Oregon governor John Kids-hobbler is up against a relatively strong but inherently evil Republican in the coming election, and the Democratic really needs something to distract attention from the exploding cigars that have peppered his term in orifice: the hundreds of millions of dollars blown on the "Cover Oregon" Obamacare debacle, the desperate efforts and more millions to force a light rail bridge across the Columbia River into another state, the failure of his hand-picked "education czar" to do anything at all, and more. John seems to have found the perfect vehicle, which is now appearing within weeks of the November elections:
It's illegal to use public resources for campaign purposes, but Johnny seems to have found a way around that. It's one of the few things that can be widely disseminated, costs his campaign no money, and portrays him in a benevolent light just prior to the election. As Festus would say:
I ain't sayin' it's illegal; I'm sayin' it 'pears illegal.