This is only the beginning. We may not have won the election, but we’ve won the public debate. Every major local media outlet is now talking about the need for Portland City Council districts so that we can have a truly representative City Hall, which was not happening before we launched this
We need leaders in City Hall who will fight for ALL Portlanders! Vote Julia DeGraw for City Council by May 15. Find a ballot drop box by 8:00pm this Tuesday at julia4pdx.com/vote (it’s too late to mail). Join Team Julia tonight to watch the results roll in and celebrate months
TODAY, May 10, is the last day to mail your ballot to ensure it arrives on time. After today, *use a ballot drop box before 8:00pm on MAY 15* And don’t forget to sign the back of your ballot envelope! Click here to find a drop box near you.
Working families should not have to fight City Hall for months to keep community centers with childcare and preschool open. City Hall should not be cutting funding for youth transit passes that low income students in East Portland rely on to get to school. Our city’s budget must put
Come out Friday, 6-8pm, to support Julia DeGraw, a candidate taking on the establishment! Dancing is encouraged but not required 🙂 Skipper Osborne is our host and we’ll be dancing to DJs Lincoln Up, Peter Marks, and Moonchild. $10 requested at the door. RSVP, Share & Invite your
I had a great time sharing my vision for a representative City Hall at the League of Women Voters Forum! It was wonderful to participate with such diverse and enthusiastic attendees, including high school students, who were excited about my bold ideas for our city. Catch the video
Help deliver literature to Portland voters! This is a great opportunity to walk around a Portland neighborhood and leave literature on voters’ doors. Busy on weekends but still want to volunteer? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll set you up. *DATE: Saturday, April 28 *TIMES: 10:30am-2:30pm
At the second Community Budget Forum on Tuesday, Portlanders demanded that City Hall not cut programs that people rely on. Yesterday morning, we took calls for more public funding to the next level by announcing the Basic Rights and Social Services (BRASS) Tax in front of Wells Fargo downtown.