Jimmy Crumpacker has raised more money than anyone else in the Republican primary race to replace Rep. Greg Walden as of February 2020.

Jimmy Crumpacker has raised more money than anyone else in the Republican primary race to replace Rep. Greg Walden as of February 2020.

Courtesy of the Jimmy Crumpacker campaign

 

  

  • We talk with Oregon Health Authority Director Patrick Allen to get the latest on how Oregon is doing in our effort to flatten the curve, why we haven’t seen widespread COVID-19 testing in the state, and more

 

  

  • Arlene Schnitzer died Saturday after a long illness. She was 91 years old. Schnitzer transformed the Northwest art scene in the 1960s and 1970s and championed the work of local artists. She and her husband, the late Harold Schnitzer, were among Oregon’s most generous philanthropists. They donated more than $80 million to various causes and organizations, including OPB. Her son, Jordan Schnitzer, joins us to remember her.

 

  

  • After 20 years representing Oregon’s 2nd Congressional district, Greg Walden is retiring. Walden is currently the only Republican in Oregon’s congressional delegation, and members of his party are lining up to replace him. We’ll hear from the four most prominent candidates running for Walden’s seat in the Republican primary. First up is Jimmy Crumpacker, a former Wall Street commodities trader. He describes himself as a “businessman, not a politician.” This is his first time running for elected office. 

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