Republicans are expected to pick up control in at least one or two of the 12 gubernatorial races on the ballot, and they could even hit a modern-day record of states they control.
Oregon voters have elected a Democrat as governor eight times in a row, but Republicans are getting a bonus shot at the state's top office this year.
President Barack Obama endorses Oregon Gov. Kate Brown in a video that focuses on her ability to sign legislation that's been blocked at the federal level.
The candidate called his statement "ignorant and potentially dangerous" and said he has since been educating himself about domestic violence.
On this special Monday edition of the podcast, host Geoff Norcross is joined by OPB News Director Anna Griffin and Senior Political Reporter Jeff Mapes to talk about some controversial comments on domestic violence that came up in Friday's gubernatorial debate at the City Club of Portland.
GOP gubernatorial nominee Bud Pierce said Friday that he is unlikely to invest any more of his own money in his campaign for governor. Pierce, a Salem oncologist, has contributed $1.3 million to his own campaign
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown says she will be taking a stance on a ballot measure that would raise taxes on businesses, but she's not yet ready to do so.
We explore the politics of oil trains in the Columbia River Gorge and discuss what to expect from the fall debates between the major candidates for Oregon governor.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said she won't debate her Republican challenger until September at the earliest. Brown declined an appearance at the traditional opening debate.
State Democratic Party officials say that President Barack Obama will be in Seattle next month for a private fundraiser for Gov. Jay Inslee.
Tuesday night's Oregon primary answered many political questions going forward in the state. With so many races, measures and percentages to sort through, here are 10 key takeaways from Oregon's primary.