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Jiggy Athilingam Jan 23
🚨 OREGON IT'S NOT TO LATE! 1.5 hours left to turn in your ballots to protect healthcare for 25% of Oregonians. Ballots are due at 8PM. The strongest form of resistance is voting!
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DSA Portland Oregon Jan 6
Many of you may have received your Measure 101 ballots in the mail. Don’t delay, vote yes and send that ballot in ASAP! As we move towards M4A we can’t let attacks on what little we have succeed
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soph | fdt Jan 18
if you need a reason to vote yes on measure 101 here it is.
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Mary Stata Jan 23
THRILLED that Measure 101 passed! And I'm overwhelmed with gratitude for the Indivisible groups throughout Oregon who have made phone calls, knocked on doors (in the rain!), and mobilized to protect Medicaid expansion in Oregon.
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Kate Brown Jan 23
I’m especially proud of our state tonight. The voters have said loud and clear that you should be able to see the doctor when you're sick and have health care you can afford. Oregonians came together to say !
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alexander Jan 21
make it your monday goal to vote
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Megan Cleland Jan 3
Another reason why Oregon is basically the greatest.
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Cole Merkel Jan 23
Woot! Measure 101, which never should’ve been on the ballot in the first place has passed! Kudos to everyone who worked hard to ensure all Oregonians have access to healthcare. Now let’s talk carbon caps & affordable housing this legislative session. orleg
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Nicole Early Jan 15
I submitted my ballot today! Have you submitted yours?
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IndivisibleOregon Jan 23
MEASURE 101 PASSES! CONGRATULATIONS, !
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Amanda Fritz Jan 11
"The hospitals who stand to be taxed support a yes vote... some [State Republicans] favor the measure. Senate Republican Jackie Winters has struggled with cancer. Spending time at the hospital, she said, has only reinforced her belief the tax on hospitals is necessary."
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DSA 🌹 Jan 16
Oregon! You have 7 days left to vote to protect healthcare access for the one million Oregonians who count on Medicaid, including 400,000 children.
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Benton County Dems Jan 2
Voting YES on means you support: 1) Access to healthcare for every child 2) Working families, seniors & people with disabilities 3) Stabilizing healthcare costs & insurance premiums 4) Dedicated funding to healthcare programs
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Sara Gelser Jan 7
Such an important measure. Such an easy choice. Please vote . Everyone deserves access to health care!
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Indivisible Hillsboro-OR Jan 20
We value healthcare and spent the afternoon canvassing our neighbors to for Thanks for hosting. We may have missed while she is in DC putting things back together, but had a great day!
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Phil Carrasco Jan 11
Lane Community College Board of Education members say
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Trevor Phillips 🇺🇸 Jan 5
❤️ 👨‍⚕️ We got our ballots today, and we Voted YES on Measure 101! Please vote YES byJanuary 23rd. ❤️ 👨‍⚕️
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Ore Housing Alliance Jan 20
The Housing Alliance says YES on Measure 101 because we believe no one should choose between paying rent and buying medicine. Have you turned in your ballot?
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Jiggy Athilingam Jan 23
HELL YEAH! 🙌🏾 Huge shoutout to all the Indivisible groups that partnered with the coalition to canvass and GOTV to get to !
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Street Roots Jan 22
1 in 4 Oregonians are counting on your vote so they can access healthcare. Tomorrow’s the election, get your ballots in! Then get three of your friends to turn theirs in as well. Ultimately this election is about people & our commitment to take care of one another.
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