Oregon’s 2014 Election Takes Shape after Filing Deadline – with a Few Surprises

Sixteen members of the Oregon Legislature aren’t seeking re-election. Two will face primary challengers. And 24 won’t have any opponent at all in the primary or general election.

Oregon Legislator Calls for Shift of Public Funds to Credit Unions

This Oregon legislative update outlines Portland mayoral candidate Jefferson Smith’s push to create the Credit Union Depository Pool and gives up-to-date information about local elections and the upcoming state Joint Revenue Committee meeting.

Changes on the Horizon in the Oregon House

This Oregon legislative update explains how the Oregon House of Representatives will look different after 2012, as several House members have announced their resignation or are running for a different office.

Candidates Off and Running to Replace Oregon Congressman Wu

A primary election is scheduled November 8th to begin the process of replacing Oregon Congressman David Wu. A general election will follow January 31st. Wu’s resignation became effective at 11:59 Wednesday night, after he resigned in the midst of a scandal.

Salem Setting Up for Next Session, Election

This Oregon legislative update covers various leadership and staffing changes in Salem, including a new Oregon House Democratic leader.