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Who’s ahead in the Oregon 6th District House race?

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U.S. House, OR-6, 2022

500LV
Oct.3-5
500LV
Salinas
45%
Salinas
45%

Salinas

45%

Erickson

44%

McFarland

2%
44%
EricksonSalinas+1
400LV
Sep.29-30
400LV
Salinas
39%
Salinas
39%

Salinas

39%

Erickson

44%
44%
Erickson  Erickson+5
409LV
Aug.14-19
409LV
Salinas
34%
Salinas
34%

Salinas

34%

Erickson

43%
43%
Erickson  Erickson+9
500LV
Aug.10-14
500LV
Salinas
48%
Salinas
48%

Salinas

48%

Erickson

45%
45%
Erickson  Salinas+3
400LV
Jul.26-28
400LV
Salinas
40%
Salinas
40%

Salinas

40%

Erickson

47%
47%
Erickson  Erickson+7
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