Multnomah County Republican Party


  • Initiative Petitions 2024

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      Petition Summaries & Printable Petition Sheets

      We need to work fast to get enough signatures to put these Petitions on the Ballot. We can print the attached petition sheets and invite people to sign and share them. We have a chance to make a real difference in Oregon with these four Petitions:

      • Initiative Petitions (IPs) 5 & 6 for School Choice & Open Enrollment. Getting signatures for these Petitions is urgent. Download signature petition sheets at or download PDFs for IP5 and IP6.
      • IP4 for No Tolls. We need email addresses in order to contact signers again when this Petition is inevitably renewed. (Download PDF petition sheet for IP4.) Media reports that the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is hiring folks to work the toll booths they’re preparing to build. ODOT plans to toll every road or bridge they can in Oregon. 87% of funds received will go to pay workers, not to fix our roads. Do you suppose they want more folks to expand the State bureaucracy or hire them to pay into Oregon’s Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)?
      • IP21 for Constitutional Carry. Even though this Petition is suspended, we need signers’ contacts to educate and sign when this Petition is renewed later. (Download PDF petition sheet for IP21.)

      Please print the linked petition sheets and invite people to sign and share them ASAP!

    • Gun Raffle

      Multnomah County Republican Central Committee (MCRCC) to host a gun raffle at 8:30 PM on October 7, 2024 at 4141 NE 122nd, Portland, OR 97230. Gun and ticket purchase details:

    • Election on March 16! Your Candidates for Oregon National Committeewoman and Committeeman


    • Lives are being lost. Streets are unsafe. 

      It’s time to fix and improve Ballot Measure 110

      House Republicans Are Committed to Hearing All Potential Solutions to Fix
      Measure 110

      Ballot Measure 110 was approved by Oregon voters in 2020. The measure decriminalized certain drugs and dedicated cannabis taxes with the promise to fund treatment. Since then, with overdoses and addiction on the rise and open-air drug use rampant on city streets, it’s clear Measure 110 isn’t working as promised. Publicly available polls indicate voters want the law substantially changed or even repealed.  

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      • Conservative has success in Gresham Barlow School Board Race

        Business owner, David Ligatich ran for and won Position 7 on the Gresham-Barlow School Board. David is new to politics, but he is not new in his understanding of what makes organizations work. He plans to bring his leadership and business experience into his position with the school board. I spoke with David by phone and asked him about his motivation in running for school board and what he hopes to accomplish.