Redistricting has created some changes for Keizer voters

More than 40 candidates have filed to run for public office in Oregon – more than twice the number from 2016. And for the first time in 40 years, the state’s congressional delegation grew by one seat, for a total of six. These changes, and others resulting from the recent 10-year redistricting plan the legislature put into effect this year, are creating a confusing election . . .

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