Rep. Mike McLane on the passing of former Attorney General Hardy Myers

Salem, Ore. – House Republican Leader Mike McLane (R-Powell Butte) issued the following statement yesterday regarding the passing of former Oregon House Speaker and Attorney General Hardy Myers: “As Speaker of the House and as Oregon’s Attorney General, Hardy Myers … Continue reading

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Map shows incredible GOP swing

NW Spotlight, This map from the NY Times shows how the nation veered GOP in 2016 differently than in 2012.  

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9 Highlights of statewide & Legislative races

By Jason Williams 1. Dennis Richardson won Secretary of State (super nice guy beats unbelievably bad dude) Secretary of State Dennis Richardson (R) 48% Brad Avakian (D) 42% Paul Damain Wells (I) 3% Alan Zundel (PG) 2% Sharon Durbin (L) … Continue reading

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A million voters slam Measure 97…its just the beginning

By Taxpayer Association of Oregon, Measure 97 went down in flames with over a million voters (1,057,587) saying no — nearly 60% of the entire electorate (59% to 40%).   The extraordinary work of Rebecca Tweed and Erica Hagedorn pulled off … Continue reading

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Words from Oregon’s Trump chief

“I am very proud for Mr. Trump, Gov. Pence and our entire team.  Oregonians made nearly 100,000 calls into battleground states to help elect Mr. Trump.  I am grateful, and so is the President Elect.  Thank You!” – Jacob Daniels … Continue reading

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Statewide: Richardson leads SOS race

As of 10:30pm election night. Governor Kate Brown (D) 51% Bud Peirce (R) 43% Secretary of State Dennis Richardson (R) 47% Brad Avakian (D) 43%

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GOP edging only one seat pick-up in Legislature

As of 10:30pm election night, it looks like that out of the many open seats in the Oregon House (one in the Senate) that only one seat is trending Republican by a hair.  That is Senate Seat #3 Deboer vs. … Continue reading

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