LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
VOLUME 46, NUMBER 2
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OREGON 2022 GENERAL ELECTION
This Nonpartisan Voters’ Guide is published and provided free of charge by the League of Women Voters of Oregon. This is a FREE NONPARTISAN ELECTION REPORT for Oregon’s November 8th, 2022, General Election. More voting information is available on their website: lwvor.org/VOTE. The League of Women Voters does not support or oppose any candidate or political party.
The Talking Book and Braille Library helped produce the audio Voters’ Guide below. Contact us at 800-452-0292 for more information. For a complete and updated League events list, visit Vote411.org.
INTRODUCTION & TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section 1: VOTER INFORMATION
Section 2: ELECTIONS CONTACT INFORMATION
Section 3: BALLOT MEASURES
Section 4: CANDIDATES FOR US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Section 5: CANDIDATES FOR US SENATE
Section 6: CANDIDATES FOR OREGON GOVERNOR
Section 7: CANDIDATES FOR COMMISSIONER OF THE BUREAU OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIES (BOLI)
Section 8 CANDIDATES FOR JUDGE OF OREGON COURT OF APPEALS
Section 9: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THIS GUIDE
Information about Candidates Listed in this Voters Guide:
Candidates were invited to answer questions submitted by League of Women Voters volunteers. Answers provided by the deadline are provided here as submitted by the candidates within the word limit.
Candidates are listed in the randomized alphabetical order provided by the Oregon Elections Department. Some candidates have more than one political party listed after their name because some parties may choose to support the candidate of another party. The parties supporting at least one candidate in the November 2022 election are the: Constitution, Democrat, Independent, Libertarian, Pacific Green, Progressive, Republican, and Working Families parties.
How the League of Women Loters Research Ballot Measures:
League of Women Voters members research and write these ballot measure reports. Researchers try to verify all factual information. Using published information and asking questions of economists and others, thry work diligently to ensure their reports are balanced, accurate, and fair. They strive to provide the information you need to make an informed vote. Contact email@example.com for more information.
You can find your district, your ballot candidates, and measures in the League of Women Voters' voter resources web pages at lwvor.org/VOTE. For your specific ballot choices, go to Vote411.org and enter your address.