The passage of Measure 89 means the Oregon Constitution will have a new section saying the "equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the State of Oregon or by any political subdivision in this state on account of sex."
Oregon voters on Tuesday rejected Measure 90, a proposal to scrap Oregon's current primary-election system in favor of a "top-two" format.
Oregon voters on Tuesday rejected a measure that would have allowed people who cannot prove their legal status in the United States to get four-year driver's cards.
Aside from re-electing Governor Kitzhaber for his 4th term in office, Oregonians decided if pot should be legal and voted on the fate of GMO Labeling for food products.
Oregon Democrat Jeff Merkley was re-elected Tuesday to the U.S. Senate.
Despite a last-minute controversy that threatened to derail his bid for re-election, Gov. John Kitzhaber beat his Republican opponent state Rep. Dennis Richardson on Tuesday night to win a historic fourth term as the state's governor.
Democrats are fighting to keep control of the Oregon House and Senate as Republicans aim to pick up enough seats in Tuesday's election to regain influence in state politics.
A guide to the 2014 Oregon election, from ballot measures, to the governor's race, here is a breakdown of the issues.
If you haven't dropped off your ballot in Oregon for Tuesday's election, get ready to be reminded.
Oregon's statewide election campaigns have hauled in more than $43 million.
The campaign to legalize marijuana in Oregon has more than simply "liked" a Facebook app that helps people nag their friends to be sure they cast their ballots.
You don't often hear of a Democrat, who himself ran for governor, switch sides in an election year but that's exactly what happened Thursday.
Despite Cylvia Hayes’ recent admission to a “green-card marriage” in 1997 and questions surrounding whether her private consulting business benefited because of her relationship with the governor, Kitzhaber still has a healthy lead over his Republican challenger state Rep. Dennis Richardson of Central Point in the latest poll conducted for KATU by SurveyUSA.
In a letter sent last week to Senate President Peter Courtney and House Speaker Tina Kotek, Oracle CEO Safra Catz hints that the Legislature should pull funding for the lawsuit.