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Kristof Asks Oregon Supreme Court To Overturn Ruling In Governor's Race

(Salem, OR) -- New York Times columnist Nick Kristof is asking the Oregon Supreme Court to salvage his bid to become the next governor of the state. Kristof filed a petition, asking justices to overturn a decision from Secretary of State Shemia Fagan that he does not meet the three-year residency requirement to run. Kristof argues he grew up in Yamhill, and has returned there every year for three decades, paying Oregon residency taxes and even expanded his family home. The Court set a January 14th deadline for the Secretary of State's Office to file their own petition.

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