City of Portland Gives Mayoral Recall Campaign The Boot From Office Space


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The City of Portland won't give a new office-space lease to the campaign that wants to force a recall vote on Mayor Sam Adams. In a strange twist of geographic fate, the recall campaign had been using city-owned retail space on the corner of Southwest 10th Avenue and Morrison Street as the home base for the campaign since Feb. 1. That will end officially on March 10. Recall volunteer Teresa McGuire ...   More
 
Monday, March 1, 2010 BETH SLOVIC

Recall Campaign Starts Using Paid Signature Gatherers


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The campaign to recall Mayor Sam Adams says it started using paid signature gatherers on Sunday, about one month before the final deadline to submit the necessary signatures to the Portland auditor's office. But the mostly volunteer-led campaign still faces several challenges. The campaign has until April 20 to collect 32,183 valid signatures. So far, volunteers have collected 10,000, the campaign ...   More
 
Monday, March 22, 2010 BETH SLOVIC

City Hall: Recall Campaign Against Adams Collects Another $19,500


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Tim Boyle, CEO of Columbia Sportswear, gave another $10,000 to the campaign to recall Mayor Sam Adams, which has less than a month to collect more than 32,000 valid signatures. The new donation brings Boyle's overall donation to $17,500. New donors to the campaign this month also include Peter Stott, founder and CEO of Crown Pacific Partners, one of the state's largest timber companies; David ...   More
 
Thursday, March 25, 2010 BETH SLOVIC

Second Mayoral Recall Fails; Volunteers Decline To Submit Signatures


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Here's the whole rather bizarre statement from Adams recaller Jasun Wurster. (Highlight: "We are in the top 5 Google searches of 'Sam Adams Portland.'") Dear Portlanders, Thank you for your support over the past year in a movement that demands to bring open, transparent and accountable local government back to our city. The bottom line is we simply can not recall the first "openly gay mayor" ...   More
 
Tuesday, April 20, 2010 BETH SLOVIC

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