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Posts by Reagan Knopp

The Coronavirus Campaign

Every year it seems we’re facing a historic election. I can easily say that 2020 was the most unique campaign of my decade working in politics. Oregon’s vote-by-mail system ensured that voters could safely cast their vote. We don’t yet know the full impact on voters, but we saw 46 percent of eligible voters cast…

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No Pause for Pro-Lifers in Pandemic Primary

One of the most unique elections in Oregon history took place on May 19. In the midst of a worldwide pandemic and unprecedented stay-at-home orders, primary election voters across the state made their voices heard. The perseverance of pro-life voters was felt during these extraordinary times as results rolled in on election night. In Oregon’s…

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Second Congressional District Seat Up for Grabs

By Liberty Pike, Deputy Director For the first time in almost a decade, one of Oregon’s congressional seats is open. Not only that, the open seat is the Second Congressional District (CD 2) currently held by Rep. Greg Walden. This seat is Oregon’s only pro-life Republican seat in Congress. With Rep. Walden’s announced retirement, it…

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Pro-Life PCPs Are Still Important

The excitement of the 2020 election is here. We are already fielding calls from many prospective pro-life candidates for office. Before you know it, the May primary election will be upon us. One thing that can get lost in the busyness of this primary election season is the importance of local precinct committee persons (PCPs).…

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Eastern Oregon Legislators Remain Pro-Life

The retirement of Cliff Bentz from the Oregon State Senate at the very beginning of the year created a domino effect in Eastern Oregon politics. Republican precinct committee persons met to select a new state senator and state representative. On a cold day in early January, Republican PCPs from across Senate District 30 met in…

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