Watch the Klamath County Commissioner Candidates' Forum Debate at Merrill, Oregon & Catch the Last Debates

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You have several upcoming opportunities to get acquainted with the four candidates who are running for Klamath County Commissioner Position #1! The candidates are Todd Gessele, Allan Headley, Brandon Fowler, and Dave Henslee.

You can view the candidate's most recent debate at Merrill, Oregon by clicking on this link:

Topics, on the campaign trail, which the candidates discussed and debated have included: farming and federal aid, water, dam removal, wildfire prevention, climate change, the environment, moving Oregon's border, water, sighting of solar fields on agricultural land, housing, homelessness, dry wells, county planning, how to attract businesses, election integrity, illegal water hauling and marijuana grows, policing challenges, roads, and mandates.
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The upcoming Klamath County Commissioner Candidates' Forums will be as follows:

Tuesday, May 3

All four candidates for Klamath County Commissioner Position #1 have been invited by the Crescent Community Club to a town hall meeting in Gilchrist, Oregon at 5:30 PM.

Thursday, May, 5

All four candidates for Klamath County Commissioner Position #1 have been invited to the Community Center in Chiloquin, Oregon for a town hall meeting at 6 PM.

Friday, May, 6

Candidate Allen Headley will be meeting solo with citizens in Bonanza, Oregon at the Community Center at 6 PM.

Thursday, May 12

Klamath County Rotary Club will be hosting a "Commissioner Candidate Forum" in Klamath Falls, Oregon at the Ross Ragland Cultural Center on Thursday, May 12th from 12-1.

Another forum event maybe planned for Keno. Additional events will be announced once dates and locations are confirmed. Thank you for getting out and voting for the May 17 election!
Three of the four candidates for Klamath County Commissioner Position #1 at the Chamber of Commerce Forum in 2022Gioni Gessele

It is highly recommended that you deliver your ballot personally to a ballot box on May 16 or 17 rather than mailing them in early.

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