Piluso, Gorsek coast to victory
No surprises in primary races
The unofficial May 20 election results from Multnomah, Clackamas and Hood River counties were updated at 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 21. Results will be updated as they become available.
House District 39:
Rep. Bill Kennemer 98.77 percent of votes, or 4,412.
No candidate filed.
The district encompasses an area including the communities of Eastacada, Eagle Creek, Boring and Damascus (south of Highway 212).
House District 49:
Bill Beckers (write-in candidate) as of election night, 91 write-in votes were cast, but no winner listed.
Rep. Chris Gorsek (unopposed) 99.16 percent, or 1,645 votes.
The district encompasses an area including Troutdale, Wood Village Fairview and a portion of Rockwood.
House District 50:
Dan Chriestenson (write-in candidate) As of election night, 366 write-in votes cast, no winner listed.
Carla Piluso 1,967 votes or more than 81 percent.
Beatrice Cochran 418 votes or more than 17 percent.
The district encompasses an area including the city of Gresham.
House District 51:
Jodi Bailey 1,672, or more than 67 percent.
Brandon Miles 778, or more than 31 percent.
Rep. Shemia Fagan (unopposed) 2,323, or more than 97 percent.
The district encompasses an area including West Gresham (Powell Butte), Damascus (north of Highway 212), Boring, Happy Valley and Sunnyside.
House District 52:
Rep. Mark Johnson (unopposed) 3,106, or more than 99 percent.
Stephanie Nystrom (unopposed) 2,646, or more than 97 percent.
The district encompasses an area including the communities of Hood River County, Sandy and the mountain villages, Boring, Corbett, East Gresham and Cascade Locks.