We Lead with our Votes

In November 2018, Multnomah County voters can position Oregon for the future.

We go to the ballot box together—okay, to the mailbox—committed to building a government that reflects our values. The issues during the 2018 election may seem beyond our concern, but Oregon’s progressive future is on the line.

Fresh voices and perspectives are being raised by exciting new candidates, and our Governor, Kate Brown, is in a deeply contested race as a result of out-of-state moneyed interests which are threatening our values.

Let’s show them how it is done. Vote with us.

Critical Races

In the Willamette Valley and Northwest Oregon, key races will determine the fate of green jobs, healthcare, and education for all of Oregon.
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Kate Brown 

Oregon Governor

Janelle Bynum 

House District 51

Anna Williams 

House District 52

Chrissy Reitz 

Senate District 26

Rachel Prusak 

House District 37

Charles Gallia 

Senate District 20

Jamie McLeod-Skinner

Oregon Congressional District 2

Ballot Measures

A series of dangerous ballot measures must be defeated to preserve our values as Oregonians. We also have the opportunity to innovate the housing opportunities for the state.

State Ballot Measures

Measure 102: Yes!

Funds Affordable Housing

Measure 103: No! 

Only Benefits Corporations

Measure 104: No! 

Jeopardizes Public Services

Measure 105: No! 

Harms Public Safety

Measure 106: No! 

Removes Access to Abortion Services

Local Measures

Measure 26-199: Yes! 

Increases Portland Metro Housing Options

Measure 26-200: Yes! 

Gets Big Money Out Of Politics

Measure 26-201: Yes!

Creates Green Energy Jobs for Portland