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The final Klamath County Commissioner Candidate's Forum will held at the Ross Ragland May 12 at Noon.
The Klamath County Rotary Club will be hosting a "Commissioner Candidate Forum" in Klamath Falls, Oregon at the Ross Ragland Cultural Center on Thursday, May 12 starting at 12 noon. Lunch will be served to Rotary members and beginning at 12:25 pm the candidates will be introduced. The candidates are Todd Gessele, Allan Headley, Brandon Fowler, and Dave Henslee.
Watch the Klamath County Commissioner Candidates' Forum Debate at Merrill, Oregon & Catch the Last Debates
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.
First "Braver Angels" meeting at April 21 at 6 PM at the Klamath County Library
"Braver Angels of Klamath County" organizer Chuck Edson is proud to announce the local chapter's very first group meeting will occur Thursday night, April 21st at 6 PM at the Klamath County Library located at 316 Klamath Ave, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Illegal Marijuana Grow Tip Line Established by Klamath County Sheriff
Klamath County Sheriff Chris Kaber announced a new tip line for reporting illegal marijuana grows Friday, April 15 in Sprague River, Oregon. The email address is email@example.com.
Fowlers Avert Home Foreclosure
Great news, Brandon Fowler and his wife, Anna have found a lending institution to restructure their loan to save their home from foreclosure. Before finding this out Allen Headley and Todd Gessele, two of the four candidates running for Klamath County Commissioner #1, had discussed how to help the Fowlers out of this dilemma. Gessele and Headley had decided that on Thursday evening at the Chamber of Commerce meeting at OIT before the candidates speak, we could start by asking the audience for an offering of good faith from the Klamath residents to participate in the first steps in saving their home.
For Transparency, Gessele & Headley ask that Klamath County's Election Livestream be left on 24/7
Currently there is only one Klamath County election livestream camera and it isn't scheduled to be on 24/7. Why not?Photo Credit Todd Gessele. Both Todd Gessele and Allen Headley, two of the four candidates running for Klamath County Commissioner #1, recently attended the Mandatory Observer Training at the County Clerk's office, only to discover there is just one camera covering the entire ballot counting operation. And this single livestream will be broadcast, only when live observers are invited to be present.
Zombies and Pirate "Escape Rooms" await you in downtown Klamath Falls, Oregon
While out campaigning for Klamath County Commissioner #1, Todd Gessele discovered Monster Mac’s Escape Rooms at 427 Main St, Klamath Falls, OR 97601, USA. Surprising, Monster Mac's was launched during the pandemic. Mac McCune started this family-friendly fun establishment in September 2020.
Get to know Todd Gessele, Klamath County Commissioner #1 Candidate
Todd Gessele (Pronounced GUESS-LEE) is a fresh face to the race and in our community. He, along with 3 other candidates, is running for Klamath County Commission Position #1 to replace Donnie Boyd, who resigned.
Your Digital Life and Assets should be part of your E-state plan
Last Wednesday, March 23, 2022, Todd Gessele, one of the four candidates running for Klamath County Commission Position #1, learned by phone that his brother, Chad Gessele, 48, had suffered a fatal heart attack, while at work as a Collection Tech 2 on an American Cross blood donation drive in The Dalles, Oregon. Todd was Chad's emergency contact. In memory of Chad, Todd Gessele requests the citizens of Klamath County to pause for a moment of remembrance right now, and read this article to the end, which highlights the growing need to intentionally document our digital lives.
The People's Rights invited Todd J. Gessele, Candidate for Klamath County Commissioner #1 to Speak
This introduction to Todd J Gessele, Candidate for Klamath County Commissioner #1 was read March 24, 2022 at The People’s Rights meeting in Klamath Falls, Oregon prior to Gessele's 10 minute speech.
The Oregon Voter's Pamphlet is Now Available ONLINE!
The Oregon Voter's Pamphlet is now available at http://oregonvotes.gov/voters-guide-military/votersguide.html. You can learn more about Todd Gessele, who is running for Klamath County Commissioner #1 at: http://oregonvotes.gov/voters-guide-military/votersguide.html#Todd%20J%20Gessele.