By David Rupkalvis-
Patrick Starnes knows he’s not the biggest name in the Democrat primary for Oregon governor, but he thinks that puts him in the perfect position to pull off a major upset.
Starnes, who ran for governor in 2018 as an independent, brought his campaign for governor to the South Coast this week, stopping in Brookings, Gold Beach, Port Orford and Coos Bay.
Starnes said he ran for governor four years ago with a goal of reforming campaign finance laws in the state, and he still has that mission today.
“We’re still fighting to get big money out of politics,” he said. “We’re one of five states that doesn’t have limits. I’ll be in Salem again pushing for limits. I’m role modeling limits in my campaign with a $1,000 limit per person and no corporate monies.”…
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