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Voting & Elections 11.9.2022

Oregon Elections Remain Secure and Accessible Amidst Election Misinformation

Oregon voters pass measures to strengthen democracy

Voting & Elections 11.7.2022

Common Cause Oregon Reminds Voters “Election Night is not Results Night”

Oregon voters have until 8 p.m. tomorrow night to cast their ballot at an official drop site or by mailing in their ballot, as long as it’s postmarked on Election Day. As these last ballots are cast, Common Cause Oregon reminds voters that it may take days for election officials to finalize results.

Voting & Elections 11.2.2022

Election Resources for Oregon Voters

Common Cause Oregon is urging voters who have questions or experience problems voting to call the national nonpartisan Election Protection hotline (866-OUR-VOTE)


Common Cause Releases 2022 “Democracy Scorecard” Showing Growing Support in Congress for Democracy Reform

As constituents evaluate the performance of their Members of Congress, Common Cause released its 2022 “Democracy Scorecard,” a tracking resource with the positions of all members of Congress on campaign finance reform, ethics and transparency, and voting rights legislation.

People Not Politicians Revives Court Battle on Redistricting Ballot Initiative

SALEM, Ore. — A coalition of good government groups today asked a federal court for a ruling that could pave the way for reasonable health and safety accommodations to gather signatures for redistricting reform during a pandemic. The People Not Politicians Oregon coalition is asking the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon to rule that Oregon violated the U.S. Constitution when it failed to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic by making reasonable accommodations in its 2020 ballot initiative process.

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