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Submitted by info on Thu, 01/05/2012 - 04:12
Survey USA issued poll results on January 4 for the special election for U.S. Congress in Oregon. Our candidate, Steven Reynolds, is pulling 8% of all surveyed voters under the age of 35 and 2% of all voters overall. This bodes well for the future. Younger voters are waking up!
Submitted by info on Thu, 12/08/2011 - 17:25
Submitted by info on Thu, 10/13/2011 - 07:28
The Oregon Progressive Party has adopted this process for nominating a candidate to run in the January 31, 2012, special election to fill the currently vacant seat of U.S. Representative for the 1st Congressional district of Oregon.
Steps for Candidates
2. Make a statement at public meeting of the Oregon Progressive Party:
People's Food Co-op Community Room (upstairs)
3029 SE 21st Ave
November 8, 2011
3. Commit to following campaign protocol, supporting the OPP platform, and running a good campaign
4. Comply with all laws regarding campaigning and reporting of contributions and expenditures, including all federal laws and rules.
Steps for the Party
1. Any OPP member (as of October 1, 2011) who has attended at least one prior Party meeting may participate at the November 8 meeting and vote on the candidates.
2. The OPP State Nominating Panel will officially select the nominee, based upon the recommendation of the members.
3. The Party will issue a Certificate of Nomination for the candidate to file with the Secretary of State or or before December 1, 2011.