Kulongoski in KF today

(Note: As one Klamath Falls farmer so succinctly put it: The Stealth Governor snuck into town to meet with no-one-knows-who. Personal note: The agenda continues unabated to remove human presence from the Klamath Basin. If you're reading this and don't live in the Basin, it does not mean that your own little 'piece of Heaven' is unaffected. The Wildlands Project and other land lockups -- read: THEFTS -- are alive and feasting on their hosts: American freedom and American working class private property stewards.)

December 10, 2002

Herald and News

Klamath Falls, Oregon

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Oregon's new governor planned to visit Klamath Falls this afternoon to “establish working relationships” with community leaders.

Ted Kulongoski will succeed fellow Democrat John Kitzhaber in January.

Klamath County District Attorney Ed Caleb, a Democrat who holds the nonpartisan office, said Kulongoski was to meet privately at an unspecified location with a number of unnamed community leaders.

Kulongoski was to arrive at 3 p.m. and have a 10-minute press conference before his meetings.

Kulongoski was last in Klamath Falls in February during the primary campaign. After defeating five other Democrats in that race, he beat Republican Kevin Mannix in a close race in November.