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McIntosh poised to avoid runoff for Circuit Court judge
McIntosh poised to avoid runoff for Circuit Court judge
The Clatsop County Clerk estimates there are nearly 300 ballots left to be counted.

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Sanders talks earthquake preparedness, minimum wage ahead of Oregon primary
Sanders talks earthquake preparedness, minimum wage ahead of Oregon primary
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Trump, Ryan, pledge to work together
Trump, Ryan, pledge to work together
The speaker appeared closer to offering a full-throated endorsement.
Kasich, Cruz drop out; Trump on clear GOP path
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With no opponents left in the race, Trump becomes the Republican Party’s presumptive presidential nominee to take on the Democratic nominee in November — presumably Hillary Clinton.
A rare seat on the Circuit Court bench
A rare seat on the Circuit Court bench
Three candidates have filed to replace Judge Philip Nelson.
McIntosh is ready day one
McIntosh is ready day one
McIntosh has worked as a courtroom lawyer for nearly 24 years.
Goldthorpe extols experience
Goldthorpe extols experience
Goldthorpe, a prosecutor, is a former judicial clerk and corrections officer
Woltjer cites court background
Woltjer cites court background
Woltjer serves as a Municipal Court judge for Warrenton, Seaside and Cannon Beach.
Oregon Independent Party gets clarity on presidential nominations
The move won’t affect the Republican or Democratic contests, which are restricted to voters registered in those perspective parties
Clinton on brink of Dem nomination; Trump strengthens path
Clinton on brink of Dem nomination; Trump strengthens path
The front-runners now hope to replicate their strong showings in New York in the cluster of Northeastern states next up on the primary calendar