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Portland's street-fronts in the Pearl and Downtown cover up in case of vandalism.

PMG PHOTO: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - Workers board up offices on Southwest 10th Avenue and Washington Street.

Businesses were still boarding up at 3 p.m. on Election Day in anticipation of graffiti, broken windows and looting.

PMG PHOTO: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - Bike Gallery boarded on Southwest 10th Avenue.

Some downtown stores have stayed covered since the riots of May 29, when the Pioneer Place mall and Apple store were at the epicenter of looting. Others now have joined the fray.

PMG PHOTO: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - Whole Foods in the Pearl District freshly boarded up.

Whole Foods in the Pearl District was clad in wood Tuesday afternoon.

PMG PHOTO: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - Amazon's pick-up location on Southwest Jefferson was boarded up Tuesday for protection in case of election night vandalism.

Workers scrambled to cover the windows of the Yes office building on Southwest 10th Avenue and Washington Street ("creative space for lease").

PMG PHOTO: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - Washington Street businesses freshly boarded up.

Some businesses have gone south during the long summer of protests, including the infamous 7-Eleven at Southwest Fourth Avenue and Taylor Street, scene of many a fistfight and refueling stop.

PMG PHOTO: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - Downtown stores tagged and overpainted.

Portland City Hall has been boarded up for months, and the fence remains around the Hatfield Federal Courthouse.

PMG PHOTO: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - City Hall remains boarded up.

Likewise the 7-Eleven downtown, which went out of business in September.

PMG PHOTO: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - The notorious 7-Eleven at Southwest Fourth and Taylor went out of business in September.

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