The next Portland mayor dispatched his would-be spoilers before sundown, eventually finishing with 54.7 percent of the vote.
He secured the Republican nomination to run against U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), despite never stating his position on the Easter Bunny.
The victor in the state's closest race, in a North/Northeast Portland House district, wins by 123 votes, becoming the only Native American representative in the Oregon Legislature.
The Portland pollsters not only failed to predict Sen. Bernie Sanders' win in the Oregon Democratic primary—they missed it by a whopping 28 percentage points.
The former state representative from Wilsonville left Salem in 2012 after admitting to sex with a staffer. He's not going back—Republican voters chose Richard Vial instead.
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Supporters of November's $3 billion corporate tax proposal saw dire omens when a city gas tax narrowly passed, receiving just 52.1 percent of the vote in tax-happy Portland.
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