Posts tagged ‘Lane County Politics’

2017 Jail Levy Increase Over 2013 by Eugene Ward

The greatest increases were among two of the south Eugene wards (1 and 2) and the northwest Eugene ward 6.

Source of data: Lane County Elections

May Special Turnout by Eugene Ward

Ward 2, in the south hills, had the highest and Ward 3, around the University of Oregon, had the lowest turnout.

Source of data: Lane County Elections

2017 Jail Levy Yes Pct. by City of Eugene Ward

All wards overwhelmingly supported the jail levy. The south Eugene wards (wards 1, 2 and 3) were the most supportive.

Source of data: Lane County Elections

2017 Jail Levy Increase Over 2013 by Lane Commissioner District

All districts saw strong increases. The greatest were in the Eugene districts and the least was in the Springfield district.

Source of data: Lane County Elections

2017 Jail Levy Increase on 2013 by Lane Region

All areas improved over 2017. Eugene, which was already the most supportive, increased by the most.

Source of data: Lane County Elections.

May Special Ballot Return Rate by Lane Co. Comm. District

West Lane started returning ballots earlier than the other districts and just kept increasing its turnout margin.

Source of data: Lane County Elections

May Special Ballot Return Rate by Lane County Region

Rural Lane County returned ballots the fastest and returned the highest percentage.

Source of data: Lane County Elections

2017 Lane Jail Levy Yes Pct. by Commissioner District

All areas supported the jail levy was extraordinarily wide margins. As one would expect, the most supportive areas were the Eugene districts. Next came Springfield and the rural districts were the least supportive.

Source of data: Lane County Elections.

2017 Jail Levy Yes Pct. by Lane Region

All areas of the county supported the jail levy by very wide margins. Eugene was the most supportive, then Springfield and, finally, the rural areas. Although the support was overwhelming nearly everywhere, there was a significant gap between the City of Eugene and the rest of the county.

Source of data: Lane County Elections.

May Special Turnout by Lane Co. Comm. District

The turnout in the West Lane district was significantly higher than in any other district. Springfield, as usual, has the lowest turnout due to its demographic profile.

Source of data: Lane County Elections