Oregon Presidential Debate Cancelled

March 19 debate is cancelled.

From ORP Chair Allen Alley, “Our partners Oregon Public Broadcasting, Public Broadcasting System, National Public Radio and The Washington Times did everything we could to accommodate the candidates, including exploring change of dates and venues – but in the end, we could not accommodate all of their schedules…We had tremendous engagement from each of the candidates. They sincerely tried to work with us and indicated that they will see us later this year. Their interest in coming to Oregon verifies that our 28 delegates will be important as they calculate a path to 1144 and the nomination.”

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  • Killroy

    Oregon is irrelevant in the national scene. Completely. This proves it.

    • scatcatpdx

       I have to disagree, Oregon is irrelevant to the GOP no to the democrats and liberal groups like move on  and George Soros’  bus project. Liberals had poured 2,000,0000 int the recent special election.

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