What we all need to know before the May 15th Oregon Primary
Est. Population of Oregon by November 2018 – 4,206,000
Est. Eligible voters for the 2018 Oregon Primary – 3,058,000
Estimated Registered Voters – 2,666,000
Est. Voter Turnout 39% – 1,040,000
Registered Democrats as of Feb. 2018 – 956,000
(Democrat Turnout in Primary) 39% – 373,000
(Est. Votes to win a 2 cand. Dem. Party statewide race) 50.1% – 187,000
Registered Republicans as of Feb. 2018 – 697,000
(Republican Turnout in Primary) 39% – 271,830
(Est. Votes to win a two cand. Repub. Party statewide race) 50.1% – 136,187
In Oregon’s Primary, democrats vote for democrats and republicans vote for Republicans – two separate ballots
Oregon Evangelicals and Born Agains
Est. Eligible to Vote 24% – 787,000
Registered to Vote 80% – 630,000
Primary Turn out: expected turnout is 39% – 245,700
That means 541,000 Christians who were eligible to VOTE failed to participate in their Ambassadorial Citizenship duty, what our Founders considered a “solemn duty” in which we are
“accountable to God and our Country.”
Our Goal is to turnout 75% of our registered Voters
If they Vote Their Values as believers in Christ, they will make their voices heard in Salem and around the State, electing more conservative Christian World View candidates to the Legislature and Executive branch, to inhibit the radical agenda afoot in Salem, if not reversing it completely.
We now have only 19 days to register unregistered believers before the voter registration deadline on April 24th.
“Our cause is noble; it is the cause of mankind!” George Washington
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