Running for governor, Kristof defends residency claim to Oregon Supreme Court

Nick Kristof, seeking the Oregon governor's office, is shown in front of the Capitol n Salem in 2021. (Kristof Campaign photo)

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nick Kristof asserted Friday he paid Oregon income taxes as a full-year resident beginning in 2020, addressing a question raised about whether he is qualified to run.

He made the disclosure in a lengthy court filing urging the Oregon Supreme Court to restore him to the ballot. 


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