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Governor Kitzhaber announces Klamath County District Attorney vacancy

​(Salem, OR) — Governor Kitzhaber today announced that he is accepting applications for Klamath County District Attorney to fill the vacancy created by DA Ed Caleb’s retirement. The Governor thanked DA Caleb for his service to Klamath County and congratulated him on his retirement, which takes effect January 1, 2013.
The Governor will fill this vacancy by appointment, based on merit. He encourages applications from lawyers with a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences. Oregon law requires that at the time of appointment, the appointee must be admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Oregon (ORS 8.630 and 8.640).
The Governor’s Office is now accepting applications. Applicants must submit a District Attorney Interest Form to the Governor’s Office. Please note that the District Attorney Interest Form is a distinct form and is not the same form that is used for judicial vacancies. The District Attorney Interest Form is available online at http://www.oregon.gov/gov/Pages/judicial.aspx#Dist__Attorney_Interest_Form.
Questions regarding the appointment process should be directed to Jen Andrew at (503) 378-6246.
District Attorney Interest Forms must be received by the Governor’s Office no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 9, 2013.
Interested applicants should mail or deliver the forms to: Steven R. Powers, Deputy General Counsel, Office of the Governor, 900 Court Street NE, Salem, OR 97301-4047.

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Amy Wojcicki, 503-689-5324


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