Measure 2-100, Benton County’s pioneering Ranked Choice Voting initiative, has been drawing support and attention from near and far: from local newspapers to a Seattle think-tank, and from a neighboring county to Vermont’s Howard Dean. Read the full text of the news release here.
Alan Zundel, Pacific Green Party candidate for Oregon Secretary of State, talks about fair treatment of all candidates and parties.
Supporters of Measure 2-100, the Benton County Ranked Choice Voting initiative, will hold a Campaign Kick Off event which will include a simulated ranked choice election where participants will sample and rank local beer. The event, to be held at 5:30 pm on Monday, October 17, at the Old World Deli, 341 SW Second Street in downtown Corvallis, will be hosted by JoAnne Trow; State Representative Dan Rayfield; County Commissioner candidate Xan Augerot; and Stephanie Hampton, founder of Corvallis for Bernie. The event is free and open to the public but, of course, only those 21 and over with proper ID will be able to participate in the sampling and ranking exercise.Continue reading
Eugene, Oregon – Oct. 13, 2016 – On Wednesday Republican Dennis Richardson and Democrat Brad Avakian, the leading candidates for Oregon Secretary of State, refused pleas to act on behalf of fair treatment of all candidates and parties.Continue reading