EUGENE, Ore. -- All four measures put before Oregon voters in November 2020 look to be passing on election night.
Measure 107, which would allow state government to put campaign finance restrictions in place, is passing by about 77% of the vote as of 9 p.m.
According to Oregon State University political expert Christopher Stout, Oregon is one of just a few states that don't have campaign spending and contribution limits.
With 67% in favor so far, Measure 108 is also looking to pass. The measure would increase taxes on tobacco and vaping products.
A measure that would legalize and regulate psilocybin therapy is also looking to pass with 56% in favor.
Supporters of Measure 109 believe that it can promote mindfulness and help users see things in a new light. They point to studies from research institutions like Johns Hopkins that say the compound shows promise as a treatment for depression, anxiety, addiction and more.
Lastly, a measure that would radically change Oregon's approach to addiction and decriminalize the possession of small amounts of drugs is also doing well. Measure 110 has secured a yes vote from 59% of voters as of 9 p.m.