Official Results
State Measure No. 25
May 21, 1996 Biennial Primary

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STATE MEASURE NO 25
Amends Constitution: Requires 3/5 Majority In Legislature
To Pass Revenue-Raising Bills
County
Yes
No
Baker
2,035
1,223
Benton
5,739
7,456
Clackamas
33,605
26,078
Clatsop
4,115
3,239
Columbia
5,078
3,449
Coos
8,461
6,046
Crook
1,926
955
Curry
4,083
2,553
Deschutes
12,136
7,882
Douglas
12,572
8,126
Gilliam
482
255
Grant
1,499
795
Harney
1,626
834
Hood River
2,404
1,749
Jackson
18,255
15,373
Jefferson
2,125
1,214
Josephine
8,664
7,531
Klamath
7,741
4,387
Lake
1,293
729
Lane
35,511
32,751
Lincoln
6,736
4,976
Linn
10,865
6,641
Malheur
3,916
2,103
Marion
34,494
23,136
Morrow
920
572
Multnomah
52,469
62,869
Polk
6,167
4,928
Sherman
476
287
Tillamook
3,849
2,989
Umatilla
5,760
4,230
Union
3,596
2,177
Wallowa
1,657
902
Wasco
2,675
1,879
Washington
37,882
33,556
Wheeler
454
182
Yamhill
8,652
5,878
TOTAL
349,918
289,930

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