Monthly Archives: August 2016
This Sunday. 5pm to 7pm. Go to Dig A Pony. This is a no program. This is a no financial ask. This is a no speaker’s event. Just come drink with us. When you drink, a small portion of the … Continue reading
Thursday at Cup and Bar from 6pm to 7pm we’ll be joined with former PolitiCorp alum to cheer on the graduating class. We are so sad that they’re leaving. We are so sad that 10 weeks has come so fast, … Continue reading
Tonight at 8pm. The Bus Project is hosting a fun night of Trivia at The Waypost! Come join the fun!
In 2008, 6 million Americans didn’t vote because they missed a registration deadline or didn’t know how to register. In 2016, we want to make sure no one is left out. On September 27, 2016, volunteers, celebrities, and organizations from … Continue reading
We think democracy works best when more people are able to participate. Oregon Motor Voter puts a ballot in the hands of more eligible voters. And that’s what democracy should look like.
Ana is originally from Mexico, she currently lives in Salem, Oregon where she attends Willamette University. She is majoring in politics and economics. She acquired her interest in politics through her involvement in Willamette Academy, a college access non-profit that … Continue reading
Lisa is a Russian-born Portland native. She is a senior at the University of Oregon studying Political Science and French, and even spent her sophomore year studying politics in Paris. She is an active member in UO’s student government, acting … Continue reading
Auna is originally from Walla Walla, Washington and is in her final undergraduate year at Portland State University with a double major in Political Science and Philosophy. As a first generation U.S. citizen, Auna hopes to channel her skills into … Continue reading
Come join The Bus Project for an evening of saucy political trivia! All your deets are here!~! There is a Bus drink special.