Are you worried about the influence of BIG money on politics? The League is! Come weigh in on next steps for campaign finance reform in Oregon.
Representative Dan Rayfield, who helped lead the charge for campaign finance reform in the 2019 Legislature, is hosting a series of forums around Oregon.
PORTLAND AREA FORUMS
- Tuesday, September 10th, from 7:00-8:30pm
- Clackamas Community College, Harmony Community Room–7738 SE Harmony Rd, Milwaukie, OR 97222;
- OR Wednesday, September 11th, from 6:00-7:45pm
- Midland Library –805 SE 122nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97233
What will be covered
Each forum will include:
- a 20-minute presentation on the history and politics of campaign finance reform in Oregon
- a 20-minute discussion of the recently passed campaign finance reform legislation
- a 40-minute community discussion on various campaign finance limit goals and proposals
Oregon is one of five states without campaign contribution limits.
“We believe this statewide tour will help drive a local conversation about campaign finance reform and keep pressure on the legislature to pass a campaign contribution limits,” said Rebecca Gladstone, President of the League of Women Voters of Oregon.
“We made real progress on campaign finance reform during the session, but it’s not enough,” said Rayfield.“We need to do more in 2020 and I want to hear directly from Oregonians on what they want their campaign finance system to look like.”
see what the League is doing
The League of Women Voters of Portland and the Oregon LWV have filed a “Friend of the Court” brief in the Oregon Supreme Court. It supports the campaign contribution limits passed by voters in Multnomah County. See our earlier post here.
See the list of Upcoming Events in our sidebar to the right.
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- September 16 on Innovations in Education