More than 46 percent of Oregon's voters turned in ballots this week for the May Primary.
WEA had endorsed three levies, and voters approved all three - the Tigard Police Services Levy, Washington County Public Safety Levy, and Washington County Cooperative Library Services' Levy Renewal.
Metro's homeless services measure also passed.
The organization does not endorse candidates, but followed several races closely.
As of this morning's count, it looks like Shemia Fagan and Kim Thatcher will be vying for votes come November to be the next Secretary of State.
In the Democratic primary for Secretary of State, Fagan is leading Mark Hass by
more than 3,200 votes
Going into November, Democrat Kate Lieber will face Republican Harmony Mulkey to be the State Senator for Oregon's District 14.
Voters re-elected State Senator Ginny Burdick in District 18.
In State House races, Courtney Neron (D) will face Peggy Stevens (R) for District 26; Wlnsvey Campos (D) will face Daniel Martin (R) for District 28; Maxine Dexter (D) will face Dick Courter (R) for District 33; Dacia Grayber (D) will face Bob Niemeyer (R) for District 35; and Rachel Prusak (D) will face Kelly Sloop (R) for District 37.
Metro Council District 3 will be a contest between Tom Anderson and Gerritt Rosenthal.
For Washington County, Sheriff Pat Garrett has been re-elected.
In the Washington County Commissioner races, Nafisa Fai and Jeff Hindley will compete for District 1, and Commissioner Roy Rogers has been re-elected for District 3.
For Clackamas County, Tootie Smith will become the new County Chair come January.
Commissioners Martha Schrader and Ken Humbertson both won re-election for their Clackamas County seats.
For the Beaverton Mayoral position, Denny Doyle and Lacey Beaty will be in a runoff vote for November.
Beaverton voters also passed a new city charter, which will change the operation management duties from the Mayor to a future city manager.
In Wilsonville, voters passed term limits for their city council.