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Dean Engine Still Chugging in Oregon


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As the John Kerry Express pulls out of Wisconsin with even more delegates in cargo, its piercing whistle has not yet derailed Oregon for Dean, which stubbornly chugs up the mountain of poor polls, los ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 18, 2004 Mark Baylis

Growing Greens

Ranks of Green voters swell, despite pull of some Democratic hopefuls.


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With an environmental law degree from Lewis and Clark College, Mandy Parkinson was a natural fit with the Pacific Green Party of Oregon. Four years ago, she cast her vote for Ralph Nader. But this yea ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 28, 2004 Mark Baylis

Welcome to Iowegon


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Like a lot of Americans, Michael Lafferty spent Christmas and New Year's days on an airplane. But he was drawn to Iowa not by family or friends, but by politics.The 51-year-old computer consultant fro ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 7, 2004 Mark Baylis

Double Espresso, Hold the "W"


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Ray Horn has had his problems with the Bush family before. As one of three owners of the Clackamas County News during the first Bush presidency, Horn used the senior Bush's likeness in an ad for his p ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 7, 2004 Mark Baylis

Dennis Who-cinich?

Portland lefties rally behind a long shot.


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Scanning the national press, you wouldn't know Dennis Kucinich from Dennis the Menace. Talk to some Portland progressives and you'd think he's the only Democratic candidate who can dethrone King Georg ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 17, 2003 Mark Baylis
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