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Election cash: $16,855

Campaign For Baker County Commission Chairman: Incumbent Fred Warner Jr. has raised $11,315 this year, and Bill Harvey $5,540


By Jayson Jacoby

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The two Republicans vying for a four-year term as chairman of the Baker County Board of Commissioners have raised almost $17,000 in cash contributions for their campaigns this year.

Incumbent Fred Warner Jr. has received $11,315, and Bill Harvey has raised $5,540, according to reports they filed with the Oregon Secretary of State’s office.

Campaign finance information is posted on the Orestar website — http://sos.oregon.gov/elections/Pages/campaignfinance.aspx.

Because no Democrats or unaffiliated candidates filed for the May 20 primary, it’s likely that the winner of the Harvey-Warner race will be elected in November. 

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