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Connor Radnovich

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Salem, OR, United States

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Past articles by Connor:

A guide to voter rights in Oregon. What you need to know before you cast a ballot

Find out everything you need to know about how to vote in Oregon, from absentee ballots to polling place rules. → Read More

The history behind Oregon's most significant voter access restriction

Oregon's same-day voter registration block can be tied to the Rajneeshee's failed attempt in 1984 to take over Wasco County. → Read More

First Oregon gubernatorial debate sets stage for three-way race

Oregon's top contenders for governor faced off in the first debate of the campaign season Friday afternoon. → Read More

Gun control initiative submits signatures, poised to be second on Oregon's November ballot

Backers of a gun control initiative petition Friday turned in more than 160,000 signatures in support of the proposal. → Read More

What's open (and closed) on July 4 in the Mid-Valley

Here is what's closed in the Mid-Valley for Independence Day, which falls on this upcoming Monday, July 4. → Read More

Oregon Capitol's iconic rotunda, 1938 building close until 2025

The central section of the Oregon State Capitol building is closed for extensive renovations as part of the years-long project. → Read More

After Roe, Oregon advocates look to protect other privacy-based rights

A pair of work groups in Oregon are looking at how to protect certain rights should the Supreme Court consider a case concerning same-sex marriage. → Read More

How the Supreme Court abortion ruling impacts Oregon

The decision sets the stage for abortion to be banned in nearly half of states — but Oregon isn't one of them. → Read More

Oregon begins distributing one-time $600 payments

Nearly a quarter-million low-income Oregon households will begin to receive one-time payments of $600 from the state of Oregon as early as this week. → Read More

Oregon lawmakers allocate millions for grasshoppers, affordable housing, other needs

The Oregon Legislature's Emergency Board committee dedicated millions of dollars toward issues deemed to have immediate need in the state. → Read More

Latest COVID-19 variant less severe for Oregonians than prior variants

State health officers say the severity of COVID-19 cases is much lower now than during previous waves and that is borne out in hospitalization data. → Read More

General election picture becomes clearer with most races decided

With the majority of votes counted across Oregon from Tuesday's primary election, voters now have a clearer sense of what the general election races will look like. → Read More

34 gubernatorial candidates vie for two spots in the general election

Among the 34 candidates for governor are Tina Kotek, Tobias Read, Bridget Barton, Christine Drazan, Jessica Gomez, Bud Pierce and Stan Pulliam. → Read More

Labor commissioner race could be decided with Oregon's primary election

The candidates for Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries are: Aaron Baca, Brent Barker, Cheri Helt, Casey Kulla and Robert Neuman. → Read More

Turnout is low ahead of Oregon's primary election, but there's still time to mail ballots

The early voter turnout rate ahead of Oregon's May 17 election puts the state on track to record one of its lowest election turnouts since 1960. → Read More

Here's how Oregon voters can check if their ballot has been accepted

For voters who might be curious about where their ballots are in the process of being counted, there are several ways to check. → Read More

Here's how Oregon voters can check if their ballot has been accepted

For voters who might be curious about where their ballots are in the process of being counted, there are several ways to check. → Read More

Oregon GOP, Democratic 2022 gubernatorial candidates share thoughts on abortion

With the U.S. Supreme Court appearing poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, the issue of abortion access could reemerge for governors nationwide. → Read More

Mid-Valley GOP, Democratic congressional candidates weigh in on abortion laws

The issue of abortion access could re-emerge as a central legislative question for members of Congress. → Read More

Why Oregon is mostly insulated from looming US Supreme Court abortion decision

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments over Mississippi's abortion ban Wednesday, but even an overturned Roe v. Wade wouldn't impact access in Oregon. → Read More