Monthly Archives: April 2016
Listen, we’re not mad at Jules Bailey for pulling out of Portland’s only youth-focused candidate forum. We’re just disappointed. It’s disappointing when somebody running for office decides that young voters are a lower priority than taking the night off. We … Continue reading
We are still accepting applications for PolitiCorps– our political organizing and leadership development fellowship over the summer. ABOUT US: The Oregon Bus Project is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization working to build a more accessible democracy that more accurately reflects and … Continue reading
Our team is fierce. Our team is committed. Our team is dedicated. We take challenges very seriously. Thanks for your support. Many of you stepped up and gave during our competition and we love you. We appreciate you. And we … Continue reading
The Bus Project and Know Your City present AMERICA’S NEXT TOP CANDIDATE: an election year showcase that reveals a more interesting side of the local leaders who are competing for your vote. Join us for an entertaining night full of … Continue reading
Friends, The immigrant community in Oregon is under attack. Again. After anti-immigrant forces won in 2014 on Measure 88 (driver’s cards), they now feel they have the momentum to pass even more hateful policies to make the lives of … Continue reading
Native Vote should surge in ‘16 This article first appeared in the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Newsletter. Deadline to register to vote in Oregon Primary is April 26 (You can register to vote here.) By Jane Hill, … Continue reading
34,410. That is the amount of additional voters that have been added to the voter rolls under Oregon Motor Voter. For folks not geeking out on wonky data, and super stoked about democracy, and our immpreeeesssive legislative (first of it’s … Continue reading
We are excited to partner with Know Your City for an upcoming candidate forum on April 29th. We hope you will join us. To buy tickets: GO here.
We are only 4 new monthly donors away from getting 100 new monthly donors. Nathan Howard is going to get a BUS TATTOO if it happens. Join us.