This November, Oregon is facing two regressive ballot measures with civil liberties and civil rights implications - Measure 105 and and Measure 106. We need people to join our dedicate team of volunteers to help to get the word about why Oregonians need to vote NO on both of these measures.
Every volunteer who joins us in making phone calls, knocking on doors, and writing post cards.
- Vote No on 105: No one should be targeted based solely on the color of their skin, their accent, or their perceived immigration status. If Measure 105 passes, it could open the door to racial profiling and families being torn apart, simply because someone is perceived to be an undocumented immigrant. We must not allow Oregon to become a "show me your papers" state.
- Vote No on 106: Every woman in Oregon must be able to decide whether and when to become a parent — no matter how much money she makes, or how she is insured. If Measure 106 passes, it would make it so only those who can afford it are able to access abortion. A right is not a right if you can’t afford to access it.
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