Doyle Canning for Congress, Oregon’s 4th District - Passed
Laurie Trieger for Lane County Board of Commissioners, District 3 - Passed
Tim Morris for Eugene City Council, Ward 1 - Passed
Ryan Moore for Eugene City Council, Ward 8 - Passed
Leonard Stoehr for Springfield City Council, Ward 4 - Passed
All endorsements passed with 72% or higher of all 373 voters voting yes.
If you are eligible and you have not yet registered to vote in Oregon, the deadline to register to vote for the primary elections is April 28, 2020.
The presidential, state, and local primary elections will take place on May 19, 2020. Oregon is an entirely vote-by-mail state. This means that you will receive your ballot in the mail, and that you will either need a stamp to return your ballot or to drop it at a ballot box. Ballots must be received by May 19, 2020.
Get involved with the Committee On Political Education (COPE)!
Have thoughts about endorsements, this process, and other ways that we can exert our collective political power?
At the next COPE meeting, we’ll be discussing how the endorsement process went this year (what went well, what didn't), potential bylaw amendments and changes for the endorsement process, and goals going into spring term.
Can't attend the meeting in person? We can also Skype or conference call anyone who would like to attend virtually. Meeting time and day TBD. If you have questions, concerns, or to be added to the COPE email list, email firstname.lastname@example.org
In Solidarity Forever,
Sarah Stach VP for Political Education
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