Carisa Cegavske

Senior Reporter

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Carisa Cegavske is the senior reporter for The News-Review. She can be reached at 541-957-4213 or by email at ccegavske@nrtoday.com. Follow her on Twitter @carisa_cegavske

Christine Goodwin, left, is sworn in as interim Douglas County commissioner by Douglas County Clerk Patricia Hitt Friday at the Douglas County…

Interim Douglas County Commissioner Christine Goodwin, left, and Douglas County Clerk Patricia Hitt sign paperwork at a swearing-in ceremony f…

Interim Douglas County Commissioner Christine Goodwin, right, was sworn in by Douglas County Clerk Patricia Hitt Friday at the Douglas County …

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CCegavske

Hi Tyler, we didn't contact you beforehand because we didn't know who you were. We only had a first name. I would like to interview you for a followup if you are willing to share your story. I can be reached at ccegavske@nrtoday.com or by phone at 541-957-4213.

CCegavske

So, again, we used the names exactly as given in the court documents. The plaintiff is identified both by his initials and by the name of his guardian. We did not talk to Tyler or his mother because there is no clear identification in those documents of who they are. The name "Tyler&quo…

CCegavske

These are the names as they're given in the court documents. Both are minors, so neither is referred to by the full name. However, the plaintiff's mother's full name is given.

CCegavske

Corrected. Thanks for letting us know.

CCegavske

Full time is 40 hours a week. So, a half-time employee works 20 hours a week, and a three-quarter time employee works 30 hours. In budgeting, you'll see the number of employees listed by their full-time equivalents, or FTEs. That number is often not a whole number, because employees are adde…

CCegavske

We did a nice write up on Jeremy when he ran the first time, and our readers have had several opportunities to get to know him through our coverage of the LWV debate, the Editorial Board interview, a guest column, etc. We will of course contact him again when he files.

CCegavske

Mogie is probably referring to this earlier article:
https://www.nrtoday.com/news/state/oregon_politics/police-report-kruse-claimed-he-was-investigating-a-video-scam/article_afdd1554-7ed7-57d0-b0a6-7d828b8b5cda.html

CCegavske

You can see how every county voted here:
http://results.oregonvotes.gov/

CCegavske

Also, the precincts reported figures on the SOS site aren't accurate, since, for example, Douglas County is listed as 0 precincts of 28 reported, while more than 24,000 votes, nearly all those that were turned in, have been counted.

CCegavske

Hi Willie,
The 32 percent figure is the turnout, or the percentage of ballots sent out that were returned by the 8 p.m. deadline. As of 9:44 p.m., 855,045 votes had been tallied of 859,594. The numbers will change a bit, and will get updated in the morning on this site, but the overall o…