Where Conservative Minds From All Parties Can Cooperate and Surpass The Partisan Political Divide

Board Page Updated, Meet & Greet Success, OPB Interview

The page reviewing our board is now updated to reflect our newly elected board members. Also, thanks to all that came out to our meet and greet in Pendleton.  Here is an article from the East Oregonian about the positive interaction between the members who were able to attend and a couple of area legislators. […]

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Another View on ‘Motor Voter’

The right to vote is a fundamentally important and basic right for the citizens of our great county, paid for since its inception by the blood of patriots.  Equally as patriotic is the act of helping those citizens who have a hardship or are otherwise unaware of the requirement of our state to register to […]

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The Partisan Political Divide, Part 2

After writing last month’s message detailing my view of the partisan nature of our nation’s political parties (and how this has manifested very publicly in Oregon and the national Republican party), I ran across a Pew Research article outlining this exact phenomenon influencing our everyday lives after polling 10,000 adults nationwide.  Some of the findings […]

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May 2014 Minutes

The minutes for our May 2014 meeting are now available here for review.  Minutes from past meetings are also available via our previous meeting minutes page.

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May 2014 Executive Committee Report, Monthly Newsletter

Good afternoon all, Caucus members currently signed up on our membership roster (with current email addresses) got our first monthly newsletter in their email boxes over the weekend.  This newsletter will be put out monthly, folks interested in signing up on our roster can do so on the ‘join us‘ page. This month’s executive committee […]

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The Partisan Political Divide

For someone fairly new to the minutia of statewide politics, it has been very interesting observing the overall political landscape and impact of the last couple of national election cycles.  The unfortunate fallout of one party gaining power across consecutive presidential elections (going back to the year 2000) has been the growth of polarizing forces […]

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April 2014 Minutes

Sorry for the delay, capsule minutes from our April meeting can now be found here.  Just a reminder, hospital all of our past meeting minutes are available for review as well.

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Push to Privatize OLCC

It should come as no surprise that after achieving a victory in the State of Washington, proponents of privatizing liquor sales have set their sights on Oregon.  Major corporate interests behind the privatization effort were able to convince the citizens of Washington that divorcing government regulation and control of the alcohol market would result in […]

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Portland Meet & Greet

Please join caucus leadership and local legislators at the Portland AFSCME office tonight at 5:30 to meet and greet caucus board and general members.

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March 2014 Minutes

Minutes from our March meeting can now be found here.  Just a reminder, ambulance all of our past meeting minutes are available for review as well.

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