From this morning's Oregonian:
An election-day voter stampede is expected to propel Oregon's highest primary turnout in 20 years, state officials projected Monday.
More than 800,000 voters cast ballots in the vote-by-mail election as of Monday, and elections officials predicted another 250,000 will drop off their ballots before today's 8 p.m. deadline.
Secretary of State Bill Bradbury estimates a turnout between 50 percent and 60 percent. […]
Oregon's 866,700 registered Democrats could set a record for primary participation. As of Monday, 52 percent of Democrats had cast ballots, compared with 38 percent of 672,600 registered Republicans and only 19 percent of 482,495 unaffiliated and other voters.
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