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PORTLAND – Ballots are due by 8 p.m. in Oregon’s primary election.
About half the voters have already cast ballots, meaning new allegations against Republican Senate candidate Monica Wehby are unlikely to shake up the race.
A police report says her ex-husband called police to accuse her of harassing him as they were going through a divorce in 2007.
Also on the ballot, both parties are selecting nominees for governor, though Republican Dennis Richardson and Democratic incumbent John Kitzhaber are facing little opposition in their own parties.
There are 20 contested legislative races, including two close races where grassroots challengers are taking on Republican incumbents.
Nonpartisan local races and measures will be decided in many areas. They include a massive school bond vote in Beaverton and efforts to restrict the cultivation of genetically modified crops in two southern counties.
FM News 101 KXL has complete coverage online and on air. Kremer and Abrams will bring you the first ballot counts, winners and losers, plenty of analysis and take your calls from 7-10pm. To get results sent right to your phone, text “Elect” to 68683.
Want to learn more about the races? Check out KXL’s five-part election series.
Turnout in the state’s most populated county, Multnomah is just over 24% as of this morning. It’s also 21% in Clackamas County.
Postmarks do not count in Oregon’s vote by mail. If you still haven’t returned your ballot, find a lost of the drop sites statewide below.
• A-Boy Supply: 7365 SW Barbur Blvd.
• Goodwill Store: 3134 N Lombard St.
• McDonald’s Restaurant: 2010 NE 39th Ave. (Box location: west side of Northeast 40th Avenue between Northeast Tillamook and Hancock streets)
• Multnomah County Elections: 1040 SE Morrison St.
• Multnomah County Libraries
• Pioneer Courthouse Square: 700 block of SW Broadway (next to Starbucks and across from Nordstrom)
• Banks Public Library: 111 Market St
• Beaverton Library: 12375 SW 5th St
• Cedar Mill Library: 12505 NW Cornell Rd
• Charles D Cameron Public Services Building: 155 N First Ave, Hillsboro (rear entrance of building at First & Main)
• Cornelius City Hall:, 1355 N Barlow St
• Forest Grove City Library: Pacific Ave & Birch St
• Garden Home Library: 7475 SW Oleson Rd
• Hillsboro Main Library: 2850 NE Brookwood Pkwy
• King City City Hall: 15300 SW 116th Ave
• North Plains City Hall: 31360 NW Commercial St
• Shute Park Library: 775 SE 10th Avenue
• Sherwood City Hall: 22560 SW Pine St
• Tigard City Hall: 13125 SW Hall Blvd
• Tualatin City Council Building: 18880 SW Martinazzi Ave
• Washington County Elections Office: 3700 SW Murray Boulevard (front lobby drop slot at Murray & Millikan Way)
• West Slope Library: 3678 SW 78th Ave
• Canby City Hall, 82 N. Holly Street
• Canby McDonald’s, 709 SW First St.
• Clackamas County Elections: 1710 Red Soils Court, Suite 100
• ColtonTel, 20983 S. Hwy 211
• Damascus City Hall: 19920 S.E. Hwy. 212
• Estacada City Hall, 475 SE Main Street
• Estacada Library: 825 NW Wade
• Gladstone Library: 135 E. Dartmouth St
• Happy Valley City Hall: 16000 SE Misty Drive
• Hoodland Library: 68256 E. Hwy 26
• Lake Oswego Library: 706 4th St.
• Ledding Library of Milwaukie: 10660 S.E. 21st Ave.
• Molalla Library: 201 E. 5th St.
• Oak Lodge Library, 16201 SE McLoughlin Blvd.
• Oregon City City Hall, 625 Center Street
• Sandy City Hall, 39250 Pioneer Boulevard (drive-up)
• Sandy Library: 38980 Proctor Blvd.
• Sunnyside Library: 13793 SE Seiben Park Way
• West Linn City Hall, 22500 Salamo Road
• West Linn Library: 1595 Burns St.
• Wilsonville Library: 8200 S.W. Wilsonville Rd.
Drop boxes for all Oregon counties can be found on the Secretary of State’s website.