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Clackamas Black caucus says email glitch led to endorsement exclusion of Black candidate
Clackamas Black caucus says email glitch led to endorsement exclusion of Black candidate
Clackamas Black caucus says email glitch led to endorsement exclusion of Black candidate

Published on: 04/03/2024

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Oregon House of Representatives member Janelle Bynum, D-District 39, addresses her colleagues at the close of the the 2024 legislative short session the evening of Thurs., March 7, 2024.

The Clackamas County Democrats’ Black Caucus endorsed state Rep. Janelle Bynum for Oregon’s 5th Congressional District on Monday, giving the Black Happy Valley Democrat their stamp of approval weeks after endorsing her white opponent.

News Source : https://www.oregonlive.com/politics/2024/04/clackamas-black-caucus-says-email-glitch-led-to-endorsement-exclusion-of-black-candidate.html

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