The following are unofficial final totals from Tuesday's election. Numbers reflect Clatsop County votes only, with state trends indicated.

LOCAL CANDIDATES

COUNTY COMMISSIONER

DISTRICT 1

Mike Beketic 297

Jeff Hazen 1,466

DISTRICT 3

Richard Lee * 1,115

Cindy Price 1,078

DISTRICT 5

Russell Earl 536

John R. Benson 298

Ann Samuelson 620

John Dunzer 184

Samuelson and Earl will contest the general election

CLATSOP COUNTY

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Joshua Marquis * 7,027

Elected unopposed (fourth term)

JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

18TH DISTRICT

POSITION 3

Mary Ann Murk 1,204

Cindee Matyas 3,725

Michael Dooney 1,822

Don Haller 2,617

Matyas and Haller will contest the general election

COUNTY MEASURE

MEASURE 4-113

Five-year local levy for the Clatsop County Fairgrounds operation and maintenance

Yes: 5,707

No: 4,282

Passed with 50.2 percent turnout, meeting state requirements.

CITY MEASURES

CITY OF GEARHART

MEASURE 4-114

Should the city of Gearhart grant a 99-year lease to the Chautauqua Center Association for a cultural center?

Yes: 305

No: 106

Lease goes to Gearhart City Council for approval, likely June 7.

CITY OF WARRENTON

MEASURE 4-115

Bond for wastewater treatment system

Yes: 687

No: 429

Despite earning more yes votes, the measure failed because of insufficient votes to validate. City Commission members may try again in November when the 50-percent turnout rule is not in effect (see story, Page 1).

NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, 1ST DISTRICT

Shantu Shah (D) 99

David Wu (D) * 4,009

Alexa Lewis (D) 300

Pavel Goberman (D) 95

Derrick Kitts (R) 2,098

Wu and Kitts will contest the November general election

OREGON

GOVERNOR

REPUBLICANS

Kevin Mannix (R) 794

W. Ames Curtright (R) 77

David Beem (R) 20

Bob Leonard Forthan (R) 5

Jason Atkinson (R) 926

Ron Saxton (R) 1,479

Gordon Leitch (R) 17

William Spidal (R) 28

DEMOCRATS

Pete Sorenson (D) 531

Ted Kulongoski (D) * 2,359

Jim Hill (D) 1,542

Statewide, Kulongoski (D) and Saxton (R) advance to contest the November election with Ben Westlund (Ind.)

STATE SENATOR, 16TH DISTRICT

Don Fell (R) 2,100

Betsy Johnson (D) 4,041

Both advance to general election

STATE REPRESENTATIVES

31ST DISTRICT

Brad Witt (D) 1,448

Mike Kocher (R) 665

Both advance to general election

32ND DISTRICT

Norm Myers (R) 1,491

Deborah Boone (D) 2,232

Both advance to general election

NONPARTISAN STATE OFFICES

LABOR COMMISSIONER

Dan Gardner * 6,269

Elected unopposed

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Susan Castillo * 4,523

Deborah Andrews 3,218

Castillo e lected statewide

JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT

POSITION 2

Paul De Muniz * 5,849

Elected unopposed

POSITION 3

Robert D. (Skip) Durham * 5,806

Elected unopposed

POSITION 6

Jack Roberts 3,272

Virginia L. Linder 2,948

W. Eugene (Gene) Hallman 1,503

Roberts and Linder will contest the general election

JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS

POSITION 5

Rick Haselton * 5,820

Elected unopposed

POSITION 6

David V. Brewer * 5,809

Elected unopposed

POSITION 8

Jack L. Landau * 5,807

Elected unopposed

POSITION 10

Rex Armstrong * 5,622

Elected unopposed

* Denotes incumbent

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