The mayor will accept checks of up to $5,000 from individuals and $10,000 from groups, far in excess of voter-approved limits yet to go into effect.
Campaign-finance reforms come with a price tag.
Oregon Legislature moves forward with a constitutional amendment to allow campaign contribution caps.
McMinnville child welfare worker claims that Senate absences and fundraising activities are unlawful — and she wants the state to investigate.
The Oregon Supreme Court has ruled in the past that any caps on campaign limits violates the Oregon constitution; a referral would amend the constitution.
A Multnomah County Circuit Court judge upholds new campaign advertising disclosure rules.
Hardesty has led on environmental advocacy, takes a campaign pledge on Earth Day.