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High Five
Friday, December 04, 2009

In their first joint appearance, the four active candidates for Oregon governor - Republicans Allen Alley and John Lim, and Democrats Bill Bradbury and John Kitzhaber - shared their views on economic and education issues.

While they expressed a shared commitment to job creation and spurring green economic growth, the candidates differed in their approaches.

Alley said it was critical for Oregon to end its dependence on fossil fuels because they are finite resources and because one of them, petroleum, is imported from overseas...

Lim said Oregon should reconsider nuclear energy, given that it emits no carbon, which contributes to global warming, and is catching on in France, among other nations.

Read the full story at The Register-Guard.

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D. R. Creson
0 #1 Lim & AlleyD. R. Creson 2009-12-04 14:02:13
Are these the "best" Republicans we can find to run for Governor? Based on their comments, it is difficult to distinguish them from Kulongoski!
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