Primary: Tuesday, May 16, 2000
|Popular Vote||Delegate Votes|
|Floor Vote||Hard Total|
|Gore, Al||300,922 85%||58. 100%||47. 81%|
|LaRouche, Lyndon||38,521 11%|
|Total||354,594 100%||58. 100%||58. 100%|
|Voter Eligibility: Closed Primary, Polls Close at 8 PM PDT (0300 UTC)|
Delegate Selection: Proportional Primary
58 total delegate votes - 31 district / 10 at-large; 6 Pledged PLEOs; 10 Unpledged PLEOs; 1 Unpledged add-on
The Popular Vote above is based on official returns from the 16 May Primary. This election claims to be the nation's first regular primary election conducted entirely by mail. Bill Bradley is not on the Oregon ballot however reports indicate he has the support of 1 unpledged delegate.
16 May 2000: Unpledged delegate preference update: Gore 9, Bradley 1. Unpledged delegates appear in the "Soft Unpledged" field.
This Presidential Primary coincides with a state/local primary. These coinciding primaries tend to have an impact upon voter turnout.
Here's how we compute the delegate count:
Delegate Estimate: While the Congressional District vote is not yet available, Al Gore is sole candidate to receive 15% of the vote. Gore will probably receive the the 31 district, 10 at-large, and 6 pledged PLEO delegates.
Tuesday 16 May 2000: 47 of 58 delegates to the Democratic National Convention are allocated to presidential contenders based on the results of the voting in today's Oregon Presidential Primary.
The remaining 11 National Convention delegates consist of 10 Unpledged PLEOs and 1 Unpledged "add-on"; these 11 delegates will go to the Democratic National Convention officially "Unpledged".
The breakdown of unpledged delegates is:
The number of district delegates per congressional district in Oregon are:
total: 31 district delegates among 5 congressional districts
Oregon has 36 counties and 5 congressional districts: 32 counties are wholly within a given congressional district; 4 counties are divided among more than one congressional district.
UNDIVIDED COUNTIES (wholly within one Congressional District):
DIVIDED COUNTIES (split between more than one Congressional District):