EDITORIAL: These voters care more about solutions, trust than party identity

For some Oregonians, the race for governor isn’t about who can raise the most money.

And these voters aren’t interested in who can parrot party platforms without flaw.

Instead, they seek a new governor who is somewhat blind to party affiliation.

Such a governor, they think, can unite the state. That governor would energize more Oregonians.

Beneath those feelings is a sense . . .

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