Filings show PACs put their bucks into legislative incumbents in Malheur County

Legislators serving Malheur County are taking in thousands of dollars from political action committees while their challengers in the 2020 election rely almost entirely on modest donations from individuals, according to a review of state campaign spending data.

The power of incumbency clearly shows in the financial reports of state Sen. Lynn Findley, R-Vale, and state Rep. Mark Owens, R-Crane. Candidates must report their campaign finances to the . . .

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