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.
• 6,200: Number of state facilities, according to the Oregon Department of Administrative Services.
• 41: Average age, in years, of those facilities.
• 35: Percent that are compliant with the 1993 Seismic code.
• $58,950: Average salary of a public school teacher in the U.S., according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
• $61,631: Average salary of a public school teacher in Oregon.
• 25: Arrests a special Round Up unit of the Pendleton Police Department had made by Friday night of Round Up weekend, according to The East Oregonian. The annual Round Up, this year from Sept. 12-16, draws revelers for several days of rodeo, bacchanalia and Western flair, and local police created dedicated foot patrol teams in an attempt to keep the peace.
• $500,000: Money allocated for a water quality study of Upper Klamath Lake that will be withheld due to expected budget cuts by the Bureau of Reclamation, according to the AP.
• 6: Oregon's rank among states when it comes to patents per capita, according to The Oregonian.
• 447,000: Approximate number of inactive voters in Oregon, according to the AP. The Secretary of State's Office launched an effort to reach those voters via Facebook ad this week.
• 2.7 million: Registered voters in Oregon