[pjw] REMINDER: Portland City Council Candidate Peace Issues Questionnaire May 2020
Peace and Justice Works
pjw at pjw.info
Thu Apr 30 16:25:27 EDT 2020
Sorry, there were TWO errors in the URL I sent where you can get to the
questionnaires on line.
This is the corrected URL (I also pasted it in below in case you forward
this email to others)
On Thu, 30 Apr 2020, Peace and Justice Works wrote:
> PJW supporters
> Hi, just wanted to remind you, since ballots started arriving at people's
> homes yesterday, about our Peace Questionnaire that we published a few weeks
> ago. I've included the old email below with the links. It also points to the
> Copwatch questionnaire on Police Issues.
> As a reminder, we are a 501-c-3 educational organization so we can't make any
> recommendations as to the best candidates, all we can do is provide the
> information we received by reaching out to all 54 of them equally and what we
> heard back.
> Feel free to share with other portland voters if you think they would be
> --dan handelman
> peace and justice works iraq affinity group
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2020 13:29:20
> From: Peace and Justice Works <pjw at pjw.info>
> Peace and Justice Works Supporters
> Those of you on the Portland Copwatch email list may have received this past
> Friday information that they (along with allies) posted a questionnaire for
> the upcoming City Council race (ballots arrive around April 27, election May
> 29). PCW noted: "While our lives are in considerable turmoil with the
> COVID-19 pandemic, there is still an election coming up next month."
> Last month, Peace and Justice Works' Iraq Affinity Group and Veterans For
> Peace Chapter 72 * sent a questionnaire with four peace-related questions to
> the 54 candidates for four seats which are in the running for the May 19
> Below are links to the results, broken down by each of the four
> positions. Eight candidates provided full responses, two gave brief
> comments and two have suspended their campaigns.
> --Responses were limited to 150 words.
> --Candidates are listed in the order they were approved by the City's
> election team, except for layout purposes.
> --Answers were not edited for typographical errors, grammar or
> --The seats up for a vote are:
> Mayor (current incumbent Ted Wheeler)
> Position 1 (current incumbent Amanda Fritz not running for re-election)
> Position 2 (partial term to fill seat of the late Nick Fish)
> Position 4 (current incumbent Chloe Eudaly).
> THE QUESTIONNAIRES
> Laid out on 8.5 x 11 sheets; total of 14 pages printed:
> > Mayor
> > Position 1
> > Position 2
> > Position 4
> You can also find this info on our website at
> Please share widely!
> Also check out the Portland Copwatch (and allies) police issues questionnaire
> dan handelman
> Peace and Justice Works
> Iraq Affinity Group
> PO Box 42456
> Portland, OR 97242
> (503) 236-3065 (Office)
> iraq at pjw.info
> * --Peace and Justice Works has been promoting nonviolent conflict
> resolution on local, national and international levels since 1992.
> Veterans For Peace is an educational and humanitarian organization
> dedicated to the abolishment of war.
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