One Final Reminder: Ballots Due Tuesday


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As you're recovering from Halloween-related hangovers and corn syrup-induced stomachaches, think about this potentially distressing thought: you have only until 8 pm on Tuesday, Nov. 2 to vote in the Oregon election. To the many of you who haven't voted yet, here are our candidate and initiative endorsements. And here's where you can drop off your ballot. One last thing—if the vitriol ...   More
 
Monday, November 1, 2010 Jason Slotkin

Updated: VOTE! Or This Baby Will Be Very Unhappy


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See this adorable and civically engaged baby ? She's totally in the tank for Obama. And she's annoyed that, of 436,489 registered voters in Multnomah County, only 283,111 of you had turned in your ballots by 8 am this morning. That 64% , guys. You can do better! As soon as turnout tops 80%, this awesome baby, who belongs to a Willamette Week employee and is very concerned about the future of ...   More
 
Tuesday, November 4, 2008 BEN WATERHOUSE

The 2010 Best of Portland Poll: One Week Left To Vote!


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Hey, you! Voting for the 2010 Best of Portland Poll closes July 14. Want to make your voice heard? Want to be represented? Want to remind everyone that Floater is not the best band in the city, thankyouverymuch, and that my failure to include The People's Sandwich of Portland in our Cheap Eats guide was a travesty on the order of BP's ongoing disaster in the gulf? Head on over to the voting page ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 7, 2010 BEN WATERHOUSE

If You Haven't Voted Yet, Read This


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Yes, we're all busy with a gazillion distractions heading into Halloween weekend. But us let take the opportunity on this dreary Thursday morning to remind you to vote. There's less than a week to go until ballots are due on Tuesday, Nov. 2 into county elections offices. And turnout numbers for Oregon so far show about three out of every four registered voters haven't returned their ballots ...   More
 
Thursday, October 28, 2010 HANK STERN

Scare Away Voter Apathy


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Other than the onslaught of political ads, is anything really more terrifying than voter apathy? Volunteers with the now-regular election ritual of Trick or Vote may show up on your doorstep in Portland this Halloween afternoon to help dispel that apathy before the Nov. 2 election. (As of today, only about one in six Multnomah County voters has returned a ballot.) The Oregon Bus Project expects ...   More
 
Tuesday, October 26, 2010 Jason Slotkin

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