Oregon Iron Works (rail car maker) and others who would benefit from extending Loot Rail into Milwaukie buy a hit campaign against the people trying to stop it.
False. Paid his ex wife everything he owed, the lien was satisfied in the 1980's after being put on for mere days and, well, I think you can figure out why Charlotte Lehan--Ludlow's opponent in this race--would want him off a planning commission. And it's exactly the reason why you should vote for him.
Planned Parenthood uses your tax subsidies to help out the campaign of LABOR Commissioner Brad Avakian.
This is supposed to be a non partisan race but Avakian, of course, is a reliable lefty--no matter what is called for in the job.
Still, ponder this: When has Planned Parenthood been in the business of LABOR? Usually they're trying to prevent a woman from going into it.
Mary Nolan is running for Portland City Council against Amanda Fritz. She's seen nearby posing with the President and first lady.
The President has recently been seen next to a porno film king in Portland and the cult leader in Washington so just take that into consideration (Yes, he's stood with some nice people, too)
Nolan must have coughed up some big bucks to do that.
You recognize the name because she's the one we highlight in the show a lot because of the phone message she left for a lobbyist threatening his ... job? life?
And then there's this: This is the way you get light rail shoved down your throats. You say 'no' on the ballot three times and then the builders and backers of light rail flood the zone with money calling people 'bully' and nutty and wrong.
They're wrong. You're right.
For those of you who say 'Well they've already started it, guess there's no fighting it' you've been played. How many unfinished free overpasses are there around here? A few. They've done it before and they can do it again.
Look at this chart below from Orestar. As one Clackastani puts it:
Is it a quid pro quo?
This new PAC is sending out personal attack mailers and running TV ads against Ludlow.
It's cold blooded pay back racketeering for the commissioners who paid TriMet the $20 million 4 days before the voters could intervene.
Is there any doubt this money was promised before they voted to pay TriMet?
Stacy & Witbeck, Milwaukie Light Rail builderTerrance Arnio , Oregon Iron Works streetcar manufacturerLocal 48, labor unionsAFSCME, public employee unions
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|1396607||10/25/2012||Original||Focus on the Future||Mark Peterson||Cash Contribution||$500.00|
|1396612||10/25/2012||Original||Focus on the Future||Miscellaneous Cash Contributions $100 and under||Cash Contribution||$100.00|
|1393910||10/24/2012||Original||Focus on the Future||Local 48 Electricians PAC (4572)||Cash Contribution||$5,000.00|
|1393911||10/24/2012||Original||Focus on the Future||Citizens for a Prosperous Oregon, Inc.||Cash Contribution||$5,000.00|
|1393912||10/24/2012||Original||Focus on the Future||Michael Bloom||Cash Contribution||$300.00|
|1393913||10/24/2012||Original||Focus on the Future||AFSCME Local 350 Political Fund||Cash Contribution||$5,000.00|
|1393914||10/24/2012||Original||Focus on the Future||Fred Nelligan||Cash Contribution||$125.00|
|1396060||10/24/2012||Original||Focus on the Future||Christine Lewis||Cash Contribution||$500.00|
|1393908||10/19/2012||Original||Focus on the Future||Terrance Aarnio||Cash Contribution||$5,000.00|
|1393909||10/19/2012||Original||Focus on the Future||Stacy and Witbeck, Inc. **||Cash Contribution||$5,000.00|
|1396068||10/19/2012||Original||Focus on the Future||Miscellaneous Cash Contributions $100 and under||Cash Contribution||$100.0|