.06)
Perot (Ref.)...........121,221
(8.79)
Nader (Pac.)............49,415
(3.59)
Others (4+misc.)......19,331
(1.40)
Total........1,377,760

1992
Clinton (Dem.).......621,314 (42.48)
Bush (Rep.)............475,757 (32.53)
Perot (IIPO)...........354,091
(24.21)
Others (2 + w/ins)....11,481
(0.78)
Total........1,462,643

Results
2000
Buchanan/Foster (Ind.)
7,063
(0.46)
Bush/Cheney (Rep.)
713,577
(46.52)
Nader/LaDuke (Pac.)
77,357
(5.04)
Hagelin/Goldhaber (Ref.)
2,574
(0.17)
Phillips/Frazier (Const.)
2,189
(0.14)
+Gore/Lieberman (Dem.)
720,342
(46.96)
Browne/Olivier (Lib.)
7,447
(0.49)
Misc.
3,419
(0.22)
Total........1,533,968

1,559,215 total ballots counted; on 25,247 ballots (1.6%) no vote for President was recorded--due to under or over votes.

The election was conducted entirely by mail. 
First day for mailing ballots: Oct. 20, 2000.  Registration deadline: Oct. 17, 2000.

Overview
In 1996 Oregon provided the best showing of any state for Ralph Nader's "non-campaign."  With Nader running an active campaign this time around, great attention focused on how much the Nader factor would hurt Vice President Gore's chances.  Oregon became a closely fought battleground state.  In the end, however, the Gore-Lieberman ticket did prevail, winning the state's 7 electoral votes by a plurality of 6,765 votes (0.44 percentage points).  Bush carried 28 counties to Gore's 8, but Gore's plurality of more than 100,000 votes in Multnomah County (Portland) won the day.  Voters faced "the most complex state ballot in Oregon's history;" in addition to the various candidate races, 26 state measures crowded the ballot.
General Election Activity

 
Primary Date:  Tuesday, May 16, 2000
CandidatesConduct of Elections
Republican Primary
Total Vote Percent
+George W. Bush 292,522 83.62%
Alan Keyes
46,764
13.37%
Misc.
10,545
3.01%
Total 349,831

Total Delegates
24 of 2,066 (1.2%).
 
Democratic Primary
Total Vote Percent
+Al Gore 300,922 84.86%
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. 38,521 10.86%
Misc.
15,151
4.27%
Total 354,594

Total Pledged Delegates
47 of 3,537 (1.3%).
Total Delegates
59 of 4,335 (1.4%).

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.
 
 
 

Recent Electoral History (General Elections)
1998 U.S. Senate Ron Wyden (D) 682,425 61.05
John Lim (R) 377,739 33.79
Others 57,583 5.15
Total 1,117,747
1998 Governor John Kitzhaber (D) 470,082 64
unofficial Bill Sizemore (R) 222,382 30
Others 6
Total
1996 U.S. President  Bill Clinton (D) 649,641 47.15
Bob Dole (R) 538,152 39.06
Ross Perot (REF) 121,221 8.79
Ralph Nader (PAC) 49,415 3.59
Others 19,331 1.40
Total 1,377,760
1996 U.S. Senate Gordon Smith (R) 677,336 49.80
Tom Bruggere (D) 624,370 45.90
Others 58,524 4.30
Total 1,360,230
1996 U.S.Senate Ron Wyden (D) 571,739 48.38
(Jan.30 Special) Gordon Smith (R) 553,519 46.84
Others 56,392 4.77
Total 1,181,650
1994 Governor John Kitzhaber (D) 622,083 50.9
Denny Smith (R) 517,874      42.4
Others 81,053 6.7
Total 1,221,010
1992 U.S. President Bill Clinton (D) 621,314 42.48
George Bush (R) 475,757 32.53
Ross Perot  (I) 354,091 24.21
Total 1,462,643
1992 U.S. Senate Bob Packwood (R) 717,455 52.14
Les AuCoin (D) 639,851 46.50
Total 1,376,033

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