BALLOT MEASURES

Here's all of the State Ballot Measures you'll see on your November ballot
Measure 102

Oregon Measure 102, the Allow Municipal Bonds for Affordable Housing Amendment, is on the ballot in Oregon as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment on November 6, 2018.

"yes" vote supports amending the state constitution to allow counties, cities, and towns to—with voter approval and certain restrictions—use bond revenue to fund the construction of affordable housing without necessarily retaining complete ownership of the constructed housing.

"no" vote opposes this amendment, thereby preventing counties, cities, and towns to use bond revenue to fund the construction of affordable housing unless the project is fully owned by a governmental entity.

For more information about this measure click here. 

Measure 103

Oregon Measure 103, the Ban Tax on Groceries Initiative, is on the ballot in Oregon as an initiated constitutional amendment on November 6, 2018.

A "yes" vote supports this amendment to prohibit state and local governments from enacting taxes on groceries.

A "no" vote opposes this amendment, thus retaining the authority of state and local governments to enact taxes on groceries.

 

For more information about this measure click here. 

Measure 104

Oregon Measure 104, the Definition of Raising Revenue for Three-Fifths Vote Requirement Initiative is on the ballot in Oregon as an initiated constitutional amendment on November 6, 2018.

A "yes" vote supports this constitutional amendment to apply a three-fifths supermajority vote requirement to any legislation that increases revenue through changes in tax exemptions, credits, and deductions.

A "no" vote opposes this amendment to apply the three-fifths supermajority vote requirement to changes to tax exemptions, credits, and deductions, thereby leaving the requirement to not apply bills reducing tax breaks according to a 2015 supreme court ruling.

 

For more information about this measure click here. 

Measure 105

Oregon Measure 105, the Repeal Sanctuary State Law Initiative, is on the ballot in Oregon as an initiated state statute on November 6, 2018.

 

"yes" vote supports this ballot initiative to repeal Oregon's sanctuary state law that limits the cooperation of local law enforcement with federal immigration enforcement.

A "no" vote opposes this ballot initiative, thereby keeping the state’s sanctuary law that limits the cooperation of local law enforcement with federal immigration enforcement.

For more information about this measure click here. 

Measure 106

The Oregon Ban Public Funds for Abortions Initiative is on the ballot in Oregon as an initiated constitutional amendment on November 6, 2018.

A "yes" vote supports the ballot initiative to prohibit public funds from being spent on abortions in Oregon, except when medically necessary or required by federal law.

A "no" vote opposes the ballot initiative to prohibit public funds from being spent on abortions in Oregon, except when medically necessary or required by federal law.

For more information about this measure click here. 

Metro M26-199 - Metro Housing Bond

 

For more information about this bond, click here.

**The Washington County Republican Party encourages you to vote NO on this measure**

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