Follow EDN on Social Media |

HERMISTON — Oregonians passed Ballot Measure 112, the push to remove terms relating to slavery from the Oregon Constitution, 55.6% to 44.4%. But rural counties, including in Eastern Oregon, voted down the measure.

Baker County voters rejected the measure 71.7% to 28.3%. Union County voters rejected it 68.6% to 31.4%. Grant County voted it down 71.9% to 28.1%. Morrow County said no 72.6% to 27.4%. Umatilla County voters were against the measure 69.1% to 30.9%.

Election 2022 logo (NEW).jpg

#placement_575850_0_i{ display: block !important;
#placement_575850_0_i{width:100%;margin:0 auto;}

Sen. Bill Hansell.jpg


Dale Primmer.jpg


Original Article: Source