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(Salem, OR)  --  State elections officials say Oregon voters turned in a record number of ballots for the November 8th election.  The Secretary of State's Office says the two-point-02-million ballots topped the old record of one-point-84 million, set in the 2008 general election.  Officials tell KOIN-TV more than 28-thousand of the ballots are being challenged and examined for problems including a missing signature or a signature that doesn't match the registration record.

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