"The court finds that the Oregon Secretary of State properly interpreted Oregon law and validly issued the Directive in this case. However, I find that there is an appropriate remedy that will not require Clackamas County to spend in excess of $100,000 (plus substantial labor costs) to reprint all of its primary election ballots," Judge Graves wrote in a two page ruling released this morning. "The Clackamas County Clerk should create, on brightly colored paper, an insert to be included in the envelope with each unmailed ballot. That insert should clearly state the candidates' names for Position No. 3 were mistakenly printed on the Primary ballot and should appear only on the General Election ballot."
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