The Governor is the chief executive of Oregon. The Oregon Constitution charges the governor with faithfully executing the laws, making recommendations to the Legislature, and transacting all necessary business of government. The governor may veto bills of the Legislature and shall fill vacancies by appointment.

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    • the Office of the Governor;
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