26-184 limits big money in Multnomah County races
With big money interests dominating politics nationally, strong campaign finance laws are critical to protect the integrity of local elections — our elections.
Multnomah County is no stranger to flow of big money. In 2014, the race for County Commission Chair set a record, with the winning candidate spending $466,000. The future does not bode well, as Oregon is one of 6 states to place no limits on campaign contributions. Last year, the Center for Public Integrity ranked Oregon 49th worst in the nation in controlling “political financing,” beating only Mississippi.
Big money in politics weakens our democratic institutions, undermines confidence in government and excludes the vast majority of citizens from seeking public office.
Yes on 26-184 keeps Multnomah County
of, by and for the people by . . .
1. Limiting the influence of big money in Multnomah County
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Donald Trump makes the case for campaign finance reform.
Measure 26-184 is a Multnomah County ballot referral to reduce the influence of large campaign contributions and expenditures on candidate elections and to increase the information available to voters on the sources and amounts of political campaign funding.
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1 PAGE SUMMARY OF MULTNOMAH MEASURE
Report by the Multnomah county Charter Review subCommittee on campaign finance reform
TEXT OF THE MULTNOMAH MEASURE
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2 PAGE SUMMARY OF MULTNOMAH MEASURE