For President – Kate Brown signed into law Oregon’s Electoral College votes be awarded to a presidential candidate who doesn’t get the most votes in Oregon. Her bill was signed into law June of 2019. It’s true.
According to Oregon Live, “Her signature on Senate Bill 870 means Oregon is now the 15th state, along with the District of Columbia, that has joined the National Popular Vote compact.”
“We have a road to 270 that we think is possible so that this would be in place for the 2024 election,” he said. “There’s a way it could happen for 2020, but it’s unlikely.”
“Opponents said the compact is an underhanded way to circumvent the United States Constitution, which established the Electoral College. They also said it would increase the influence of large cities at the expense of rural areas.”
According to CNN, “Oregon governor signs bill granting state’s electoral votes to national popular vote winner. Oregon Democratic Gov. Kate Brown signed a bill Wednesday that would grant the state’s electoral college votes to the winner of the national popular vote, her office confirmed.”
This means if Trump wins the electoral vote in Oregon and Bidden wins the popular vote, the one with the most electoral college vote wins. And since there are more electoral college votes in big cities, it would cancel Trump out and Bidden gets all the votes. Trump would have to win both in order take the state.
Remember my last article about why mail in voting is wrong? Whoever counts the votes can alter the election.
According to The Secretary of State Hand Count of Ballots at General Election, “This rule is adopted to implement hand counts of ballots counted by the vote tally system in the county at every general election as required by ORS 254.529. The hand count must be compared to the tally of votes produced by a vote tally system for the same ballots. The number of ballots that must be hand counted is dependent on the margin of victory between the two candidates in the same race receiving the largest number of votes in the county, as determined by the unofficial tally of ballots. Depending on the margin of victory, which will be determined by the results posted to the Secretary of State’s electronic reporting system, ORESTAR, as of noon the day after the date of the general election, either 10%, 5% or 3% of all precincts or of ballots in ballot count batches will be hand counted.”
I digress to mention Hollywood has been pushing for Mail In Voting and the reason should bring up a major concern.
Ok, so who counts them in each county? I was able to find a list on page 15 here. It shows a huge list of PO Boxes!
Not satisfied, I googled “list of contacts in oregon counties for mail in ballot voting” and found the entire list with some names and contact info. See below.
Each one of these counties are a target for mail in fraud. Since we can’t get Voter ID, we have to contact each one of these counties and demand that they have:
- The names of each vote counter and their affiliation to the process
- A non-biased staff counting the votes
- A list of requirements that they use to count the votes that insures all votes are accounted for
- A list of all names and votes that were counted
- Security officers placed at each location monitoring the counting process
- Location of storage of the votes
- Complete transparency to allow legal representation peruse the votes afterwards
I am sure there are a dozen more things we can ask these county clerks, but we need to put the pressure on them. Every county needs to be held accountable for voter fraud!
This is where you, the legal state citizen, can put pressure on each county clerk by mailing them, emailing them and calling them demanding the above questions be answered.
If you hit the like button, you’re doing nothing. What will you tell your grandchildren you did during the biggest fight for your country and state the Republic has ever known? Stand up! Take Oregon Back!
