LISTEN: How the Coronavirus Killed the Ballot Measure in Oregon

On this episode of Footnotes, news editor Julia Silverman talks Oregon’s ballot measures, as well as the state’s long history with citizen-backed initiatives.

By Gabriel Granillo October 23, 2020

Mail-in voting is already underway in Oregon—and you may have noticed that there aren't quite as many ballot measures to vote on this year. There's a reason for that. 

Gabriel Granillo talks with Portland Monthly news editor Julia Silverman about how the coronavirus has impacted Oregon’s ballot measures this election, as well as the state’s history with citizen-backed initiatives. 


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Every Friday we break down our most important stories with the writers, contributors, and editors who crafted them. Hosted by Portland Monthly’s digital editor Gabriel Granillo, Footnotes provides clarity on complex stories with intimate and informative interviews.

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