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Endorsements

Each election cycle, Planned Parenthood PAC of Oregon grants endorsements to candidates that meet the following criteria:

Statewide Races

Governor: Kate Brown

Oregon State Senate

Senate District 4: Floyd Prozanski

Senate District 6: Lee Beyer

Senate District 7: James I. Manning Jr.

Senate District 10: Deb Patterson

Senate District 8: Sara Gelser

Senate District 11: Peter Courtney

Senate District 15: Chuck Riley

Senate District 17: Elizabeth Steiner Hayward

Senate District 19: Rob Wagner

Senate District 20: Charles Gallia

Senate District 24: Shemia Fagan

Senate District 26: Chrissy Reitz

Oregon State House

House District 5: Pam Marsh

House District 6: Michelle Blum Atkinson

House District 8: Paul Holvey

House District 9: Caddy McKeown

House District 10: David Gomberg

House District 11: Marty Wilde

House District 13: Nancy Nathanson

House District 14: Julie Fahey

House District 15: Jerred Taylor

House District 16: Dan Rayfield

House District 17: Renee Windsor-White

House District 18: Barry Shapiro

House District 19: Mike Ellison

House District 20: Paul Evans

House District 21: Brian Clem

House District 22: Teresa Alonso Leon

House District 23: Danny Jaffer

House District 25: Dave McCall

House District 26: Courtney Neron

House District 27: Sheri Malstrom

House District 28: Jeff Barker

House District 29: Susan McLain

House District 30: Janeen Sollman

House District 32: Tiffiny Mitchell

House District 33: Mitch Greenlick

House District 34: Ken Helm

House District 35: Margaret Doherty

House District 36: Jennifer Williamson

House District 37: Rachel Prusak

House District 38: Andrea Salinas

House District 40: Mark Meek

House District 41: Karin Power

House District 42: Rob Nosse

House District 43: Tawna Sanchez

House District 44: Tina Kotek

House District 45: Barbara Smith Warner

House District 46: Alissa Keny-Guyer

House District 47: Diego Hernandez

House District 48: Jeff Reardon

House District 49: Chris Gorsek

House District 50: Carla Piluso

House District 51: Janelle Bynum

House District 52: Anna Williams

House District 53: Eileen Kiley

Statewide Ballot Measures

Ballot Measure 102: YES

Ballot Measure 103: NO

Ballot Measure 104: NO

Ballot Measure 105: NO

Ballot Measure 106: NO

Regional Ballot Measures

Metro Ballot Measure 26-199: YES

Federal Races

(as an affiliate of the national Planned Parenthood Action Fund)

U.S. Congress, District 1: Suzanne Bonamici

U.S. Congress, District 2: Jamie McLeod-Skinner

U.S. Congress, District 3: Earl Blumenauer

U.S. Congress, District 4: Peter DeFazio

U.S. Congress, District 5: Kurt Schrader

 
Latest News
Nov72018
Planned Parenthood PAC of Oregon Celebrates Re-election of Governor Kate Brown and Defeat of Ballot Measure 106

Oregonians made their voices heard tonight, voting to re-elect Governor Kate Brown and improve access to reproductive health care and stop attacks against women’s health and rights.

Quote from Emily McLain, Executive Director, Planned Parenthood PAC of Oregon:

“Voters just sent a clear message to politicians: When you attack women’s health, rights and freedoms, you lose. Oregonians won’t stand idly by as politicians push for dangerous and unpopular policies that strip us of our health care and ...

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Oct172018
WATCH: Oregon Organizations Call Out Republican Knute Buehler's Empty Campaign Promises

Leaders representing educators, environmental protections and reproductive rights say GOP gubernatorial candidate is saying one thing, doing the opposite

In a new television ad, three of Oregon’s leading organizations representing educators, environmental protections and reproductive rights called out Republican Knute Buehler for misleading voters on each of these key issues.

“We see it over and over, Republican Knute Buehler says one thing but does the opposite,” the ad states. “The real Knute Buehler voted against investing in schools and ...

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Latest Campaigns
Sep112017
Share Your Story!

Personal stories are critical when advocating to maintain or even expand access to the vital health services that Planned Parenthood provides. By sharing your story, you can play a significant role in the work we do.

There are many levels of comfort when sharing a personal story. Please share what you are willing, and indicate your permission levels where applicable. Please note: Your story — including your name if you provide it — may appear in public advocacy projects such as Planned Parenthood websites, brochures or other printed material. Even if you do not provide your name, keep in mind that some ...

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