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(Salem, OR)  --  The office Kate Brown vacated to become Oregon's new governor is now being filled by her former deputy, Robert Taylor.  "The Oregonian" reports Taylor will manage day-to-day operations in the Secretary of State's Office until Brown appoints a permanent successor.  There's no word on when Brown will announce her permanent replacement.  A spokesperson for the Secretary of State's Office says Taylor spent most of yesterday preparing for the office's annual budget presentation to the Legislature's Joint Ways and Means Committee.

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