May 21 Special District Election Nonpartisan Help for Voters to Know Candidates
• LWV Portland, Portland Public Schools Board Candidates Forum
Thursday, April 11, 6:30 pm. Portland Public Schools Board Room,
501 N. Dixon St, Portland, OR 97227.
Sponsored by: League of Women Voters of Portland Education Fund,
Portland Council PTA, and The Bus Project.
The forum is free and open to the public. The Forum provides first-hand knowledge of your Portland Public Schools Board Candidates for the May 21, 2019 Special District Election. The Forum will be recorded with video available afterwards at https://lwvpdx.org/.
• LWV VOTE411.org
VOTE411.org is the nonpartisan internet site with those candidates that will only be on your ballot for this May 21, 2019 Special District Election (includes board candidates for all school districts in Multnomah County, community colleges, and Multnomah Education Services District). VOTE411.org will go live around April 3rd.
• LWV Voters’ Guide
The Voters’ Guide is print and internet nonpartisan information on candidates for this May 21, 2019 Special District election (includes board candidates for all school districts in Multnomah County, community colleges, and Multnomah Education Services District). Internet at https://lwvpdx.org/ and print at the April 11th Portland Public Schools Board Candidate Forum and then as quickly as possible to Multnomah County Library branches, and Multnomah County Elections office.
Funders for these voter service activities are the Wyss Foundation, the Carol & Velma Saling Foundation, the Sara Frewing Fund, the Multnomah Bar Foundation, and the League of Women Voters of Portland Education Fund.