New Greg Walden ad: “Bandwidth”

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in 2014 Election, Congressional Races | Leave a comment

Wehby accepts four debates, awaits Merkley’s response

Dr. Monica Wehby for U.S. Senate Portland – Today, the Dr. Monica Wehby for U.S. Senate campaign announced that Dr. Wehby would accept invitations to participate in four televised debates between now and Election Day. Accepting these debates underscores Dr. … Continue reading

Posted by at 01:00 | Posted in 2014 Election, U.S. Senate | 1 Comment

Call for more PERS transparency

by Dan Lucas For whatever reason, Oregon media outlets continue to present very deceptive impressions around how much PERS is costing all levels of government within Oregon. The Oregonian and the Salem Statesman Journal ran articles this past week on … Continue reading

Posted by at 06:09 | Posted in PERS, Public Employees Retirement System | 9 Comments

Where things stand

A review of polls on major issues. By Taxpayer Association Oregon PAC We are officially heading into the final 30 days of the election. That means voters will be endure a blizzard of campaign TV, radio and direct mail advertisements. … Continue reading

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Who Is Craig Wilhelm?

Promote Oregon Leadership PAC Wilhelm Claims To “Love Bend” But Fails To Pay Local Taxes On Time, Fails To Vote In Local Elections And Chose To Register His Business In Washington State – Not Oregon Salem, OR-  Promote Oregon today launched … Continue reading

Posted by at 01:14 | Posted in 2014 Election, Oregon House | 5 Comments

Watch Dennis Richardson debate Kitzhaber today at 11am!

Dennis Richardson will take the debate stage for the second time to defeat John Kitzhaber after 12 years and three terms of failed leadership. Watch for yourself and click here to tune in LIVE at 11:00 AM to cheer on … Continue reading

Posted by at 09:52 | Posted in 2014 Election, Gov. Kitzhaber | Leave a comment

Vote NO on Ballot Measure 86

Measure 86 authorizes borrowing a maximum of around $4.3 billion in new debt by Sen. Doug Whitsett Oregon voters will be asked to decide nearly a dozen ballot measures in the November general election. In my opinion, these measures contain … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in 2014 Election, State Budget, State Taxes | 9 Comments

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