Get Out the Vote!
Get Out the Vote Two Weeks to Election Day!
We have two weeks to election day to get out the vote, which is critical for electing progressives. Whatever the time you have to give, there are many ways to lend a hand and campaigns that need your help. Democracy itself is at stake in this election! We are all needed at this critical time.
Jamie McLeod-Skinner in District 5
Phone bank details and sign-ups are here.
Opportunities for canvassing can be found at this link.
Write postcards by getting touch with Mary at email@example.com.
Put a sign in your yard by making a request here.
If you’re in Bend on October 28, don’t miss Rock the Vote with live music, Jamie, Tina Kotek, and more.
Andrea Salinas in District 6
Attend a get-out-the-vote organizing meeting on Tuesday, October 25, 7:00pm via this link.
Tina Kotek for Governor
Share this comparison of Tina Kotek and Betsy Johnson and make sure your friends understand that a vote for Betsy is in essence a vote for Republican Christine Drazan.
Join a campaign event here.
Check out Tina’s website and make a donation here.
Joe Yetter in District 2
Visit Joe’s website for ways of getting involved.
Write a Letter to the Editor supporting your favorite candidate and share it on social media; for guidance on how, follow this link.
Call voters with Indivisible Oregon and the Center for Common Ground on Mondays; details at this link.
Write letters and postcards with Swing Left online on Fridays at 4:00pm by registering here.
Don’t Forget the Ballot Measures
Last week COIN held a panel discussion on the four 2022 ballot measures, featuring representatives from each measure. The event was recorded and you can watch it here. It’s an excellent way to gain a fuller understanding of why all four measures deserve our vote.
A4D November Meeting
Mark Your Calendar
Join us on Tuesday, November 22, at 5:00pm for a post-election overview and a 2023 legislative session preview with State Senator Michael Dembrow. It will be fascinating to get Senator Dembrow’s inside assessment of the new legislature’s composition, the legislative agenda, likely leadership selections, and the impact the various statewide ballot measures may have on the upcoming session. And expect to hear his thoughts on national, state, and local midterm races as well. It will be an opportune time for all of us to come together again to share our thoughts and concerns following such a fraught midterm election. We hope to see you there!
A4D’s Jane Stackhouse shares an optimistic moment with Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Jeff Merkley, and gubernatorial candidate Tina Kotek last Saturday at the Jamie McLeod-Skinner canvass kickoff held at Riverdale High School.