Oregon election officials want Kristof to prove residency for governor’s race

Nick Kristof (right), Democrat running for Oregon governor, is being questioned about whether he has lived in the state long enough to qualify for office. (Ron Cooper/Oregon Capital Chronicle)

Former New York Times columnist Nick Kristof needs to do more to prove he’s an Oregon resident if he wants to run in the Democratic primary for governor in May, state election officials said this week.

Kristof announced his campaign in October and quickly began raising money, but he didn’t officially file until Monday. His . . .