Neil Goldschmidt Alleges Securities Fraud in Lawsuit

Former governor invested in military pensions

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Former Gov. Neil Goldschmidt and his wife, Diana Snowden, filed a lawsuit (PDF) this week against an Arkansas investment company alleging they'd been duped into investing $601,599 in products the lawsuit describes as "payments arising out of U.S. military disability and retirement contracts." The lawsuit, filed in Multnomah County Court on Dec. 10 by Goldschmidt's attorney, Ted Runstein, says Goldschmidt ...   More
 
Tuesday, December 11, 2012 NIGEL JAQUISS

Murmurs: Goldschmidt Claims he Was Bilked

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Ex-Gov. Neil Goldschmidt says he’s been ripped off to the tune of $601,599—the amount he and his wife, Diana, claim in a lawsuit they invested with Arkansas-based Voyager Financial Group. Th   More
 
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 WW Editorial Staff

City Hall: Mayor Vows to "Review" Display of Neil Goldschmidt Photo

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After listening to a rousing one-hour presentation at City Hall devoted to the arts in Portland, Mayor Sam Adams this morning turned his attention to one troubling piece of public art in the city: the photo of former Gov. Neil Goldschmidt that still hangs in the entryway to the mayor's office. While Portland's mayor from 1973 to 1979, Goldschmidt sexually abused a minor named Elizabeth Dunham. Dunham ...   More
 
Wednesday, March 9, 2011 BETH SLOVIC

One-Time Potential Wu Challenger Muses on Hosni Mubarak

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As U.S. Rep. David Wu (D-Ore.) fights for his political life, a favorite topic of conversation in political circles is trying to identify whom the Democratic Party might support to challenge him in a primary next year. Some of the most often mentioned names are Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries Commissioner Brad Avakian; state  Sen. Suzanne Bomamici (D-Beaverton) and former state Rep. Greg ...   More
 
Wednesday, March 9, 2011 NIGEL JAQUISS

Neil Goldschmidt's Portrait Will Be Removed From Capitol

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 Oregon legislative leaders have decided to remove the portrait of former. Gov. Neil Goldschmidt from the Capitol. The decision comes in response to a request last month from two ex-lawmakers, former state Sen. Vicki Walker (D-Eugene) and ex-Rep. Tim Knopp (R-Bend). The ex-lawmakers made their request after the January death of Elizabeth Dunham, the woman whom Goldschmidt sexually abused starting ...   More
 
Monday, March 7, 2011 NIGEL JAQUISS

Ex-Goldschmidt Speech-Writer Unloads


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 There may be no person in Oregon who has followed Neil Goldschmidt's career more closely than than the former governor's speechwriter, Fred Leonhardt. If Goldschmidt or a member of his vast network ever said or did anything, there's a good chance Leonhardt can provide a citation or a couple of sources who can confirm what happened. In the wake of Elizabeth Dunham's January death, Leonhardt provided ...   More
 
Monday, February 14, 2011 NIGEL JAQUISS

Elizabeth Lynn Dunham: May 12, 1961-Jan. 16, 2011 (UPDATED)

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WW has been working on a story since the Jan. 16 death of Elizabeth Dunham, whom former Gov. Neil Goldschmidt sexually abused starting when she was a young teenager. The full article will run in our upcoming Feb. 2 edition, but here is the beginning of that story. The article chronicles Dunham's undeniably tragic tale and details how she spent the rest of her life struggling to deal with something ...   More
 
Monday, January 31, 2011 NIGEL JAQUISS

Kulongoski: How the Neil Goldschmidt Scandal Shattered his Higher Ed Goals


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One of Ted Kulongoski's campaign pledges when he ran for governor in 2002 was to reform higher education in Oregon. After Kulongoski took office in 2003, he nominated former Gov. Neil Goldschmidt-a friend,mentor and fellow Democrat-to chair the State Board of Higher Ed and lead the reform effort. Within six months, Goldschmidt resigned from the position in the wake of revelations by Willamette ...   More
 
Sunday, January 2, 2011 MARK ZUSMAN

Kulongoski: I Lost My Mentor When Goldschmidt Toppled


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In this clip from our interview with Ted Kulongoski, the departing governor candidly explains what the loss of Neil Goldschmidt from the corridors of power meant to him personally. Goldschmidt retired from the public sphere when WW published in 2004 revelations about his sex abuse of a young girl. The interview will appear in Wednesday's print edition of WW. Here are links to three earlier ...   More
 
Monday, January 3, 2011 MARK ZUSMAN

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