2020 Election Results in Clackamas Certified. Wilsonville elects, Fitzgerald for Mayor and Akervall and Linville for City Council.

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City of Wilsonville

(Certified by Clackamas County 11/19/2020)

Charbonneau has 2,526 registered voters and 93.19% voted this election cycle, the highest of all Wilsonville precincts. West Wilsonville, which includes Villebois was next at 88.78%.

Mayor – Open Seat (two candidates)

Julie Fitzgerald — 57.99% (7,548 votes) – Elected
Ben West — 41.70% (5,427 votes)

86.76% of registered voters in Wilsonville voted for Mayor.  Of the 13,000 votes cast for Wilsonville Mayor,  7,548 voted for Julie Fitzgerald and 5,427 voted for Ben West, with 39 write-ins.

City Council – Vote for Two (four candidates)

Kristin Akervall — 30.96% (6,476 votes) – Elected
Joann Linville — 29.09% (6,085 votes) – Elected

88.76% of registered voters in Wilsonville voted for Wilsonville Council.  All voters were given the opportunity to vote for at least two.  Of the 20,866 votes cast, 6,476 were cast for Kristin Akervall and 6,085 were cast for Joann Linville.  John Budiao received 5,328 and Imran Haider received 2,958.  There were 56 write-ins.

Clackamas County – County Commissioner, #4 

Mark Shull — 50.63% – Elected
Ken Humberston — 48.69%

Ballot Measures:

Measure 3-563 — Clackamas County Childrens Safety Services Five-year Option Levy Failed 56.93% to 43.07%

State Legislature:

State Senate (16 D-14R)

State Senator, 9th District — Fred Girod (R) 67.00%

State House of Representatives (37 D-23 R)

State Representative, District 18 — Rick Lewis (R) 70.26%
State Representative, District 22 — Teresa Alonso Leon (D) 56.67%
State Representative, District 25 — Bill Post (R) 56.65%
State Representative, District 26 — Courtney Neron (D) 54.05%
State Representative, District 39 — Christine Drazan (R) 62.22%

Metro:

Metro Councilor, District 3 — Garret Rosenthal 51.01%
(Tom Anderson 47.95%)

Measure 26-218 — Failed, No 57.76% to Yes 42.24%
Metro Funds traffic, safety, transit improvements, programs through tax on employers (0.75% of payroll for companies with 26 or more employees)

Special District Measures:

Measure 3-563 — Passed 78.51% to 21.49%
Canby Fire District Renewal of Local Option Levy for Fire and Emergency Medical Services ($0.45 per $1,000 assessed property value.

Measure 24-451 — Passed 66.53% to 33.47%
St. Paul Fire District Local Option Levy to Maintain Fire & Medical Emergency Response ($0.85 per $1,000 assessed property value.

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