Local Ballot Measures
Monday, October 10, 7-9PM
Multnomah County Building Board Room
501 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
The League will present balanced information on the following ballot measures:
Portland Affordable Housing Bond (26-179)
Multnomah County Appointed Sheriff (26-183)
Multnomah County Campaign Finance Reforms (26-184)
Free and Open to the Public
To vote in the November 8, 2016 General Election, you must be registered by October 18, 2016
To check if you are registered, and registered at the correct address (very important in our vote by mail system, the post office will NOT forward ballots), you may check at the Secretary of State’s website here .
If you have an Oregon Driver’s License, Permit or ID number issued by the Oregon Dept. of Motor Vehicles, you can register online here.
For further information on registering and voting in Oregon, check here.
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Of Four Ballot Measures
View Forum Online Here
Oregon Budget Briefing (Brian DeForest’s Power Point Presentation for the forum)
Fundamentals of the Oregon Budget
Explanation of Measures 96 (Veterans Services); Measure 98 (High School Success); and Measure 99 (Outdoor School)
Debate on Measure 97 (Increases corporate minimum tax)
Recorded by MetroEast Media
Urges Members to Aid the Effort
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Portland City Council unanimously voted to refer a $258.4 million affordable housing bond measure to Portland voters in November. The League of Women Voters of Portland supports the measure and urges members to make every effort to help pass it.