Stefanie Kirby, Baker County Clerk
1995 3rd St., Suite 150
Baker City, OR 97814-3365
James Morales, Benton County Clerk
120 NW 4th St., Room 13
Corvallis, OR 97330-4734
Sherry Hall, Clackamas County Clerk
1710 Red Soils Ct, Suite 100
Oregon City, OR 97045-4300
Tracie Krevanko, Clatsop County Clerk
820 Exchange St., Suite 220
Astoria, OR 97103-4609
Elizabeth (Betty) Huser, Columbia County Clerk
Columbia County Courthouse
230 Strand St.
Saint Helens, OR 97051-2040
Debbie Heller, Coos County Clerk
Coos County Courthouse
250 N. Baxter St.
Coquille, OR 97423-1875
Cheryl Seely, Crook County Clerk
300 NE 3rd St., Room 23
Prineville, OR 97754-1919
Renee Kolen, Curry County Clerk
29821 Ellensburg Ave., 2nd Floor
Gold Beach, OR 97444
94235 Moore St., Suite 212
Gold Beach, OR 97444-97055
541-247-3297 or 877-739-4218/TTY 1-800-735-2900
Nancy Blankenship, Deschutes County Clerk
1300 NW Wall St, Suite 202
Bend, OR 97703-1960
P.O. Box 6005
Bend, OR 97708-6005
Daniel (Dan) Loomis, Douglas County Clerk
1036 SE Douglas, Room 124
Roseburg, OR 97470-3301
P.O. Box 10
Roseburg, OR 97470-0004
Ellen Wagenaar, Gilliam County Clerk
221 S Oregon St, Room 200
Condon, OR 97823
P.O. Box 427
Condon, OR 97823-0427
Brenda Percy, Grant County Clerk
201 S. Humbolt, Suite 290
Canyon City, OR 97820-6186
Derrin (Dag) Robinson, Harney County Clerk
Harney County Courthouse
450 N. Buena Vista Ave, Suite 14
Burns, OR 97720-1565
Brian Beebe, Hood River County Clerk
Kim Kean, Chief Deputy
601 State St.
Hood River, OR 97031-1871
Christine Walker, Jackson County Clerk
1101 W. Main St., Suite 201
Medford, OR 97501-2369
Katherine (Kate) Zemke, Jefferson County Clerk
66 SE D St., Suite C
Madras, OR 97741-1739
Rhiannon Henkels, Josephine County Clerk
500 NW 6th St, Rm 170
Grants Pass, OR 97526-2037
P.O. Box 69
Grants Pass, OR 97528-0203
Rochelle Long, Klamath County Clerk
305 Main St.
Klamath Falls, OR 97601-6332
Stacie Geaney, Lake County Clerk
513 Center St.
Lakeview, OR 97630-1539
541-947-6006/ TTY 800-735-2900
Cheryl Betschart, Lane County Clerk
275 W. 10th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97401-3008
Dana Jenkins, Lincoln County Clerk
225 W. Olive St. Suite 201
Newport, OR 97365-3811
Steven Druckenmiller, Linn County Clerk
300 4th Ave. SW, Room 205
Albany, OR 97321-2393
P.O. Box 100
Albany, OR 97321-0031
Gayle Trotter, Malheur County Clerk
251 B St. W., Suite 4
Vale, OR 97918-1375
Bill Burgess, Marion County Clerk
555 Court St NE, Suite 2130
Salem, OR 97301-3980
P.O. Box 14500
Salem, OR 97309-5036
503-588-5041 or 800-655-5388/TTY 503-588-5610
Bobbi Childers, Morrow County Clerk
100 S Court St, Suite 102
Heppner, OR 97836-7303
P.O. Box 338
Heppner, OR 97836-0338
Tim Scott, Director of Elections
1040 S.E. Morrison St.
Portland, OR 97214-2417
503-988-3720/ TTY 800-735-2900
Valerie Unger, Polk County Clerk
850 Main St., Room 201
Dallas, OR 97338-3179
Jenine McDermid, Sherman County Clerk
500 Court St
Moro, OR 97039-3065
P.O. Box 365
Moro, OR 97039-0365
Tassi O’Neil, Tillamook County Clerk
201 Laurel Ave.
Tillamook, OR 97141-2311
Dan Lonai, Umatilla County Clerk
Kim Lindell, Elections Manager
216 SE 4th St., Suite 18
Pendleton, OR 97801-2699
Robin Church, Union County Clerk
1001 4th St., Suite D
La Grande, OR 97850-2100
Sandy Lathrop, Wallowa County Clerk
101 S. River St., Suite 100
Enterprise, OR 97828-1363
541-426-4543, option 5/TTY 800-735-2900
Lisa Gambee, Wasco County Clerk
511 Washington St., Room 201
The Dalles, OR 97058-2237
Margaret Garza, Interim Director Assessment & Taxation
Mickie Kawai, Elections Manager
2925 NE Aloclek Dr., Ste 170
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Brenda Snow Potter, Wheeler County Clerk
701 Adams St., Ste 204
Fossil, OR 97830
P.O. Box 327
Fossil, OR 97830-0327
Brian Van Bergen, Yamhill County Clerk
414 NE Evans St.
McMinnville, OR 97128-4607
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I live in Multnomah ,what makes you think that Tim Scott is going to do any thing for me or any conservative , I still find it hard to come to grips with Governor Brown changing our electorate system on her own .
I will follow through but fill this will fall on Deaf Ears….
The National Popular Vote (NPV) Interstate Compact does not go into effect until there are enough states equal to the 270 electoral votes. We have passed the bill in Oregon, but it is on hold until more states join the compact.
So for that to go into effect more states would have to adopt the compact. Currently there are 196 electoral votes committed to the NPV. Virginia is considering joining the compact with another 13 votes. Attaining 270 votes doesn’t look like a possibility for the 2020 election. So the scenario you have proposed here does not look likely, but it is of great concern for the future. What might be a better approach to defeating this would be to get behind candidates that will repeal the NVP in Oregon.
I would always encourage you to monitor your election process. Political parties and candidates are entitled to have volunteer observers during the election process. The vote by mail manual is available online to know the rules: https://sos.oregon.gov/elections/Documents/vbm_manual.pdf Study this manual and organize your group. Let your county clerk know you want to do this and they will accommodate your requests. You have a right to do this as and individual too.
Oregonians for Fair Elections is always trying to hold our officials accountable to the process. You can find us on facebook and at our website: http://www.oregoniansforfarielections.com
This law does not kick in until more states sign on to do the same thing. I don’t think that’ll happen before Nov 2020.
Can I still vote in person?
You can still vote in person in Oregon. Each County Elections
Office provides privacy booths for voters who want to vote in person or voters who need assistance.
I was denied this. I am disabled veteran and due to my disabilities I can’t wear a mask.. My right to this was taken away and since i couldn’t insure my vote would be counted I couldn’t vote… Yet Oregon says this is OK widen and merkley ignored me… Oregon committed election fraud