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State measure results

Blue Mountain Eagle

Published on November 8, 2016 12:01AM

Last changed on November 9, 2016 12:25PM


Following are statewide results as of noon Wednesday and the final unofficial results from Grant County.


Measure 94


Oregonians did not vote in favor of Measure 94 which would have amended the state constitution eliminating mandatory retirement age for state judges.

Statewide

Yes: 644,562

No: 1,098,064

Grant County

Yes: 1,095

No: 3,020


Measure 95


Oregonians voted for Measure 95 which amends the state constitution to allow investments in equities by public universities to reduce financial risk and increase investments to benefit students.

Statewide

Yes: 1,196,749

No: 506,683

Grant County

Yes: 2,349

No: 1,672


Measure 96


Oregonians voted in favor of Measure 96 which amends the state constitution to dedicate 1.5 percent of state lottery net proceeds to funding support services for Oregon veterans.

Statewide

Yes: 1,481,147

No: 290,820

Grant County

Yes: 3,433

No: 728


Measure 97


Oregonians voted against Measure 97 which would have increased corporate minimum tax when sales exceed $25 million; funded education, healthcare, senior services.

Statewide

Yes: 742,902

No: 1,070,764

Grant County

Yes: 909

No: 3,333


Measure 98


Oregonians voted in favor of Measure 98 which requires state funding for dropout prevention, career and college readiness programs in Oregon high schools.

Yes: 1,156,115

No: 603,055

Grant County

Yes: 2,116

No: 2,012


Measure 99


Oregonians voted in favor of Measure 99 which creates the “Outdoor School Education Fund,” continuously funded through Lottery, to provide outdoor school programs statewide.

Statewide

Yes: 1,176,422

No: 589,547

Grant County

Yes: 2,170

No: 1,972


Measure 100


Oregonians voted for Measure 100 which prohibits purchase or sale of parts or products from certain wildlife species; exceptions; civil penalties.

Yes: 1,202,613

No: 530,108

Grant County

Yes: 1,708

No: 2,391



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