Douglas County Commissioner candidate Victor Petrucci has been arrested again.
Douglas County Commissioner Tim Freeman has collected $43,790 in campaign contributions so far this year, while his nearest competitor, Brandy Stone, has collected about 1.5 percent of that.
Voters will likely decide in November whether to approve an ordinance affirming county residents’ Second Amendment rights.
Incumbent Douglas County Commissioner Chris Boice said he’s poured himself into the job, learning the details of the county’s budget problems even before he took office and developing an understanding of the county government that can’t adequately be replaced by electing a newcomer.
Transparency, economic development, marijuana and the use of federal money on videos promoting timber salvage were among the topics addressed at a candidate forum Tuesday.
Transparency, timber and landfill leachate were among the topics of debate as candidates for the Douglas County Board of Commissioners, Position 2, a seat currently held by Tim Freeman, met with The News-Review Editorial Board this week.
Dallas Heard started his legislative career as the Oregon House’s youngest representative. As of Monday, he’s the youngest member of the state Senate.
The 190,000-acre Chetco Bar Fire raged through the forest Court Boice loved all his life and came perilously close to the town of Brookings in the summer of 2017. It was that devastating fire, and the belief that it was caused by poor public policy, that inspired Boice to run for Congress.
Douglas County commissioner candidate Brandy Stone received some criticism this week for her response to a sexual assault-themed joke on Facebook.
The League of Women Voters of Umpqua Valley will hold a candidate forum featuring the men and women running for two seats on the Douglas County Board of Commissioners.
The Democratic Party of Oregon will hold a convention at 1 p.m. May 5 in Bandon to select a nominee for the seat vacated by former senator Jeff Kruse.
Commissioners from five southwestern Oregon counties will meet in Roseburg Monday to select the appointee who will fill former state senator Jeff Kruse’s Senate District 1 seat for the remainder of the year.
Congressional candidate Art Robinson paid Cambridge Analytica $20,000 in 2014 to collect data on how to hone his campaign message to potential voters, according to federal election records. He was one of the first American politicians to use the service.