Oregon

5 seats: 1R, 4D     R 52 ­

Even though Democrats hold four of five U.S. House seats and have carried the state in the last three presidential races, Oregon is trending Republican. Republicans could take two House seats in 2000, but missed a similar opportunity in 1998.
 
  1. David Wu (D), 1998 Vulnerable
  '98: 50 ['96: D 52 '94: D 48 '92: D 52]    D 51
 
  2. Greg Walden (R), 1998 Landslide
  '98: 62 ['96: R 62 '94: R 57 '92: R 67] ­ R 61
 
  3. Earl Blumenauer (D), 1996 Landslide
  '98: 84 U '96: 67 ['94: D 73 '92: D 77]   D 58
 
  4. Peter DeFazio (D), 1986 Landslide*
  '98: 70 '96: 66 '94: 67 '92: 71 ­ R 54
 
  5. Darlene Hooley (D), 1996 Vulnerable
  '98: 55 '96: 51 ['94: R 50 '92: D 64]   R 52
 

Oregon's results 1982 to 1998
Facts in Focus for Oregon 1982 to 1998
 


 
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