Democratic Congressional candidate Jamie McLeod-Skinner talks t people at a Pendleton Farmers Market during her campaign for the 2nd Congressional District of Oregon.

Democratic Congressional candidate Jamie McLeod-Skinner talks t people at a Pendleton Farmers Market during her campaign for the 2nd Congressional District of Oregon.

Kathy Aney/East Oregonian

When Jamie McLeod-Skinner made a longshot bid to unseat 10-term incumbent Rep. Greg Walden, she said she always knew it could take two election cycles to get it done.

After holding Walden to his lowest percentage of votes in his congressional career, McLeod-Skinner is considering executing the second half of that equation.

On her campaign’s Facebook page, McLeod-Skinner encouraged her supporters to save their yard signs or banners for “future use.”

“I came to the mic for my concession speech and people were already chanting ‘2020,’” she said in an interview with the East Oregonian on Friday.

Read the whole story at the East Oregonian.