We'll give the award for closest general election result this year - possibly not statistically, but in raw numbers - to the contest for Washington County (Idaho, not Oregon) sheriff.
Incumbent Republican Melvin Williams defeated Democratic challenger Scott Crimin by one vote - 2,125 to 2,124. One more time: Don't ever let anyone tell you a single vote doesn't matter.
That's lot tighter than the commission race over in Clark County (Idaho), where Republican William Frederiksen beat Democrat Ernest Sill by five votes (out of 373 cast in the race; it's the smallest county in the Northwest). And there were, to be sure, just two state legislative decided by fewer than 1,000 votes, both involving Democratic incumbents, one who survived (Brandon Durst in Boise, 431 votes) and one who lost (Jerry Shively in Idaho Falls, 270 votes).