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Could Democrats lose control of the Oregon governor's office?

Republican nominee Christine Drazan speaks during the gubernatorial debate. (Jaime Valdez/Pamplin Media Group via AP)
Republican nominee Christine Drazan speaks during the gubernatorial debate. (Jaime Valdez/Pamplin Media Group via AP)

For four decades, Democrats have had a tight grip on the governor’s office in Oregon. But the seat may soon slip from their grasp as Republican candidate Christine Drazan has a viable path to victory.

Here & Now‘s Anthony Brooks learns more about the tight governor’s race from Lauren Dake, a political reporter and producer for Oregon Public Broadcasting.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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