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R Supreme Court Rules Kristof Can't Run For Governor

(Salem, OR) -- The Oregon Supreme Court is ruling that Nicholas Kristof can't run for Governor. The court determined Kristof doesn't meet the residency requirement of three years, as required by the State Constitution. Kristof had argued he was a resident of Oregon, citing the house he owns in his hometown of Yamhill. The Secretary of State's Office found the New York Times columnist had been living in New York City and voted there during the 2020 election.

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