Koch Brothers Funding Top Two Primary

 noonmeasure90.png   The Koch brothers, through their firm Koch Industries, are providing significant funding to a major supporter of Measure 90, the top two primary proposal.  "The Koch brothers join a parade of corporations, corporate executives, and big-time financiers in bankrolling Measure 90," said Seth Woolley of the Pacific Green Party.  "They correctly perceive Measure 90 as a way for the corporations to control Oregon."
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Oregonian excludes Green candidate for Governor


The Oregonian is seeking questions to ask only 2 gubernatorial candidates. It is also reporting on planned debates between only two candidates for governor and only two for U.S. Senator.

This would be a good time to comment on this articles, call the reporters who wrote them, call editors at the Oregonian and WRITE LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Democracy only works when voters are fully informed.

There is no reason to discriminate against grassroots, independent candidates.  There is no reason to favor candidates who belong to certain political parties or who accept campaign "contributions" from corporations.  The media should not censor or act as a gatekeeper for the electoral process. Voters should be informed about all candidates and make up their own minds. Please call, comment, write and agitate!

Watcha doing candidate?



Click here to read an excellent interview by Erin Rook.


Pacific Northwest Social Forum


As an enthusiastic co-sponsor of the Pacific Northwest Social Forum we ask members to attend and help outreach to people attending, who are our most natural and resonant base.  


Call our office at  (541) 516-6059 to volunteer.

Demand Police De-militarization

hands_up.JPG   The Pacific Green Party of Oregon expresses solidarity with the good people of Ferguson, Missouri and elsewhere, and demands that local police be de-militarized!


Order and wear the button shown to the left, in support of the justice for all.  Button is 1.25" Union printed and made in Detroit.

Governor's Forum 9/27 at Eugene Hilton

2014_09_27_Governors_Forum_Eugene_Hilton.JPG   In some very exciting news, Jason Levin, Pacific Green Party gubernatorial candidate, has been invited by the League of Oregon Cities to participate in their Gubernatorial Candidate Forum on Saturday, 27th September 2014, from noon to 2 p.m., at the Eugene Hilton.  You can find Jason's campaign website here and his facebook page here.

PQ Interview of Christina Lugo for US Senate


Thanks to Nick Mattos who interviewed Christina for PQ Monthly, Portland's LGBTQ press, about the Senate race. Click here to read the interview.  Christina has also gained enough signatures to qualify her powerful statement to be included in the 2014 General Election Voters' Pamphlet sent to every Oregon voter, which you can read here.

For up to date information on her campaign and platform, visit Christina Lugo for US Senate campaign facebook page.

Pacific Green Party Voter Pamphlet Statement


Oregonians beware—Ballot Measure 90 is a threat to your right to vote.

Read more from our Voters' Pamphlet Statement below the fold.   For a print-ready version of our statement, click here.

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Nominating Convention Results


Voting results from our Corvallis Nominating Convention held August 9th are in, and we are excited to announce the following nominations:

Christina Lugo - candidate for US Senate

Jason Levin - candidate for Oregon Governor

Art Krueger - candidate for Oregon Senate District 3

More details under the fold.

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Pacific Green Party Calls for Defeat of "Dangerous and Deceitful" Top Two Primary Proposal


The Pacific Green Party today announced that its state convention has 
called for a NO vote on the "Top Two" ballot measure.

Pacific Green Party member Blair Bobier, a lawyer and elections expert, 
said that: "The Top Two ballot measure is a dangerous and deceitful 
proposal which will severely restrict the rights of all Oregon voters 
in the November election."

 Read the full release after the flip.

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