Special Elections: Live results of the top measures in Western Oregon

The Lane County Elections Office says they've seen a low voter turnout for the May 2017 special election. (SBG photo)

EUGENE, Ore. - Voters cast ballots in a special election Tuesday, deciding everything from street repairs to public safety to money for schools.

Election results are not final. The following numbers represent where the vote stands as of: 8:15 p.m.

Top races in Western Oregon include:

Eugene Street Repair Bond

City seeks a renewal of street repair bond. Voters approved similar measures in 2008 and 2012 to fund street repairs.

Yes: 62%

No: 38%

Douglas County Home Rule

The Home Rule Charter would replace the three full-time, salaried county commissioners with five part-time commissioners paid by a stipend.

Yes: 24%

No: 76%

Springfield Jail & Police Levy

City of Springfield seeks an increase in tax levy to cover costs of operating the municipal jail and police department.

Yes: 68%

No: 32%

Creswell Marijuana Businesses

Measure would allow recreational marijuana sales in portions of town.

Yes: 15%

No: 85%

Coos Bay School bond

Coos Bay School District #9 seeks nearly $60 million to construct new schools and upgrade existing facilities.

Yes: 50.18%

No: 49.82%

Lowell School Bond

The school district seeks $4 million to repair Lowell High School and Lundy Elementary.

Yes: 71%

No: 29%

Oakridge School Bond

Oakridge seeks a $6.2 million bond for facilities.

Yes: 77%

No: 23%

South Lane Fire & Rescue Levy

District seeks renewal of levy to maintain current firefighter and paramedic services.

Yes: 78%

No: 22%

Looking for a race not listed here? Try Lane County, Coos County, Douglas County or the State of Oregon.

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