Oregonians Are Voting + Jamie Needs Our Help
Jamie McLeod-Skinner Campaign Ballots have been sent and Oregonians are voting; we’re on the home stretch. Please do whatever you can to help Jamie McLeod-Skinner defeat Kurt Schrader in Congressional District 5. This an important race that has national implications. Jamie’s top priorities are tackling climate change, helping struggling families, and saving democracy by protecting voting rights. You can meet her at a Meet & Greet/Fundraiser on May 11 from 6:00-7:00pm at the Willamette Ale and Cider House, 1720 Willamette Falls Drive, in West Linn to learn more and speak with her about what matters to you. Food vendors and drinks will be available. To attend, please RSVP to: Sam@JamieforOregon.com Or you can help the campaign in one of the following ways that suits you best:
Phone bank on Saturdays by signing up here.
Text bank on Monday, May 2 and 9, from 6:00-8:00pm. Register for May 2 here and May 9 at this link.
Donate to Jamie’s campaign for Congress here.
And if you live in District 5, take a photo of Jamie yard signs, banners, and Jamie voters submitting ballots in mailboxes and post on social media (add @JamieforOregon and #OR5 when you do).
Take Note: Important Court of Appeals Election Position 3 Don’t overlook an important judicial election when you vote this primary. Darleen Ortega is the current judge on the Court of Appeals, Position 3. She was appointed by Governor Kulongowski in 2003 and elected thereafter. Vance Day who is challenging her in this non-partisan race is president of the Promise Keepers and quotes Clarence Thomas. ‘Nuff said. Double Your Money Donate Now to A4D National Indivisible is matching all donations to Act for Democracy between April 1 and May 31 up to a maximum total donations of $500. Now’s the time to make that contribution you’ve been thinking about. Donate now!