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Investigation Into Ballot Tampering Continues

By Jim McCoy Mon 5th November Newselection fraudelections
Clackamas County officials say investigators looking into a report of tampering by an election worker have so far found only one or two ballots that were filled in where a voter hadn't made a choice. But the county's legal counsel, Scot Sideras, said Monday officials are looking through other ballots the worker handled to see if the tampering was more widespread.Read More »

Jackson County Voters Make History In Electing Heckert, Other Results

Beth Heckert has been selected by voters as Jackson County’s first female District Attorney, defeating her two opponents with ease. Voters also elected Kerry Bradshaw as County Surveyor and retained interim County Assessor Josh Gibson to continue holding the office. Republican Doug Breidenthal and Democrat Jeff Scroggins will face off in November to become Jackson County Commissioner.Read More »

Crowded Fields Compete for Jo County Commissioner Seats

By Jim McCoy Tue 15th May NewselectionsOregon Primary

A pair of seats are up for grabs in Josephine County. The field of candidates for positions 2 & 3 feature crowded fields with numerous candidates.

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Early Primary Election Returns: Heckert, Briedenthal Among Early Leaders

By Jim McCoy Tue 15th May NewselectionsOregon Primary

The first batch of returns are in from the Jackson County Clerk's office. The results are as follows:

JACKSON COUNTY D.A.

Beth Heckert holds a sizable advantage over Rob Patridge and David Hoppe. Heckert has 55 percent of the vote thus far, to nearly 28 percent for Patridge and 16 percent for Hoppe.

JACKSON COUNTY COMMISSIONER, POS. 2

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Focus Today - Monday 23rd April 2012

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Mon 23rd April

Today's Guests:

Wallace Henley. Former aide in the Nixon Whitehouse remembers Chuck Colson. WATCH VIDEO HERE.Read More »

Voter Registration Deadline Looms

The voter registration deadline for the May 15th Oregon primary election is Tuesday, April 24. If you are currently registered to vote in Oregon, but have moved, changed your mailing address or changed your name, you will need to update your registration as your ballot cannot be forwarded. Voter registration cards can now be submitted online at www.oregon.votes.org.Read More »

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