People Not Politicians

We believe Oregon voters should choose their politicians.
Politicians should not choose their voters.

Protect Oregon for future generations

By giving the most generous contribution you can today,
we’ll put people—not politicians—in charge of our future.

A fair process benefits everyone

Oregon’s 2021 redistricting process should be
fair, impartial and transparent.

Oregon's time is now

Redistricting only happens once every 10 years.
It’s time to make sure every voice is heard and every vote counts.

Your vote matters

We can bring reform – but we need your help.
Join the movement to make your voice heard.

People Not Politicians

We believe Oregon voters should choose their politicians–Politicians shouldn’t choose their voters.

A fair process benefits everyone

Oregon’s 2021 redistricting process should be fair, impartial and transparent.

Oregon's time is now

Redistricting only happens once every 10 years.
It’s time to make sure every voice is heard and every vote counts.

Protect Oregon for future generations

By giving the most generous contribution you can today, we’ll put people—not politicians—in charge of our future.

Your vote matters

We can bring reform – but we need your help.
Join the movement to make your voice heard.

Text of Initiative Petition 13 for Legislative and Congressional Redistricting

Map: Look up how partisan your new legislative, congressional districts are in Oregon

By Betsy Hammond | The Oregonian/OregonLive and Mark Friesen | The Oregonian/OregonLive After lawmakers redrew Oregon’s 90 legislative districts and created a new six-district congressional map, many voters will find themselves in a district whose political leanings have changed – or in new ones entirely -- come 2022. Take Teri Lenahan, mayor of the Washington County city of North Plains. Currently, Lenahan’s home near the northern edge of North Plains lies in House District 30, which...

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Calls grow for citizen commission to redraw congressional maps, not perfect solution some warn

By Connor Radnovich| The Statesman Journal | October 2, 2021 In the waning hours of last week's special legislative session on redistricting, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle declared this should be the last time elected representatives are responsible for drawing these maps. The session was defined by partisan controversy: House Speaker Tina Kotek, D-Portland, changed the makeup of a redistricting committee to favor Democrats, sparking a House Republican boycott, and the congressional...

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