Measure 71 Poll on Annual Sessions

By Taxpayer Association of Oregon,

A mail ballot straw poll showed that 60% would vote no on Measure 71 on Oregon annual legislative sessions. The ballot measure title reads “Requires the legislature to meet annually, limits length of legislative sessions, provides exceptions.” 246 said “No”. 166 said “Yes”.

Ballot Measure 71
Yes…166
No….246
Total..412

Post to Twitter Post to Facebook Post to LinkedIn Post to Reddit

Posted by at 08:14 | Posted in Measure 37 | 8 Comments |Email This Post Email This Post |Print This Post Print This Post
  • Bob Clark

    Hope this poll result rings true this November. The less often the Oregon legislature meets the better for Oregon tax payers and folks wanting to be left alone by know it alls in Oregon’s nanny progressive Democratic party.

    • Ron Marquez

      …..”The less often the Oregon legislature meets the better for Oregon tax payers and folks wanting to be left alone by know it alls in Oregon’s nanny progressive Democratic party.”…..

      Dead right, Bob Clark.

  • Anonymous

    We need a drop dead date for the legislature, when they do meet every 2 years.

    Once they hit 60 days ( I pulling the number out of the sky) for this argument it is 60 days. We start reducing their pay and benefits so that in 30 days they will be working for free. That would be no pay or reimbursement of any kind. after 30 days.

    a session would last 60 days and it would be over.

    And for every new program or law they pass, they must strike two programs or two laws from the books.

  • Jim Ray

    Just say HELL NO to 71.
    We don’t need the “Nut house” open anymore than is already allowed.

  • Pingback: Togel online()

  • Pingback: casino online()

  • Pingback: domino 99()

  • Pingback: bandarq()

Stay Tuned...

Stay up to date with the latest political news and commentary from Oregon Catalyst through daily email updates:

Prefer another subscription option? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, become a fan on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.

Twitter Facebook

No Thanks (close this box)