In answer to a letter published Nov. 20, I want to remind that Kate Brown won only seven counties out of 36. That is only 19.5 percent. She is not Oregon governor, but Portland governor.
Every vote should count in every county. Brown lost in 29 counties, she lost 80.5 percent of the state. The statewide elections for governor, senator, statewide initiatives or president should be fair. One county should equal one vote. Whoever wins the majority of counties will win the state, so everybody in the state is represented and not only one northwest corner, or 19.5 percent of the state.