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Local Elections More Important Than Ever

David Kilada Political Director

All politics is local, they say. Most of the years I’ve worked in local politics, I have doubted the truth of this phrase. After all, 99 percent of the time people focus on what is going on in the White House or the Congress. Little thought is given to the Oregon State Capitol, much less…

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Rallies Draw Large Crowds

2018 roe v wade memorial

January 22 marked the 45th anniversary of the Supreme Court of the United States legalizing abortion through their Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions. Since then, 60 million lives have been ended by legal abortion. On January 14, close to 2,000 Oregonians attended Oregon Right to Life’s annual Roe v. Wade Memorial and March in Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square. The weather…

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Election Results: Roe V. Wade Lost

What a year.  A year dominated by a crazy, unpredictable presidential race that sent experienced operatives back to the drawing board and the establishment scurrying. No one predicted that, when the dust settled, we would have a president, Senate, and Congress poised to pass pro-life legislation. Even Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, said, “I…

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