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November 03, 2004

Oregon's 35: now a 17-vote lead

This AP results page, which seems slightly fresher than the Secretary of State page linked to earlier, now lists the "yes" side as having moved into a 17-vote lead over the "no" side, 611,490 votes to 611,473. However, it says that the number of precincts reporting is still only 691 of 1,004, which leaves hope that the final tally will not be as close, or as susceptible to litigation, as that.

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