for Portland City Council Seat №2


May 17, 2018

This is only the beginning. Thanks for your support! 

This is only the beginning.  We may not have won the election, but we’ve won the public debate. Every major local media outlet is now talking about the need for Portland City Council

December 28, 2017

Last chance to donate for your ’17 OR Political Tax Credit!

Receive up to $50 back on your taxes through the Oregon Political Tax Credit Thank you for

December 17, 2017

Portlanders protest net neutrality decision

People gathered on Friday at 8 a.m. at the east end of the Hawthorne Bridge KOIN 6 News

December 12, 2017

Rally: Net Neutrality & Free, Public Internet Now!

Rally: Net Neutrality & Free, Public Internet Now! When: Friday December 15th at 8

December 6, 2017

Portland Association of Teachers rally to support Pioneer program

Tonight I joined Portland Association of Teachers members, concerned parents, and the broader

December 5, 2017

Thank You for 1,000 Facebook Likes!

Thank you for 1,000 Facebook page likes! That’s 1,000 people who want to see a people’s



Portland City Council acts like developer profits are more important than actually providing housing for every Portlander who needs it. Market speculation and a lack of basic tenant protections are driving Portlanders from their homes and into the streets. Landlords and developers are realizing massive windfall […]

Workers’ Rights

Jobs should not be just a means for survival – we all need the opportunity to thrive. Every Portlander deserves to live a full life free from the anxiety of making ends meet and living paycheck-to-paycheck. Workers should be paid a living wage. If Portlanders are having to choose between paying rent or putting food on the table, then we know something is seriously wrong with our society and our government. […]

Democratize City Hall

Portland City Hall is an undemocratic institution. We desperately need electoral districts now. Currently, City Council positions are elected at-large (city-wide), a holdover from the Jim Crow era designed to dilute the voting strength of communities of color and workers. At-large elections are prohibitively expensive and favor corporate-backed, independently wealthy incumbent […]