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Welcome to the League of Women Voters of Portland

The League of Women Voters of Portland is a nonpartisan political organization that promotes informed and active participation in government. Membership is open to all, men and women, who are interested in learning how the government operates and have a desire to make a difference.

The League of Women Voters of Portland is a nonpartisan political organization that promotes informed and active participation in government.  Membership is open to all, men and women, who are interested in learning how the government operates and have a desire to make a difference.

November General Meeting 

Now that the election is over--What did the voters say?  and who were they? The public is welcome!  Bring your friends!

Vote Check MarkElection Decompression Relaxing and Reviewing Results

When:

Tuesday, November 11 2014, 5:30-7:45pm

Where:  Lucky Labrador Brewing Company

1945 NW Quimby St., Portland

5:30 to 6:15: Social Time–Food & drinks for purchase

6:25 to 7:45 Panel Discussion; Audience Comments & Questions

Parking:

Free street parking in the neighborhood is available but can be challenging to find

Transit:

N/S Street car stops 4 blks away at NW 18th & Northrup

Discussion:

 Who voted in the election? What influenced the voters and the outcomes? What campaign strategies and messages worked? How much did campaign contributions and spending influence the results? What are the implications for our community and democracy?

Moderator:

Barbara Dudley, Adjunct Professor, Hatfield School of Government Senior Policy Advisor, Oregon Working Families Party

Panelists:

Jim Moore, Political Analyst; Professor, Pacific University; Director, Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation
Erik Lukens, Editorial Page and Commentary Editor, The Oregonian
David Sarasohn, Columnist, Political Satirist, The Oregonian
Helena Huang
, Executive Director, Oregon Voice

 

 

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