Indigenous organizers are holding a rally in support of the Indian Child Welfare Act on Sunday, Nov. 6, as the U.S. Supreme Court considers a case which could significantly alter the federal law that prioritizes the placement of Indigenous adoptees within their families or communities.
Cheri Helt, who owns a restaurant in Bend with her husband, and lawyer Christina Stephenson both want to be Oregon’s next labor commissioner.
Former Rep. Diego Hernandez had accused Kotek of threatening his career and legislative priorities.
Marion County Deputy District Attorney Brendan Murphy asked Judge Erious Johnson last month to sentence a defendant before the Nov. 8 election so voters could be informed about his candidacy.
Oregon teens haven’t been automatically pre-registered to vote for years when getting an ID or permit at the DMV, the Secretary of State’s office said Monday, affecting nearly 7,800 voters statewide.
Oregonians will vote on tightening gun laws, banning legislative walkouts and slavery and making health care a right
Analysts say five seats in the Portland and Salem areas, southern Oregon and north coast are highly competitive.
Either Jamie McLeod-Skinner or Lori Chavez-DeRemer would make history if elected.
Republican Mike Erickson and Democrat Andrea Salinas are vying for Oregon’s 6th Congressional District that’s one of the most diverse in the state.
Republicans hope ongoing frustration from pandemic school closures will win over undecided voters in November.