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Some ways that folks can  help our candidate for U.S. Senate, Bruce Cronk.  
We don't have a multi-million dollar budget like some candidates, but there are some easy--and cheap--things you can do to help spread the word.
Remember, we need to get 1% of the vote in this race to maintain our status as a qualified political party in Oregon, so it is critical that we get the word out!
Thanks for your support!  Steve Hughes / Oregon Working Families Party
503-841-7161 (office) / 503-412-8041 (cell) / 7095 SW Sandburg Street
Tigard, OR 97223   or contact
Barbara Dudley /Co-Chair Oregon Working Families Party / http://oregonwfp.org

...are calling Congress (202-225-3121) to vote against $35 billion more for the Endless War in Afghanistan, because we desperately need those funds right here at home.  Speaking up for progressive principles always feels good, but it feels infinitely better when you use a Third Party which offers an alternative to the Retro-colonial Republicons and the Corporate Democrats who will not put issues on the table.  Get together with those who care about critical issues.  Think outside the box on this WFPpage: 
http://sites.google.com/site/wfpworkingfamiliesparty/

Ask Jamie Partridge what he thinks
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More info. at www.UnionResource.org/
or checkout our blog:  http://oregonworkingfamiliesparty.blogspot.com/
Here are some things goin on... at WFP 
Click here to register with the Working Families Party.
We're a new kind of party. We focus on the issues instead of personalities. We're committed to supporting any candidates who are committed to fighting for universal health care & education.  We also deserve decent jobs, quality schools, fair taxes, safe workplaces, and respect. 
Registering to vote as a member of the Working Families party encourages candidates and elected officials to be accountable to everyone, instead of catering to only the wealthy and well-connected.
The more of us there are, the more they'll have to listen.
There's never been a better time to jump on board.
So grab your driver's license and join the Working Families Party.
Two minutes can make a difference.
Thanks for everything you do, 
Barbara Dudley, Chair, Oregon WFP




 It's not every day we get to build a real political party from the ground up. But this is what we are doing with the Working Families Party. Thanks to last year's fusion voting victory, the Working Families Party can "cross-nominate" candidates for elected office this year.  

We intend to take full advantage.  It is time to make our voices heard.


Our goal is to get candidates of all parties talking about the issues that matter most to working people in this state, and next year to move our legislative agenda, including a state bank and disability insurance for all Oregonians. And we need your help.


Our first chance at building a new political party for working people in Oregon is only a few days away.  Will you be there?

The Oregon Working Families Party is really beginning to pick up steam.  Thanks to last year's fusion voting victory, the WFP can now "cross-nominate" candidates for elected office this year.  Dozens of candidates from all across the state have already asked for our party's nomination.  

A plan for real change

Getting our party's endorsement clearly means something to Oregon politicians, and our goal is to get candidates of all parties talking about the issues that matter most to working people in this state.   And next year we aim to move our legislative agenda, including a state bank and disability insurance for all Oregonians. 

Time to make our voices heard   Have you registered with the WFP?

It's easy! Just grab your driver's license and click on the link: http://oregonwfp.org/register. It takes just three minutes.  more info:  http://sites.google.com/site/wfpworkingfamiliesparty/
checkout our blog:  http://oregonworkingfamiliesparty.blogspot.com/

P.P.S.   Did you see the feature article about the WFP in a recent edition of the Oregonian? Check it out. And click here to share the link with friends.


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