Elections, Environment, Washington County

Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District election features three-way race

Despite their name, the Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District also includes portions of the Nehalem River watershed, such as this stretch running under Highway 26 near Timber. Photo: Chas Hundley

The 2020 election season is like no other in recent memory, or arguably in living memory, at all levels of contest -- federal, state, and local. 

This election season is ripe with intriguing contests for contested seats in the Oregon House of Representatives in both districts 31 and 32, which extend throughout our news coverage area, as well as in county commission contests and city council elections in all corners of Oregon from the high desert in the east, to the cities and towns dotting the Willamette Valley, to the coastal towns on the edge of the often-stormy sea.

There also are many publicly-elected positions on the ballot . . .

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