Kari Chisholm

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BlueOregon is the brainchild of Kari Chisholm, who says he helped launch it because, "well, it seemed like something I wanted to read." Once a political campaign hack, Chisholm now runs Mandate Media, a consulting firm that does "internet strategy for people changing the world." His personal blog covers Politics & Technology. In 1999-2001, Chisholm was the volunteer board chair of X-PAC, a nonpartisan group that sought to build a new generation of political leaders and community activists in Oregon.

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Jan. 11, 2007Denver! The DNC comes West.
Jan. 10, 2007Miracles! More Magic Money for Jim Feldkamp
Jan. 07, 2007Oregon Democrats, Don't Screw It Up. Take Your Time. Get It Right.
Jan. 05, 2007Republicans, you lost. Stop your whining!
Jan. 01, 2007Boise State shocks the world! Now, let's end this absurd system.
Jan. 01, 2007testing
Dec. 29, 2006Hey! Is that $50 in your pocket? Use it or lose it...
Dec. 26, 2006What were the big stories of 2006?
Dec. 12, 2006Moderate Republican? Takes one to know one...
Dec. 11, 2006Gordon Smith: My questions.
Dec. 07, 2006Dixie Chicks: Shut up and Sing!
Nov. 28, 2006Building an Agenda for a Progressive Governing Majority
Nov. 26, 2006The importance of ethics reform
Nov. 21, 2006Pay legislators the Oregon median income
Nov. 13, 2006The dirty little secret of political campaigns
Nov. 10, 2006Man of the Year: Rob Brading
Nov. 07, 2006The Oregon House: A historical view
Nov. 06, 2006Election Night Scorecard
Nov. 06, 2006Punditology Deadline: Tonight
Nov. 03, 2006A new blog in town... Brading up by 5
Nov. 01, 2006Nine great political spots
Nov. 01, 2006Single? Enviro?
Oct. 31, 2006Punditology 2006: which political nerd reigns supreme?
Oct. 25, 2006Final Reminder: Netroots Night Tonight
Oct. 24, 2006Reminder: Netroots Night at the DPO
Oct. 24, 2006One email from you can change the world.
Oct. 20, 2006Ballots are out. What are you doing this weekend?
Oct. 20, 2006Saxtonville: Day Eight - we did it!
Oct. 19, 2006Saxtonville: Day Seven
Oct. 18, 2006Saxtonville: Day Six
Oct. 18, 2006Stopping the anonymous, right-wing, drive-by trolls
Oct. 17, 2006Paul Evans heading to Afghanistan combat zone
Oct. 17, 2006Saxtonville: Day Five
Oct. 16, 2006Saxtonville: Day Four
Oct. 15, 2006Saxtonville: Day Three
Oct. 13, 2006Sal Peralta: running a strong challenge
Oct. 11, 2006When will the Oregonian withdraw its endorsement of Domonic Biggi?
Oct. 11, 2006Grapes & Cherries: To Ron Saxton, the same thing.
Oct. 09, 2006Hooley vs. Erickson: David Reinhard, delusional again.
Oct. 05, 2006Three Great Americans
Oct. 03, 2006Did Everett Curry lie to David Reinhard?
Oct. 03, 2006Saxton manager Felix Schein levels an unfounded charge against the Elections Division
Sep. 29, 2006And now, the 2002 Maui Trip
Sep. 28, 2006He's living in Wayne's World, so Mike Caudle proposes ethics overhaul
Sep. 26, 2006Busted! The secret lobbyist-sponsored trip to the Grand Wailea Resort
Sep. 16, 2006The Oregonian owes Democrats an apology
Sep. 12, 2006Monroe Sweetland: His eyesight dimmed, but his vision was clear.
Sep. 12, 2006Saxton's 10-Second Stopwatch, Kulongoski's Comeback, plus a new poll!
Sep. 08, 2006Saxton takes out the Right to Life garbage
Sep. 05, 2006DLCC/ActBlue partnership rolls into Oregon

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