Insider Index: This week in Salem, by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon news stories.
1998: Year Oregon Republican Greg Walden was first elected to the Oregon House of Representatives, according to OPB. Walden announced Monday he would not run again for the seat in 2020.
69,000: Approximate land area, in square miles, of the second Congressional district, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
189,893: Registered Republicans in the district.
143,353: Registered Democrats in the district.
197,584: Non-affiliated voters in the district.
22: Wildfires that started in Northern Oregon this week due to "high winds and dry conditions," according to the Statesman Journal.
$319 million: Amount Portland vacation-rental company Vacasa raised in funding, the company announced this week, according to The Oregonian.
5,000: Employees of the company, which The Oregonian reports is poised to become the largest new Oregon company in a generation.
$22.3 billion: Size of Oregon's global export market, according to the governor's office.
38: People Gov. Kate Brown is bringing to South Korea and Japan as part of a trade delegation there Nov. 5-16.