Oregon official loses bet with Ohio fans
Backers file suit to get 4,600 Portland votes counted
GOP angered by professor’s comments
To the editor: Voters are told to vote, cast their ballot. It is their responsibility to do so but, without having studied the issues, they should stay home. For example, voting yes for the use of marijuana when they do not know the devastating results.
GRANTS PASS — Sen. Ron Wyden moved forward Thursday on his plan to get two top-priority bills — one to implement Klamath Basin water agreements and the other to boost logging in Western Oregon — through the lame-duck session of Congress before Democrats lose their majority in the Senate.
To the editor: To Mosier Fire District Voters – We are currently being asked to vote in a special recall election. As members of the Mosier Community we would like to encourage each of you to make a careful and considered decision as you cast your vote.
To the editor: I want to thank all who have supported me in the past and present on the City Council and in all the other projects we have worked on together. We can truly be proud of all the accomplishments made over the past 25 years.
Winners see vote as a ‘clear mandate’ to bring change
Incumbent is grateful for voter support
Election results from Wasco County, as of 11:20 p.m., final.
To the editor: Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a fresh, new governor in Oregon who has established himself as a leader in his district and statewide through his hard work in the Oregon legislature? Dennis Richardson has pledged to create a healthy business environment to provide jobs to get our economy moving.
To the editor: Substance prohibition hasn’t worked since Adam and Eve took a bite of the forbidden fruit. If the fear of God wasn’t enough to keep them partaking, it seems awfully arrogant of a prohibitionist to think that somehow they can do what God Almighty could not.
To the editor: Earlier this fall, I was blessed with the opportunity to canvass on behalf of U.S. congressional candidate Aelea Christofferson.
To the editor: There are only a few days left in the election season and, like most of the people I know, I am ready for it to be over.
To the editor: On ‘The Great Pot Debate’ televised Sunday morning, the reasons given to legalize pot were that it would be regulated ‘for adults’ (alcohol is?) and it would decriminalize the use of pot and control the quality. An advertisement by Washington’s King County Sheriff John Urquhart says drug arrests for DUII (driving under the influence of intoxicants) are down. Really? When the availability of drugs is up?