Oregon state elections, 2007
- This article is about the November 6, 2007 special elections in the Oregon. For general information on elections in the state, please see Elections in Oregon.
The November 6, 2007, Special Election, was an off-year election in which no members of the Congress, statewide offices, or members of the Oregon Legislative Assembly were scheduled for election. However, two statewide measures were referred by the legislature to the 2007 November Special Election ballot. While there were only two issues on the ballot, they touched on important enough issues that they attracted one hundred seventy-five arguments in total, both in favor of, and against them in the voter's pamphlet.
October 16 was the last day someone could have registered to vote in this election if this was their first time voting in Oregon. Because of a new centralized voter registration database, a voter previously registered could still move within the state, and could change their address until Election Day at 8 pm and still vote.
Modifies Measure 37; clarifies right to build homes; limits large developments; protects farms, forests, groundwater.
|Invalid or blank votes||7,836||0.68|
Amends Constitution: Dedicates funds to provide health care for children, fund tobacco prevention, through increased tobacco tax..
|Invalid or blank votes||4,677||0.40|
- Bradbury, Bill (6 November 2007). "Voters' Pamphlet" (PDF). Elections Division. Oregon Secretary of State. Retrieved January 1, 2009.
- Bradbury, Bill (6 November 2007). "Official Results – November 6, 2007 Special Election" (Website). Elections Division. Oregon Secretary of State. Retrieved December 27, 2008.