These Politicians Have endorsed
METRO's Deceptive Measure 26-29.

If they really understand METRO's Measure 26-29, they are intentionally endorseing a lie and are trying to deceive us. - Toss them out!
If they don't understand METRO's Measure 26-29, they are guilty of dereliction of duty - Toss them out!
If they were balckmailed by Metro, they should stand up and complain - Toss them out!

If you believe in  quality, honest government, you must toss out
ALL of these lying (or goofing off) politicians

(anyone want to start a recall movement?)


Vote Against These:
Jim Bernard, Milwaukie
Judi Hammerstad, Lake Oswego
Eugene Grant, Happy Valley
John Williams, Oregon City
David Dodds, West Linn
Rob Drake, Beaverton
Charlotte Lehan, Wilsonville
Mark Cottle, Sherwood
Richard Kidd, Forest Grove
Wade Byers, Gladstone
Jan Drangsholt, King City
Vera Katz, Portland
Paul Thalhofer, Troutdale
Roger Vonderharr, Fairview
Tom Hughes, Hillsboro

County Commissioners

Vote Against These:
Michael Jordan, Clackamas
Dick Schouten, Washington

Vote Against These:
City Councilors:
Brian Newman, Milwaukie
Mary King, Milwaukie
Ed Dennis, Hillsboro
Charlie Hales, Portland
Dan Saltzman, Portland

METRO Councilors

Vote Against These:
Rod Park
Carl Hosticka
Rex Burkholder
David Bragdon
Rod Monroe
Bill Atherton

Vote Against These:
Other Officials

Earl Blumenhauer

Organizations and Individuals

Quit Supporting These:
The Washington County Farm Bureau
John Russell, Russell Development
Northwoods Nursery
Ted Kyle, Chair of the METRO Citizen Involvement Committee
Mike Burton, METRO Executive
Oregon Environmental Council
Oregon League of Conservation Voters
1000 Friends of Oregon
Sierra Club, Oregon Chapter
Save our Wild Salmon
National Wildlife Federation
Trout Unlimited
The Bicycle Transportation Alliance
One Green World
Carl Abbott, PSU Urban Planning Professor
Sy Adler, PSU Urban Planning Professor
Deborah Howe, PSU Urban Planning Professor
Nancy Chapman, PSU Urban Planning Professor
Charles Heying, PSU Urban Planning Professor
Connie Ozawa, PSU Urban Planning Professor
AFSCME Council 75
Oregon AFL-CIO
Northwest Oregon Labor Council

Metro pressures mayors into endorsing their fraud, 26-29:
"Political insiders say a few mayors who often clash with Metro balked at first, but political pressure and the region's joint goals won them over."
 The Oregonian, April, 28, 2002