The May 2014 primary results provide clues about the fall election—and this state.
If the May 20 primary election reinforced one lesson, it’s that voters are paying attention.
saw through the specious claims put forth by Portlanders for Water
Reform, the group seeking t
Oregon is counting votes in the coming days-on May 20, to
be exact-to find out who voters want running their local government, and
which candidates they want to see facing off in the general e
We published our endorsements for the May 20 primary last
week, so we’re publishing the list again this week to remind everyone of
WW follows a
different path than most newspape
Big soft-drink money is pouring into the Multnomah County Chair’s race.
If you make or sell soda pop, you’ve got a lot to worry about from Multnomah County.
The county’s health
department has targeted sugary soft drinks as a top worry, especially in
the fight ag
No local government agency delivers more health care than Multnomah County.
Aside from running the jails, it’s the biggest thing the county does.
According to its latest budget, Multnomah County
OK, this week it’s actually two questions for the leading candidates in the May 20 primary election for Multnomah County chair.
But the questions to
Jim Francesconi and Deborah Kafoury are close
It’s a perennial query that politicians running for office
face, and we tracked down the answers from the leading candidates for
Multnomah County chair, Jim Francesconi and Deborah Kafoury.
Sure, we’re about to vote on fluoride, but also on issues about kids and open spaces. Here are WW’s endorsements for the May 21 ballot.
Many election battles vow an eye for an eye. But this spring’s fight is something even fiercer: a tooth for a tooth.
election—held in a season when voters might be understandably
A ballot-tampering probe highlights a history of problems under the Clackamas County clerk.
The news last week that a temporary Clackamas County
elections worker got caught filling in votes for Republican candidates
has put a cloud over the voting results in Oregon’s third-largest