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Political leaders and volunteers turn out for Governor Kate Brown

Sun, 10/14/2018 - 12:00

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Ahead of the October 16th voter registration deadline, volunteers and political leaders across the state are showing up and turning out for Governor Kate Brown in huge numbers.

At the final gubernatorial debate, 150 supporters of Governor Brown lined the streets of Portland and rallied in support of their governor. Photos below.

 

Throughout this week, the campaign knocked on the doors of over 13,000 votersand called nearly 8,000 voters. Thanks to the help of more than 220 volunteers, the campaign was able to knock on the doors of over 7,000 voters over the weekend on behalf of Governor Brown.

Organizations and supporters were out in force this weekend to help the Governor win on Election Day. SEIU, Oregon AFL-CIO, The MotherPAC, Planned Parenthood, NARAL, WINPAC, The Working Families Party, Moms Demand Action, and the Bus Project all came together to canvass and phonebank in huge numbers for Governor Brown.

 

1) Governor Brown visited phonebank volunteers in Portland.
2) Governor Brown speaks to a full house of volunteers, introduced by Majority Leader Jennifer Williamson in Oregon City.
3) Senator Ron Wyden got volunteers excited at a Salem Day of Action, and Caesar the Llama joined too!
4) Multnomah County Commissioner Jessica Vega Pederson spoke to volunteers about the importance of re-electing Governor Brown in Portland on Sunday.
5) Governor Brown celebrates an amazing turnout of volunteers in Oregon City with Senate candidate Charles Gallia and Dominic Lopez.
6) Senator Lee Beyer stumped for Governor Brown in Eugene.
7) Senator Ron Wyden was in Hillsboro with Moms Demand Action volunteers on Saturday, impressing the importance of reelecting Governor Kate Brown.
8) Senator Ron Wyden spoke with Governor Brown supporters in Portland this Saturday.Oregon City: A large group of volunteers and supporters gathered on Saturday October 13th to canvass and make phone calls for Governor Kate Brown and the No on Measure 106 campaign.

Oregon City: A large group of volunteers and supporters gathered on Saturday October 13th to canvass and make phone calls for Governor Kate Brown and the No on Measure 106 campaign.