Final Vote Results Won’t Be Known For Awhile

With the new “Postmark Rule” in Oregon, winners of a number of races in the primary election won’t be known for a few days.  Under the new rule in Oregon, any ballot postmarked by Election Day is considered on time even if it arrives at elections offices up to seven days after the election.  Wasco County Clerk Lisa Gambee says they will still do a first release of results after 8 p.m., then collect ballots from drop boxes and publish updated tallies later tonight, and then take ballots over the next seven days.  Results won’t be officially certified until mid-June.

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