Not every success or failure appeared on the ballot.
The $14 million in expenditures on Carrick Flynn’s behalf translated to more than $1,200 per vote.
Sam Bankman-Fried gave $6 million to House Majority PAC in April, Bloomberg reported.
It’s the latest irregularity in a county full of them.
“We need to have a clear idea about our budget before we agree on the design.”
For most Oregonians—the vaccinated and those who have been infected before—cases are indeed more mild. But cases, emergency room visits and hospitalizations are all rising.
Former Oregon House Minority Leader Christine Drazan leads former Rep. Bob Tiernan by 10,000 votes, but Clackamas County has yet to report.
Salinas is projected to be the Democratic nominee in the new 6th Congressional District. Carrick Flynn appears to have lost.
Protect Our Future is reporting an $813,000 expenditure against congressional candidate Andrea Salinas.
The county saw 297.5 cases per 100,000 people in the week of May 1-7, the highest rate since the Omicron wave began to abate in early February.
Elsewhere in the country, his PAC picked an incumbent and, in all cases other than Carrick Flynn, candidates with legislative track records.
We leafed through more than 50 pieces of mail this week, and selected the arguments and images that caused us to raise our collective eyebrows.
“For far too long, Intel has used and abused its workforce,” Matt West said in a statement. “It’s time to fight back.”
A March 2022 political donation from Tiernan shows a California address.
At every stage of the race for Oregon’s 6th Congressional District, candidates used their money, connections and power to build an advantage. The tactics they’ve employed were often out of the ordinary.