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November 03, 2004

Morning update

AP has now called the Wyoming results for the "no" side. (More from the Casper paper; it was close.) (Update Nov. 9: one of the two measures, on medical review panels, appears to have passed after all.) The Oregon Measure 35 results are still too close to call, with the Secretary of State's office showing an 1,800-vote lead for the "no" side among 1.5 million votes tabulated, and AP/OregonLive showing an edge for the "no" side of 542 votes among a slightly smaller overall vote total, with 898 of 1,004 precincts reported as having been counted. Otherwise, no change to report from the outcomes described below.

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