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Local Lunch

March 20, 2009 4 p.m.

Grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup may not seem like the advance guard of a revolution, but that's exactly what Representative Brian Clem (D-Salem) is hoping for. Along with Rep. Tina Kotek, he's sponsoring House Bill 2800, which would provide up to $19 million in state money for schools that spend some of their federal dollars on Oregon food. What's Oregon food? Anything that was "produced, packaged, packed or processed" in the state. This is where the grilled cheese sandwiches come in.

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Remembering Former Congressman Wes Cooley

Feb. 5, 2015 8:25 p.m.

We'll talk with OPB political analyst Bill Lunch, about the one-term congressman who died Wednesday in a Bend hospital.

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CD-1 Election Night Returns

Feb. 1, 2012 5 a.m.

1/31/12 8:50PM UPDATE: Suzanne Bonamici has won the race and will become the representative for Oregon’s First Congressional District. Today, voters in the First Congressional District pick their candidate to fill former Congressman David Wu's vacant seat. Think Out Loud is live tonight at 9pm and we'll sit down with OPB political analyst Bill Lunch to pore over the results, what they mean for Oregon, and what they tell us about the national races in November. We'll also hear from OPB News reporter April Baer, who will be live at the Ecotrust building in downtown Portland with Suzanne Bonamici's campaign. OPB's Chris Lehman will also join us, live with Rob Cornilles's campaign at the World Forestry Center in Portland. Tune in for the results.

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The 2010 Election Divide

Dec. 6, 2010 5 p.m.

Last month John Kitzhaber won the governor's election by a one percent margin. But while seven of 36 counties favored him, outside of the Portland-metro area, some counties favored his opponent Chris Dudley by as much as 70%. No Democrat was ousted at the federal level, but Democrats lost supermajority status in the state Senate. And the state House, which was once dominated by Democrats, is now evenly split 30-30. According to a survey (pdf) that OPB and Fox 12* commissioned, half of Oregonians feel optimistic about the election results, but the other half feels pessimistic. Statistically, the correlating factors show that those feeling optimistic tend to be Democrats residing in urban areas, and those who feel pessimistic tend to be Republicans in rural areas. Of course, there is much more nuance to the survey results, but purely by the numbers, these statistics point to a dividing line between rural and urban Oregon. The idea of a rural-urban divide is not new — in Oregon and many other states. Across America, people in small towns and big cities often have contrasting ideologies. But the history of Oregon politics shows times when rural Oregon was predominantly democratic and Portland was largely republican. Various factors like the mechanization of agriculture and environmental issues like the spotted owl led to fundamental shifts in political leanings. One way to understand Oregon politics today is to explore Oregon politics in the past. 

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Election Night Special 2010

Nov. 3, 2010 3 a.m.

It's election night 2010. Tonight we'll bring you the local results from the Northwest as they come in and we want to hear from you. Follow the results on OPB News and let us know your thoughts about the results as they happen.

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66 and 67 Have Passed. Now What?

Jan. 27, 2010 5 p.m.

After an expensive and often rancorous battle, measures 66 and 67 passed on Tuesday night by a wider margin than expected. But there are still — there are always! — questions. First and foremost: Now what? What will these tax measures mean for Oregon? What budget or fiscal measures should the legislature focus on in their upcoming session? Does this "band-aid," as some have called these revenue measures, mean that a more wholesale revenue restructuring is less likely?

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OPB Election Coverage

Nov. 5, 2014 4 a.m.

Tune in to OPB for live updates and analysis on election night.

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The Changeover: Attorney General

Jan. 15, 2009 8 a.m.

How much will Obama's AG pick change?

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The Morning After

Nov. 5, 2008 8 a.m.

Now what?

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Election Night Special

Nov. 4, 2008 8 a.m.

What races or measures, bonds or levies, have you biting your fingernails?

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Leadership Giving Events

March 24, 2015 11:39 p.m.

Events for OPB President's Council, Cornerstone Society, Nova Society. May, 2015: Bill Moyers and Judith Davidson Moyers.


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March 9, 2015 9:48 p.m.

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Oregon's Working Poor

Sept. 25, 2014 5:50 p.m.

Recent Census figures show more than 15 percent of Oregonians are living in poverty. Many of them are working, but every month they struggle to pay the bills.

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Nova Society, President's Council & Cornerstone Society

March 24, 2015 11:37 p.m.

Join or Renew: Cornerstone Society ($1,000 - 9,999) and President's Council ($10,000+) to our Annual Operating Fund. Give by check, credit card, EFT/checking account, transfer of stock/securities or from an IRA via direct rollover, or recommendation from a donor advised fund.



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Door to Door Membership Campaign

March 11, 2015 4:32 p.m.

OPB Door to Door

Make OPB part of your legacy.

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Sept. 10, 2013 3:41 p.m.

OPB Legacy Society Members

The Denmark Project Series

March 11, 2013 11:30 p.m.

A majority of climate scientists agree – the planet is warming. We decided to focus on the impact of climate change on one small town – the town of Denmark, Oregon.

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