Republican candidate for U.S. House District 4 Alek Skarlatos continues to outpace incumbent Peter DeFazio in fundraising, according to the two campaigns’ quarterly reports to the Federal Election Commission this week.
Republican Alek Skarlatos has taken some heat from Democratic opponent Peter DeFazio over a statement he made last month that he would oppose another COVID-19 relief package.
Democratic Oregon Senate District 1 candidate Kat Stone of Roseburg is holding a series of virtual town halls this month and next on issues important to Southern Oregonians.
Douglas County sits in one of the few remaining purple congressional districts in the country, meaning the voters in the district, which stretches from Albany through most of Southwest Oregon, including Eugene, are closely split between Democrats and Republicans.
Oregon Ballot Measure 110 proposes a major change in the way the state handles drug addiction.
Measure 109 would legalize therapeutic use of psilocybin mushrooms, better known as magic mushrooms, in the state of Oregon.
New taxes on nicotine vaping and higher taxes on cigarettes and cigars would be created if voters approve Measure 108.
The first of four statewide ballot measures in front of voters this November could lead to limits on campaign contributions.
Douglas County residents who have been displaced by the Archie Creek Fire will still be able to vote in Oregon’s mail-in election this November.
Douglas County voters will be asked to weigh in this November on whether they’d like to continue living in Oregon or they would prefer to live in Idaho instead.
Douglas County Republican Party Chairwoman Valynn Currie has been a Republican since she was a junior high school student in Winston.
Republican congressional candidate Alek Skarlatos criticized his Democratic opponent Rep. Peter DeFazio this week, saying he had remained silent in response to last weekend’s rioting in Eugene.
An unaffiliated candidate who hopes to be a contender for U.S. Senate will meet with supporters at a drive-in movie style convention on Aug. 10 in Roseburg.
Douglas County residents who want to replace Gov. Kate Brown were lined up outside the door at Douglas County Republican headquarters in Roseburg Monday morning, waiting to sign a recall petition.
Roseburg Republican candidate Alek Skarlatos continues to narrow the fundraising gap with incumbent U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Springfield, in the race for the Fourth District.
Move Oregon’s Border Chief Petitioner Mike McCarter has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Eugene in hopes of getting the grassroots movement’s proposal onto the ballot in 17 counties this November.
Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, the top Republican in the U.S. House, has endorsed Roseburg Republican Alek Skarlatos in his race against Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Springfield, for the Fourth District seat.
Republican state Sen. Kim Thatcher has represented residents of the Keizer area for 15 years, first as a representative and then as a senator. But she said she always thought if she ran for a statewide office, secretary of state would be the one.
Republican secretary of state candidate Kim Thatcher will hold a town hall meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday in Roseburg.
Longtime U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Springfield, and his challenger, Republican Alek Skarlatos of Roseburg, have proven they have strong support within their respective bases.
Jo Rae Perkins won the Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Democrat Jeff Merkley, according to results from the Oregon Secretary of State’s office.
Republican Alek Skarlatos and Democratic incumbent Rep. Peter DeFazio each beat out the competition in Tuesday night’s primary election.
Republican Alek Skarlatos raised more money in campaign donations in April than Democratic incumbent Rep. Peter DeFazio, according to candidate campaign finance filings with the Federal Election Commission.
It’s not easy to take on a sitting U.S. senator, but four Republicans — including one from Roseburg — will compete in the May election to do just that.
Kat Stone, a registered nurse from Roseburg, and Les Goodrich, a retired journeyman electrician from Brookings, are running in the Democratic primary for state Senate District 1.