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Village Updates

NEV: Did you get your ballot?

 | Published on 10/15/2020
MultCoBallotNotice
A message from Multnomah County:
"Ballots are in the mail for the November 3, 2020 General Election. If you don't receive your ballot by Thursday, October 22, take action and contact Multnomah County Elections at 503-988-VOTE !Vote early and return your ballot by mail or at an Official Ballot Drop Site. And sign up for Multnomah County Elections Track Your Ballot Service at:https://multco.us/trackyourballot
If you mail your ballot- with free postage - make sure you get it in the mail by Tuesday, October 27th (earlier if you are mailing from out of state) to ensure it is received by our office on time. Postmarks do not count in Oregon. Official Ballot Drop Sites may be used until 8pm on November 3, 2020. Find one here:https://multco.us/dropsites "

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Frustrated with today's politics? Worried about the election? Come pose for our voting-themed photography project and make $40 in 30 minutes! Looking to photograph a diverse group; all encouraged to participate!

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With the election coming up, we want your help with a pro-vote photo project we aredoing. Now more than ever, using our voice and voting for what we believe in is essential to making the changes we want to see.

On Saturday, October17th, at an open air studio in SE from 11-4 we will be taking social distanced photos similar to the samples below of folks getting loud and letting out their frustration towards the state of the world. We are looking to photograph all kinds of people no matter your political leanings, age, gender, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, ability, etc! These images will be used in a campaign to encourage people to #VoteLOUD

Take part in something important, have your voice heard, and earn $40 in only about 30 minutes! Come and #VoteLOUD

Email Hello@NashcoPhoto.com with a picture of yourself and a sentence about why you are inspired to take part in this project. What frustrates you most? What issues do you get loud about? Why is voting so important to you?

LOCAL VOTER'S GUIDE

 

PORTLAND CITY COUNCIL

 

MAYOR:

Ted Wheeler (incumbent)-websiteemail
vs
Sara Iannaronewebsiteemail


Mayoral Debates (YouTube):KOIN 6KGW & Oregonian

 

COUNCIL SEAT #4:

Chloe Eudaly (incumbent)websiteemail

vs.
Mingus Mappswebsiteemail

 

Debates (YouTube):League of Women VotersOregonian

 

OTHER COUNCIL SEATS – Previously Elected:

Dan Ryanwebsiteemail
Jo Ann Hardestywebsiteemail
Carmen Rubiowebsite
(Rubio was elected May 19, and will be seated in January 2021)

 

METRO:Position #5:

Chris Smithwebsite

Mary Nolanwebsite

 

LOCAL BALLOT ISSUES:

Multnomah County:

26-211:Bond for Library expansion, programs, & safety

26-214Establishes a tuition-free pre-school program

Portland City:

26-213Restore recreational programs, parks, nature, water

26-217Authorizes new, independent community police oversight board

26-219Authorizes new Water Fund spending; addresses land use

Metro:

26-218Traffic, Safety, Transit improvement programs

Portland School District

26-215Bonds to modernize & repair schools