“Doesn’t Pass The Smell Test” — New York Times Writer Trying To Run For Governor In State He Didn’t Live In

“Doesn’t Pass The Smell Test” — New York Times Writer Trying To Run For Governor In State He Didn’t Live In


Former New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof is attempting to run for Governor of Oregon.

He has lived in New York for over 20 years – plus he cast a ballot in New York during the 2020 election.

Due to this, Oregon Secretary of State Shemia Fagan ruled that he was ineligible to run for Governor.

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AP reported:

Secretary of State Shemia Fagan, a Democrat, said it was obvious Kristof had been a New Yorker until just over one year ago, citing in particular his having voted in New York in the 2020 election.

“Oregon statute provides directly that … if a person casts a ballot in another state, they are no longer a resident of Oregon. It’s very, very simple,” Fagan told reporters.

“For

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