PORTLAND, Ore. — Today, Nov. 5, was election day in Oregon and Washington.

You had until 8 p.m. to drop off your ballot in Oregon. In Washington, you were allowed to mail your ballot through Tuesday, but it had to be postmarked by Nov. 5.

Election results started coming in after 8 p.m. You can find the results below for the most important measures in Multnomah County, Clackamas County, Washington County. You can also find the results for every Oregon county and Clark County in Washington.

See Oregon statewide results here

METRO MEASURE 26-203 

Voters have authorized $475 million in general obligation bonds, estimated at $0.19 per $1,000 of assessed value annually, to continue regional programs that protect clean water, natural areas, access to parks and nature in Portland metro area. Because previous bonds are ending, the program isn’t expected to increase tax rates.

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CITY OF PORTLAND MEASURE 26-204

The city charter will be changed to increase protections of the Bull Run Watershed Closure Area, the location of the city of Portland’s primary drinking water source and hydroelectric facilities. The amendments to the charter will restrict access to the area, regulate allowed activities and limit land uses.

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CITY OF PORTLAND MEASURE 26-205 

The city charter will be amended to allow the city of Portland to enter into and fund mutual aid agreements with other government entities, tribes or utilities in the case of a significant natural disaster or other major disruption to water-related services.

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PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT MEASURE 26-207 

This local option levy of $1.99 per $1,000 of assessed value extended another five years. The funds will be used to maintain teaching positions, class sizes, and classroom supports, such as reading specialists for struggling students.

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OREGON ELECTION RESULTS

WASHINGTON ELECTION RESULTS

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