Baker County's two representatives in the Oregon Legislature were both re-elected by wide margins Tuesday.

State Sen. Lynn Findley, a Republican from Vale, defeated Democratic challenger Carina Miller with 67% of the vote.

State Rep. Mark Owens, a Republican from Crane, won re-election against challenger Beth Spell with 77% of the vote.

Both Findley and Owens did better in Baker County than in their districts overall.

Findley received 77% of the votes in Baker County, and Owens 78%.

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