Insider Index: This week in Salem, by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon political stories.
• 1,891,074: Ballots Oregonians submitted on time for Tuesday's election, according to the Secretary of State's office.
• 2,762,746: Eligible voters in the state.
• 71.9: Percent voter turnout in 2010, when Democrat John Kitzhaber beat Republican Chris Dudley in the governor's race. Voter turnout as a percentage of voters this year is unlikely to match that level, according to The Oregonian, but the state has also registered a massive number of new voters through automatic registration since 2016.
• 3: Incumbent Republicans ousted from state house seats by Democrats.
• 1: State senate seats captured from Republicans by Democrats.
• 395: Votes by which State Sen. Chuck Thomsen, R-Hood River, won reelection against Democrat challenger Chrissy Reitz.
• 22.2: Percent of the vote Knute Buehler received in Multnomah County, the lowest share for a GOP gubernatorial nominee in the county that's home to Portland since at least 2006, according to Willamette Week.
• 400,000: Doors the Brown campaign knocked on in the final 10 days of the campaign, Gov. Brown told reporters Tuesday night, in a press scrum videotaped by The Oregonian.
• 34: Percent of Oregonians who think the country is "on the right track," according to AP VoteCast, a survey conducted for the AP and Fox News by NORC at the University of Chicago.
• 66: Percent of Oregonians who think the country is going the wrong direction, according to the same survey.
• 8: Oregon counties where voters passed gun rights ordinances, according to The Oregonian.