Oregon is one of a few states that has no office of Lieutenant Governor. It does, however, have a Kid Governor.
No joke; every year fifth graders across the state choose from a field of candidates their age to take the title of Kid Governor. It's a chance to teach about civics and state government, and the candidates have to run on platforms, just like their grown-up counterparts.
Raaga Mandala of Portland is this year's winner; she ran on a platform of getting homeless people into permanent housing.
She visits along with Mary Beth Herkert, who runs the civics program in the Oregon Secretary of State's office.