Supporting the Advocacy Fund
The League of Women Voters of Oregon Advocacy Fund (LWVORAF) is a 501(c)(4) grassroots political organization that is run through the generosity of our donors and the hard work of volunteers. Donations made to the LWVORAF are not tax deductible.
Redistricting reform is a priority for the LWVORAF. The League supports reform because we focus on the lines, not the politics.
The LWVOR and LWVUS have positions on redistricting that call for a reform that would require an amendment to the Oregon Constitution to create an independent redistricting commission with strict criteria for drawing district boundaries.
The League supports redistricting reform that would make our system less susceptible to abuse and unrepresentative distortions. With an independent redistricting commission, we would take the process of redistricting out of the hands of partisan politicians and back into the hands of voters.
Voters should be choosing their representatives not representatives choosing their voters. The time is now to reform redistricting in Oregon!
Support the Cause
Your donation will go to our redistricting efforts, including an upcoming redistricting initiative campaign, as well as voter education to improve public awareness of this issue. Your contribution will help ensure the success of redistricting reform in Oregon.
If you would prefer to mail your check, please address it to:
League of Women Voters’ of Oregon Advocacy Fund
1330 12th Street, SE
Salem, OR 97302
Memo: Redistricting Matters Coalition
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