Insider Index: This week in Salem, by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon political stories.
• 10: Debates GOP gubernatorial nominee Knute Buehler wants to have with incumbent Democrat Kate Brown leading up to the November election.
• 4: Days that City of Salem officials knew the water supply for the city and surrounding communities tested above safe levels of cyanotoxins caused by algae in Detroit Lake, but did not tell the public.
• $89,000: Amount GOP primary candidate Sam Carpenter raised from outside donors, according to Willamette Week.
• 29: Percent of the primary vote he received.
• 7.5: Percent of Oregon kindergartners who entered school without required vaccinations due to non-medical exemptions this year, according to the Oregon Health Authority.
• 7: Percent in 2013, when a law was passed to make it more difficult to get a non-medical exemption
• 46: Percentage Happy Valley, Oregon's population has grown since 2010, making it the state's fastest-growing city, according to The Oregonian.
• 4: Counties where Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has declared a drought emergency this year, including Lake, Klamath, Grant and Harney counties.
• 500,000: Carats of lab-grown diamonds that a new De Beers plant planned for Gresham could produce annually.
• $94 million: Amount De Beers intends to invest in the plant.