Midterm Election: Measure Results | The Source Weekly - Bend, Oregon

Midterm Election: Measure Results

Results from measures in Deschutes County, Redmond and the state of Oregon

In addition to voting on who will be Oregon's next governor and who voters want for Bend and Redmond leadership positions, a number of measures were on the ballot this year, both locally and in Oregon state.
Midterm Election: Measure Results

These are the most up-to-date election results from the measures on your ballot in 2022:

Updated as of 5am Wednesday

Deschutes County measures

Make county commissioner seats in Deschutes County nonpartisan
Yes: 61.06% - 57,928 votes
No: 38.94% - 36,949 votes

9-152 Psilocybin manufacturing and service centers in rural Deschutes County
Yes: 43.69% - 42,417 votes
No: 56.31% - 54,660 votes

9-155 Bend-La Pine Schools bond
Yes: 59.24% - 39,450 votes
No: 40.76% 27,145 votes

Redmond measures

Measure 9-150: Bonds to Construct New Community Recreational Facility to Expand Programs
Yes: 51.48% - 11,540 votes
No: 48.52%  - 10,876 votes

Measure 9-151: Five-Year Operating Levy for Park and Recreation Services
Yes: 39.80% 8,836 votes
No: 60.20% 13,366 votes

Measure 9-153: Declaring a Prohibition on the Manufacture of Psilocybin Products
Yes: 56.75% - 8,033 votes
No: 43.25% - 6,123 votes

Measure 9-154: Declaring a Two-Year Moratorium on Psilocybin Service Centers
Yes: 53.66% - 7,494 votes
No: 46.34% - 6,471 votes

Oregon state measures

Measure 111:
 Amends Constitution: State must ensure affordable healthcare access, balanced against requirement to fund schools, other essential services.
Yes: 49.92%
No: 50.08%

Measure 112: Amends Constitution: Removes language allowing slavery and involuntary servitude as punishment for crime.
Yes: 54.82%
No: 45.18%

Measure 113: Amends Constitution: Legislators with 10 unexcused absences from floor sessions disqualified from holding next term of office.
Yes: 68.01%
No: 31.99%

Measure 114: Requires permit to acquire firearms; police maintain permit/firearm database; criminally prohibits certain ammunition magazines.
Yes: 50.75%
No: 49.25%

Looking for results that are not listed here?  Find the results for state and local candidates on our Candidate Results page. For other races, see the Deschutes County Clerk's elections page. 
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