FINAL RESULTS: Bentz heading to Congress, Wolfe keeps his job as sheriff, Vale mayor voted out

Workers extract ballots from mailing envelopes on Tuesday, Nov. 3, as the Malheur County Clerk's Office processed ballots at a pace ahead of the 2016 presidential election. (The Enterprise/Les Zaitz)

UPDATE: This report was updated to reflect new results released by Malheur County at 10:30 p.m.

VALE – Ontario lawyer Cliff Bentz can start looking for a home in Washington, D.C., as early election results show he is heading to Congress.

Meantime, Brian Wolfe doesn’t have to worry about turning in his keys to the Malheur County Sheriff’s Office as he appears to be winning another term as sheriff. He has held the office since 2011.

And Vale is getting a new mayor.

Malheur County voters turned out in a record number for . . .