Beyond Voting

Beyond Voting: Elections and Campaign Financing

You’re invited to attend two online workshops by Donna Cohen, Portland teacher and librarian. The workshops are online, one-hour long, and will have Q & A at the end. They are free of charge.

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These workshops will cover the following.

  •  Right to vote?
  • Election 2020
  • Election security
  • Voter suppression
  • Voter turnout / getting more people to vote
  • Redistricting / gerrymandering
  • Electoral College
  • Alternative voting systems
  • Campaign financing issues and tracking

“The most important political office is that of the private citizen.” Justice Louis Brandeis (November 13, 1856 – October 5, 1941) was an American litigator, Supreme Court Justice, advocate of privacy, and developer of the Brandeis Brief) according to

Campaign Finance Reform Forums

Representative Dan Rayfield of District 16, Corvallis, Oregon, is organizing a number of forums addressing CFR, Campaign Finance Reform.gif_money08_07-19-2006

In the 2019 Legislative Session, the legislature made gains regarding campaign finance reform by increasing transparency and increasing access for voters. Oregon still remains one of five states without campaign contribution limits. More can be done.

A CFR forum by Rep. Dan Rayfield will be held in Eugene on Sep. 5.

7:00 – 8:30pm at the University of Oregon, Global Scholars Hall Room 123 –
1710 E 15th Ave,
Eugene, OR 97403
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You can also contact Rep. Dan Rayfield for more details.

There’s more information here as well. There are 7 forums scheduled in Oregon. Perhaps you will be able to attend one.

If you would like to carpool to this event, let us know by calling [541] [672] [1914].