SAN FRANCISCO  — Voters in Oregon in November will consider a proposition that, if approved, would allow the state to issue more general obligation bonds in order to save on borrowing costs.

The current election season also offers up a tight race for governor, the possible loss of a supermajority by Democrats in the legislature, and a contest for ­treasurer.

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