Oregon Tea Party Starts Its Own Bus Project


The Oregon Tea Party's latest project is a bus. The anti-tax movement has been given a former city bus by a donor, and is using it to drive canvassers into contested House districts to stump for conservative candidates."We had a bus donated that we decorated with Tea Party memorabilia that we're using to get out the vote," says Jeff Reynolds, a member of the Oregon Tea Party leadership council. "We ...   More
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 AARON MESH

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Can public campaign finance be revived in Portland?

City Hall
Four months after Portland voters killed public financing of political campaigns for city office, a small cadre of supporters is organizing to bring the issue back. They got the OK last month from   More
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 HENRY STERN

Online Voter Registration Passed by State Senate

A measure that would allow online voter registration in Oregon has passed the state Senate. The measure, House Bill 2386, was approved Monday by the Senate and has already been approved by the House. But it must now return to the House for approval of several small amendments. Henry Kraemer, political coordinator of the Oregon Bus Project, says HB 2386 is "the logical next step in moving forward ...   More
Tuesday, June 23, 2009 Aaron Mendelson


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