November 30th, 2009 | by HANK STERN News | Posted In: CLEAN UP, Politics

Notable Campaign Contributions In The Oregon Governor's Race

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As we return from Thanksgiving weekend, a visit to the Oregon election division's web site turns up a coupla leftovers in the 2010 governor's race worth noting from the month of November.

Ex-Gov. John Kitzhaber collected $1,200 from NW Natural exec Gregg Kantor (Neil Goldschmidt's former press secretary) for his run in the Democratic gubernatorial primary. And former Oregon Secretary of State Bill Bradbury got $500 from real estate broker Terry Bean, a big-time national fund-raiser.

And on the Republican side, ex-Trail Blazer Chris Dudley has shown his first sign of life in the GOP gubernatorial primary, spending a little over $2,000 (but reporting no donations or officially announcing his candidacy ... yet). While we wait on Dudley, here's some footage to remind us of his playing days.

The good

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqqVjq7WhNU[/youtube]

And the bad

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23_UjrRumuE&feature=related[/youtube]
 
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