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The Oregon State Capitol is seen during spring in this file photo. Voters in Oregon have just five statewide ballot measures to ponder in this November's election, and political pundits have a variety of explanations for the relatively small number. 

Results for selected races as of 11:49 a.m. Wednesday

Turnout – 32.9 percent

Governor (D)

Kate Brown; 277,387

Ed Jones; 29,425

Candace Neville; 25,496

Governor (R)

Knute Buehler; 128,471

Sam Carpenter; 79,577

Greg Wooldridge; 51,194

Jeff Smith; 4,150

Bruce Cuff; 4,037

David Stauffer; 1,834

Jon Edwards III; 746

Keenan Bohach; 666

Brett Hyland; 657

Jack Tacy; 466

Governor, Independent

Patrick Starnes; 5,286

Sky Allen; 2,103

Dan Pistoresi; 1,602

U.S. Representative, District 4 (D)

Peter DeFazio; 77,490

Daniel Arcangel; 6,544

U.S. Representative, District 4 (R)

Arthur Robinson; 29,939

Court Boice; 15,601

Jo Rae Perkins; 13,667

Michael Polen; 3,916

Stefan Strek; 2,213

U.S. Representative District 5 (D)

Kurt Schrader; 34,709

Peter Wright; 5,085

U.S. Representative District 5 (R)

Mark Callahan; 17,596

Joey Nations; 5,735

Robert Reynolds; 4,555

State Representative, 11th District (D)

Marty Wilde; 3,830

Kimberly Koops; 3,301

State Representative, 11th District (R)

Mark Herbert; 3,269

Joshua Powell; 1,157

State Representative, 23rd District (R)

Mike Nearman; 4,811

Kris Morse Bledsoe; 1,732

State Senator, 6th District (R)

Robert Schwartz; 4,065

Christine Ruck; 3,891

Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries

Val Hoyle; 322,658

Lou Ogden; 219,570

Jack Howard; 75,560

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