Since launching Fair Shot Oregon last month, we’ve had our eyes on the prize: find out where candidates stand on the issues that matter most to women & working families. 

We sent questionnaires to candidates, attended election forums in communities across the state and reviewed voting records to learn more about candidates’ positions. 

We’ve uncovered a lot about these folks and their views—but we still have questions for some candidates that have gone unanswered. 

While it’s unclear where some candidates stand, one thing is for sure: the clock is ticking. 

November 4th is just around the corner. So we are giving candidates one final chance to tell us whether they support Fair Shot solutions. 

Next week, Fair Shot Oregon will host town halls on economic security in Salem, Hillsboro and Medford. 

We invited candidates running for office in these areas to join us and clarify where they stand on the issues we’re fighting for: living wages, equal pay, retirement security, paid sick time and affordable women’s health care.

Which candidates are on the side of women & working families? 

Join us next week and find out.  

Salem
Tuesday, October 21st
First Congressional UCC
700 Marion St. NE
7-8:30 pm
* State House candidates Paul Evans and Kathy Goss have been invited.
Reserve your spot today. RSVP here. 

Hillsboro
Thursday, October 23rd
Hillsboro Public Library 
2850 NE Brookwood Pkwy
7-8:30 pm
* State Senate candidates Bruce Starr and Chuck Riley and State House candidates Susan McLain, Mark Richman, Joe Gallegos, and Dan Mason have been invited.
Reserve your spot today. RSVP here. 

Medford
Thursday, October 23rd
Southern Oregon University, RCC Presentation Hall 
101 S. Bartlett St.
6-7:30 pm
* State senate candidates Alan Bates and Dave Dotterrer have been invited. 
Reserve your spot today. RSVP here.

 




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AuthorMike Westling