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How many boards and commissions does oregon have?

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About Boards & Commissions The Governor makes appointments to over 250 Boards and Commissions representing a broad range of areas and issues for the State of Oregon. This also includes most major state agencies and departments headed by policy making boards are appointed by the Governor.

Who draws the lines?

If advisory commissions influence redistricting maps before they go to the legislature, backup commissions have their influence afterward. In eight of the states above — Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Mississippi, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Texas — there are special backup procedures to draw state district lines if the legislature does not successfully pass a plan.

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