The citizens of Oregon spoke loud and clear Tuesday that they support Oregon's unique land use system by passing Measure 49. UPDATED! See below for more...
According to local news sources, Measure 49 has passed. It is also passing nearly statewide. The Measure modifies 2004's Measure 37, which radically reformed Oregon's land use system to favor builders. With this vote tonight, Oregonians reaffirm their devotion to a strong land use system.
Currently the measure is passing with about 61% of the vote and is passing in the following counties. The percentage in parenthesis next to each county's name is the percentage of votes that Kerry got in that county in 2004 (Data courtesy of CNN.com and BlueOregon.com):
Hood River (57%)
It is also above 45% but not quite passing in the following counties: