Multnomah County Chair Ted Wheeler
today drew a second challenger in his re-election bid.
, whose somewhat-vague candidate filing
(PDF) identifies him as a Gresham resident in the insurance business, claims to have been affiliated with the national conservative group Americans for Prosperity
AFP, founded by billionaire David Koch
(whose holdings include Georgia-Pacific
was recently seen in Portland organizing Tea Party types
to a talk by former Vice President Al Gore
Darger — who joins retired physicist James Lee in challenging Wheeler — also identifies himself as a former truck driver
. He has not yet returned email and phone messages seeking comment, but we'll update this post when he does.