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Honor the Promise of Oregon through advocacy.

Oregon students deserve revenue reform in 2019. If you agree, join OSBA’s efforts for revenue reform and cost containment as we head into the 2019 legislative session. Some practical ideas for getting involved are outlined below. For additional resources and ways to be involved, click here.

Please consider attending one of the following events being hosted by your local Legislators to continue the discussion about the need for an investment in education funding.

This file is in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Click here to download. 2019 Session Talking Points

The Oregon State Legislature website features a Find Your Local District and Legislator tool that will allow you to verify your legislative district and individual legislators.

Representative Chris Gorsek: Spring Legislative Town Hall

  • Join Representative Gorsek at a town hall;
  • On Saturday, May 25, at 11 a.m.;
  • At the Mt. Hood Community College, Town and Gown room, 26000 SE Start St., Gresham, OR 97030.

Representative Tiffiny Mitchell: Town Hall

  • Join Representative Mitchell at a town hall;
  • On Sunday, June 2, at 10 a.m.;
  • At the Warrenton High School – Gym, 1700 S Main Ave., Warrenton, OR 97146.

Representative Tiffiny Mitchell: Town Hall

  • Join Representative Mitchell at a town hall;
  • On Sunday, June 2, at 3 p.m.;
  • At the Banks Public Library, 42461 NW Market St., Banks, OR 97106.

Representative Lynn Findley: Remote Town Halls

Invest in students. Invest in success. Email your legislator today

You have the power to make sure your child and all Oregon students have the education they need to pursue their dreams. Stand up and speak out to fully fund our schools.

An additional $2 billion for our schools will buy:

  • Increased career and technical education opportunities
  • Better high school graduation rates
  • Expanded mental health and counseling programs
  • Up-to-date textbooks and technologies 

Make sure Oregon’s 2019 Legislature knows our kids can’t wait any longer.

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