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Search and read historical press releases, news stories, and updates made by the Governor's Office.
View names and contact information for the Governor's staff by office/area. Governor-Elect Kotek looks forward to building a team that is ready to solve problems and deliver results for Oregonians.
View measures, dates, clauses, and signed/vetoed status for bills signed from 2023 through the present.
View or download Executive Orders (EO) from 2003 through the present.
The Governor makes appointments to over 250 Boards and Commissions representing a broad range of areas and issues for the State of Oregon. This also includes most major state agencies and departments headed by policy-making boards that are appointed by the Governor.
The Governor appoints vacancies for Circuit Court Judges, Court of Appeals Judges, Supreme Court Justices, Justice of the Peace, and District Attorneys
Search and read historical speeches made by the Governor.
The Office of the Governor complies with the Oregon Public Records Law and responds to public record requests as soon as practicable and without unreasonable delay, in the manner described below. ORS 192.324(7) requires every public body to make available
Request a Public RecordPublic Records Request Log
After legislation is signed into law, bill sponsors and stakeholders often request that the Governor conduct staged, celebratory signings of bills at which photos may be taken for posterity.
View the Governor's weekly calendars.
Learn more about the funding and grant opportunities available through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act.
An ombudsman is an independent, appointed official who serves Oregonians that need help interacting with, investigating, or filing a grievance against a public body. Oregon state government offers ombudsman offices for the following subjects.
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