Keep up the pressure, folks! If one needed motivation to keep going and pushing back against this administration, the Kavanaugh nomination is it. The nomination process has descended into utter chaos and has exposed just how corrupt and morally vacant the GOP is. We’re building a movement from the ground up to vote out as many of them as we can. What will you do this week to do your share? There are plenty of small and large actions included in this week’s update.
OSTPDX Announces Monthly Meetings for October and November
October 9, 6:45 p.m., BACK AT THE SUBUD CENTER, 3185 NE Regents Dr.
“The Rubber Hits the Road – Get Out the Vote!” Learn what you can do to ensure a Huge Blue Wave in November. Speakers Thalia Zepatos and Amy Kessler will present about how to mobilize progressive voters and get out the vote. Zepatos will describe research on effective election strategies and how we can each be thought leaders for our network of friends, family and colleagues. Kessler will tell us about effective on-the-ground campaign work, including the work she is now doing for governor Kate Brown. We will have a short political action to do in small groups after we hear from these great speakers.
November 13, 6:45 p.m., Subud Center, 3185 NE Regents Dr.
“Midterms Wrap Up –What We Learned, Where We Are Going, and How Do We Keep a Grassroots Movement Growing” Dr Jim Moore, political commentator on OPB and professor of Political Science at Pacific University and political commentator David Sarasohn will present their take-aways from one of the most important elections of our lifetimes.
Here’s a list of other upcoming events and actions:
Resist Trump Tuesdays by Indivisible Oregon: September 25th at 11:30 a.m.
Bonamici Town Hall:
Portland Town Hall Meeting
Monday, September 24, 2018 – 6:00pm
The Friendly House Gym
1737 NW 26th Ave.
Portland, OR 97210
Stand on Every Corner:
Governor Kate Brown (Point person: Paulette Wittwer):
OR-2 Jamie McLeod-Skinner (Point person: Lynn Youngbar):
- Postcards at Guilders Coffee, 2393 NE Fremont: Tuesdays, 3-5 p.m. starting Sept. 25. Questions, call Lynn, 503-307-4246. McLeod-Skinner’s campaign is gaining momentum!! Be part of an upset victory in OR 2.
- Happy Hour Fundraiser: Thursday, September 27th 6-8 pm 2406 NE 19th Ave. (not limited mobility accessible). Hosted by Erica Rubin, Kay Sohl, Mary Forst & Jean Powrie.
- Happy Hour Fundraiser: Saturday October 6th 5:30-7PM, 2224 NE 36th Ave (not limited mobility accessible). Hosted by Smitha Chadaga, Warren McPherson, Sabina Haque, Hussain Lakdawala.
- Phonebanking: September 25th 5:30-8:00
- Canvass in Hood River: Wednesday, September 26th 5:00-8:00
- Canvass in Hood River: Sunday, September 30th 11:00-2:00
- Postcards at Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider: Mondays at 4:00 p.m.
- Postcards at Prosperity Pie Shoppe in SW Portland: Tuesdays at 4:00 p.m
WA-3 Caroylyn Long (Point person: Jeff Kidder):
S-20 Charles Gallia (Point Person: Jane Stackhouse):
Party to Elect 3 Dynamic Democratic Women-Janelle Bynum H-51, Chrissy Rietz S-26 & Anna Williams H-52: Tuesday, October 2nd 5:30-7:00
H-37 Rachel Prusak: Canvass Saturday, September 29 from 10:00-2:00. Text Miranda at 410-458-5220 or email info@BerniePDX.us for meeting address.
H-52 Anna Williams: Multnomah canvass October 6th 9:45-1:00
Ballot Measures: “Do 102 and Nix on 103 through 106”
Visit Defend Oregon’s Facebook Page to Show your support for NO on 103 & 104 with these three ways to help:
- Share our TV ad
- Share the first of our 10 reasons to VOTE NO series
- Take a selfie with one of our yard signs and post it on Facebook
People of Faith Support Measure 16-201 Portland Clean Energy:
- Who: ED Mondaine of NAACP and Tony DeFalco of Verde
- When: Thursday Oct 11, 6 pm community building and snacks Buchan Atrium enter off Salmon Street, 6:45 pm Program in Eliot Chapel
- Where: First Unitarian Church Portland Corner SW Twelfth and Salmon,
- Surprise guest event for some fun; Bring your checkbooks and a friend with questions about the Measure.
- For those who cannot attend, WATCH LIVEhttp://firstunitarianportland.org
- Donate through campaign website or at event
Portland Clean Energy Fund:
Screening of the film The Reluctant Radical
- Join us Tuesday, October 16th, at Havurah Shalom for a free screening of the film “The Reluctant Radical,” followed by a discussion with Ken Ward. Doors will open at 6:30 pm for time to mingle and enjoy delicious snacks, and the program will begin promptly at 7:00 pm. Presented in partnership with Congregations P’na Or and Kol Shalom.
- The Reluctant Radical is an intimate portrait of climate activist Ken Ward, as he wrestles with what life choices he should make and what direct actions he should take in response to the greatest crisis that human civilization has ever faced: Climate Change.
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