Note: As this guide was prepared with CCHS 12th-grade Government classes in mind, its focus is on ballot measures to be discussed as a part of this class (which focuses on state and Multnomah county issues). Any candidate endorsements accessible via this page are incidental, or a matter of what is presented on a linked political party's own website.
News Relating to Ballot Measures
Note: anyone may file an argument in the voters pamphlet, rules and fees for doing so are here (Multnomah County), and here (Statewide). Rules for for what is prohibited are here . Postings are not Checked or Edited for accuracy.
Note: on rare occasions, citizens will file "Arguments in Opposition" as "Arguments in Support" (and vice versa) but phrased in a way as to resemble the type filed as.
Example: "Vote YES on Measure 24-601 if you think STEALING bread from hardworking small business owners should be legal."