Hey Bus Fam! <3

It’s finally here — the final days of the campaign! That means you have just 5 days to help us build a better Oregon. The Bus Project has been teaming up with Measure 97 by knocking doors and phonebanking trying to talk to as many voters as possible. You probably have received a message or call from our team already!

Measure 97 is the best chance we’ve got to hold big corporations accountable and make lasting investments in Oregon’s future. The race is neck and neck, and we need a big push over the final five days in order to win. You’ve probably heard that Senator Sanders and Senator Elisabeth Warren just endorsed the measure.

During the Final Five, we’re turning things up: We’re ramping up our field efforts (already the largest in Oregon history!), and we’ll be knocking on doors and calling voters all day, everyday, right up until the very last minute.

We know that the single best way to push back against the lies that big corporations are spreading is to connect with voters one-on-one — and that’s exactly what we’re doing.



All across the state, we’re hosting daily canvass and phone banking shifts. If you have an hour to spare, we can get you plugged in.

If you’re near Portland, you won’t want to miss the big canvasses (and special guests) we have scheduled for this weekend!

-Fair Shot For All Coalition, which includes the Bus Project, is co-hosting a canvass this Saturday at 10 am, with special guests Tom Chamberlain, President of Oregon AFL-CIO, and Representative Rob Nosse. Both these folks are real gems.

-Speaker Tina Kotek will be kicking things off Sunday at 1:30pm, and food will be provided by the Oregon State Fire Fighters Council and the Oregon Health Equity Alliance.

The Yes on 97 campaign will go down in Oregon history for everything we’ve accomplished together. Be a part of this historic campaign and help us put an end to big corporations’ free ride so we can finally invest in the things that will allow Oregonians to thrive. Now lets win a better Oregon!


We can win.

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