City commissioner candidate Jo Ann Hardesty celebrates her advancement to a November runoff election against Loretta Smith.
City commissioner candidate Jo Ann Hardesty celebrates her advancement to a November runoff election against Loretta Smith. Natalie Behring

We've survived another election night, ya'll. The final campaign mailers have been sent, the last doors have been knocked, and the election party balloons have been popped: But where does that leave Portland, the state, and our representatives in D.C.?

Multnomah County Elections report a 29 percent voter turnout this election, three percentage points behind the countywide turnout in May 2014, the state’s last midterm primary election. The state voter turnout looks nearly identical—at last count, around 29 percent of all registered voters had sent in a ballot.

Here's where things stand as of 9 am:

FEDERAL

Democratic nominee, U.S. Representative District 1: Suzanne Bonamici (92% of the vote)

Republican nominee, U.S. Representative District 1: John Verbeek (50%)

Democratic nominee, U.S. Representative, District 3: Earl Blumenauer (90%)

Independent nominee, U.S. Representative, District 3: Marc W Koller (44%)


STATE

Democratic nominee, Governor: Kate Brown (89%)

Republican nominee, Governor: Knute Buehler (55%)

Oregon Labor Commissioner: Val Hoyle (51%)

Democratic nominee, State Senator, District 24: Shemia Fagan (62%)


COUNTY

Multnomah County Commissioner, District 3: Susheela Jayapal (59%)

Multnomah County Commission Chair: Deborah Kafoury (71%)

Multnomah County Auditor: Undecided. November runoff between Jennifer McGuirk (41%) and Scott Learn (42%)

Multnomah County Sheriff: Mike Reese (97%)

Metro Council President: Lynn Peterson (84%)


CITY

Portland City Commissioner, Position 2: Nick Fish (63%)

Portland City Commissioner, Position 3: Undecided. November runoff between Jo Ann Hardesty (42%) and Loretta Smith (23%)

City of Portland Auditor: Mary Hull Caballero (99%)

Renew the Children’s Levy: YES (81%)