Bernie Sanders, who attracted millions of college-aged and young adults to his presidential campaign last year, is following through on a promise he made when he left the race: to promote younger leaders for the Democratic Party.
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Like many Oregon voters, OPB senior political reporter Jeff Mapes wonders whether Measure 97 means he'll pay more for groceries and other basics. He set out to answer that question.
Washington's voters are weighing in on dozens of races across the state Tuesday as they winnow their choices for offices ranging from Congress to the Legislature in the state's primary election.
Amidst usual attacks on Hillary Clinton, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and the news media, Donald Trump promised to restore timber jobs in Oregon.
Solomon Yue, a Republican national committeeman from Oregon, says he did win assurances that it will be hard for party insiders to spring a new nominee on delegates.
It’s our weekly roundup of the week in politics with Bill Lunch and Jeff Mapes. They discuss Sen. Jeff Merkley's endorsement of Bernie Sanders and John Kasich's support in Oregon.
Republican Bud Pierce and his wife, Selma, have now put more than $1 million into his race for Oregon governor, making them the biggest self-funders in state politics this year.
During her second State of the State address Friday, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown renewed her call for the legislature to approve a massive transportation funding package.