Legislative Report- October 2022
By Norman Turrill, Governance Coordinator, and Team
Campaign Finance Reform
The Honest Elections Oregon coalition, of which the LWV of Oregon is a part, has filed two new initiatives for the 2024 general election ballot. Both IP 8 and IP 9 are in the long ballot title process and have received certified ballot titles from the Attorney General’s office. These are now on appeal to the Oregon Supreme Court.
The People Not Politicians coalition, in which the LWV of Oregon is a leader, has filed two initiatives for the 2024 general election ballot. IP 13 and IP 14 have both entered the long ballot title process and have received draft ballot titles from the Attorney General’s office.
By Barbara Klein
Star Voting for Oregon has filed two petitions, IP 11 and IP 12, (IP 11 including US President and IP 12 not), which have now received draft ballot titles from the Attorney General’s office – "Establishes New Voting System; Voters Score Candidates from Zero to Five Stars”.
Ranked Choice Voting for Oregon initiatives filed last year have not been resubmitted. Supporters of Oregon RCV confirm: “We hope that in the upcoming session, the Legislature will refer a measure to the ballot. If they don't, we will have an initiative in 2024.”