By way of followup tracking, here's where Oregon has gone since the November election in the area of voter and party registration . . .
The grand total in registered voters has hardly budged, as of the end of February stats: 2,154,384 - up 491, hardly a blip.
But there were some changes. The biggest is the increase in numbers for the Independent Party - up 2,328 to 45,358, a bigger increase than anyone else got in that period. (Non-affiliateds increased by exactly 100.)
Both Democrats and Republicans dropped in registered voters. While Democrats dropped 669, Republicans fell by 1,979 - extending the registration gap between the parties by more than 1,000, to 238,039.