OLCV in the News

The Salem Statesman Journal | July 25, 2010 | Peter Wong

Now this event is something a public official can really give a grilling to. Eleven officials — 10 from the Mid-Valley and one elected statewide — will compete for the honor of best political chef of the year at a benefit for the Marion County chapter of the Oregon League of...

The Salem Statesman Journal | July 19, 2010 | Stefanie Knowlton

The Oregon League of Conservation Voters will host three forums with Rep. Brian Clem, D-Salem, highlighting environmental topics as part of its OLCV Education Fund. Each forum focuses on a different topic with the first one on balanced growth that protects communities...
 

The Oregonian | July 17, 2010

The Oregon League of Conservation Voters  Education Fund will host three forums in Clackamas County on environmental issues...

Medford Mail Tribune | July 15, 2010

The Oregon League of Conservation Voters Education Fund plans a series of forums with Democratic Ashland Sen. Alan Bates. The sessions are open to the public...

Eugene Weekly | July 8, 2010

The Lane County chapter of the Oregon League of Conservation Voters has released its environmental scorecards for both the Lane County Commission and the Eugene City Council. The scorecards are now online at www.olcv.org/lane...

| April 29, 2010 | Goeff Norcross

The political week took a legalistic turn, as Oregon’s leaders consider their roles in two important political issues.

Attorney General John Kroger said he would not join the multi-state lawsuit challenging the legality of the federal health care overhaul.

The state will,...

The Oregonian | April 18, 2010 | The Oregonian Editorial Board

All five of Oregon's congressmen are running for re-election this year, and the emotional politics of 2010 have produced an array of challengers. Many are new to the political system, and several would provide strong and useful challenges to the state's incumbents.

Pamplin Media Group | April 15, 2010 | Jim Redden

The Portland-area Metro president is the most powerful politician you’ve never heard of – and the job is completely up for grabs. Three candidates are running for the position, which heads the only elected regional government in the country.

The Salem Statesman Journal | April 9, 2010 | Beth Casper

The Oregon League of Conservation Voters endorsed both Bill Bradbury and John Kitzhaber in the 2010 race for Oregon Governor.

The announcement comes after last week's gubernatorial environmental debate, co-hosted by OLCV and four other groups. The debate, along with a questionnaire and...

Oregon Public Broadcasting | April 9, 2010 | Geoff Norcross

T.S. Eliot was right.  April is the cruelest month.  At least it is for Washington lawmakers.  They're struggling to wrap up a special session in Olympia to close a nearly $3 billion budget gap.

Meanwhile, candidates are maneuvering for position in the Oregon Governor's...

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