Exclusive COINversations with Progressive Leaders
Tuesday August 23 at 7 pm
COIN is honored to host these two very special guests at our next meeting. Register Here to join us for some Q&A with Democratic candidate for Governor, Tina Kotek, and Democratic candidate for Commissioner of Labor and Industry, Christina Stephenson. You can submit questions for the candidates when you register. Join the meeting, show your support, and find out how you can help these candidates win in November!
Tuesday August 2, 2022 at 7 pm
Meet OR-4 candidate Val Hoyle and OR-6 candidate Andrea Salinas. COIN has proudly endorsed both of these experienced women for Congress. I you're already registered for our regular COIN meetings, you can use the same link as always. If not, please click here to register.
Tuesday July 19, 2022
Response to Roe
Response to Roe
Check out our informative panel discussion about the Dobbs decision and what we as activists can do to protect abortion rights. Our three fabulous panelists were:
Tuesday June 14, 2022
Friday April 27, 2022
COIN had the pleasure of hosting two progressive candidates for BOLI (Bureau of Labor and Industry) Commissioner - Casey Kulla and Christina Stephenson. If you missed the live program, check out this video, The BOLI Commissioner is a non-partisan position, so all voters will see all candidates on their ballots. The top two will advance to the General Election in November.
You can also find out more about these candidates on their websites:
Wednesday April 20, 2022
The Bentz Accountability Team (BAT) and ORD2 Indivisible hosted the two Democratic Candidates running for US Representative in District 2. Joe Yetter and Adam Prine answered our questions and talked with us about their vision for this rural district. The winner of the primary will take on Cliff Bentz in November. Check it out folks. We can do better than Bentz!