Oregon Attorney General Considers Investigation Into Election Fraud
Oregon’s top attorney is considering whether to investigate if a crime was committed during the process of putting one of the more controversial initiatives on the November ballot.
2 Oregon Democrats Kicked Off Party Committee After Endorsing Republican
State Sen. Betsy Johnson and Rep. Brad Witt say they're surprised anyone still cares about the 2016 endorsement.
Richardson Axes Explainer On How Nonaffiliateds Can Vote In Primaries
The move to eliminate the mailing comes as the number of nonaffiliated voters is rapidly rising in Oregon under the new registration system.
How A Landmark Audit Could Change Oregon’s Child Welfare Department
Auditor Jaime Ralls outlines the findings of the year-long audit. Long-time foster care critic Richard Wexler says the problem is too many kids in the system. DHS says it's working to fix the agency.
Russian Hackers Attempted To Access Oregon Voter Information In 2016
The Department of Homeland Security informed Oregon officials Friday that Russian hackers attempted to access voter information during the 2016 election.
Fight Over Oregon's 'Sanctuary Law' Brings Immigration Policy Battle To The NW
Opponents of Oregon's "sanctuary law" are collecting signatures to put the issue on the ballot, and feelings are already running high on both sides.
Oregon Secretary Of State Wants Earlier Presidential Primary
Oregon would hold its 2020 presidential primary earlier in the year if Secretary of State Dennis Richardson gets his way.
'Sanctuary State' Repeal Campaign Takes Advantage Of New Oregon Rule
A new petitioning rule from Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson aids a group seeking to overturn Oregon's status as a "sanctuary state."
4 Big Questions That Loom Over The 2018 Oregon Governor's Race
Knute Buehler, a Republican Oregon representative from Bend, becomes the first major candidate to officially enter the race for governor. Here are the four big questions looming over the coming race.
Oregon Health Authority Says Medicaid Recipients May Still Be Eligible
The Oregon Health Authority is fighting assertions from the Secretary of State that it’s spending millions on health benefits for ineligible people.