SALEM, Ore. — Kate Brown was sworn in as Oregon’s 38th governor Wednesday morning before both House and Senate members. While wasn’t technically a joint session, she delivered the following address to the lawmakers after her swearing-in ceremony: Governors Roberts and Kulongoski, tribal leaders, Speaker Kotek, President Courtney, honored colleagues, good morning. As I take … Continue reading »
SALEM, Ore. — Governor-to-be, Kate Brown, will be sworn in Wednesday morning before both House and Senate members. While it’s not technically a joint session, she is expected to address all the lawmakers. The chief justice of the Oregon Supreme Court will administer the oath.
SALEM, Ore. — Oregon State Treasurer Ted Wheeler is weighing in on Governor John Kitzhaber’s plan to not resign. He released the following statement Thursday on the governor: “It is with deep sadness that I ask Governor John Kitzhaber to resign his position as Governor of Oregon. He has accomplished many great things during his long … Continue reading »
SALEM, Ore. — Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown released a statement Thursday regarding her early return from a conference in Washington, D.C. Here is the full statement: “Late Tuesday afternoon, I received a call from the Governor while I was in Washington, DC at a Secretaries of State conference. He asked me to come … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon’s Secretary of State thinks there are some major issues facing our nation’s voting system, and that was the focus of her visit to the University of Oregon School of Law on Wednesday. Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown says she wanted to talk to law students who might have a stronger … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon’s financial status is better than it was two years ago, according to Secretary of State Kate Brown’s Biennial Financial Condition Report. Brown sends out this statewide financial report every two years. While things are looking up overall, there are some conflicting reports in the audit that signify the state is still … Continue reading »