The scandal surrounding John Kitzhaber’s fiancée could be enough to swing the governor’s race in Oregon, according to a SurveyUSA poll conducted exclusively for KATU News.
What does Republican gubernatorial candidate Dennis Richardson plan to do to sway voters to his side in his campaign to unseat Democratic Gov. John Kitzhaber?
Both sides of the battle over Measure 92 have raised more than $17 million combined.
A year ago, John Kitzhaber looked invincible. But Kitzhaber's pedestal began to fracture last October under the weight of the failed Cover Oregon health insurance website.
A Houston billionaire who has given $1.5 million in support of a ballot measure to change Oregon's primary election system says the proposed format is one of the few solutions to lessening dysfunction in Washington, D.C.
Oregon's Senate Republican leader is repudiating attacks that members of his party have made in campaigns against Democrats.
Both sides in Oregon's debate over whether to legalize marijuana are appealing to maternal instincts with the election less than three weeks away.
The Oregon Republican Party and a GOP state lawmaker have filed complaints with a state ethics panel over the role Gov. John Kitzhaber's fiancee has played in his administration.
Two Oregon legal experts agree legal recreational marijuana is coming to the state, but are on opposite sides of the controversial Measure 91.
Biotechnology giant Monsanto is ramping up its spending toward trying to defeat a November ballot measure that would require labeling of genetically modified foods in Orego
At first, legal pot wouldn’t bring as much of a windfall as you may think: Just $9.4 million initially. Then Malik says the market would become more efficient and the state then could expect about $20 million a year in revenue.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has contributed $1.25 million to the campaign for Measure 90, which would change Oregon's primary election system.
Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley and Republican challenger Monica Wehby stuck to familiar themes as they met in their only debate of the campaign.
Documents obtained by KATU News partner Willamette Week show staffers in Gov. John Kitzhaber’s office rewrote ethical guidelines for first lady Cylvia Hayes.
The draft report by Clyde Hamstreet, made public Tuesday, covers the period from mid-April through the end of August, when Hamstreet and two of his executives tried to straighten up the failing exchange.