Overall I oppose people that say things like working families, get rid of influence, advocacy, family law, planning, smart growth,urban renewal and cap prices. The market forces things down and gets rid of poor service eventually. I tend to vote straight Republican as they seem to favor the individual over the collective.
= Darrell Castle (Constitution Party) - Weird party that uses the Bible to justify libertarian stances. I know he will not win, but I can't live with myself voting for any of the top 3 Democrats(Trump, Clinton and Johnson). I don't really like some of the law his firm specialized in, but at least it wasn't family law.
= Mark Callahan (Republican) - Great credentials, business and a committee that opposed the Eugene Income tax.
= Art Robinson (Republican) - Medical researcher. Some have a problem with his stance on hormesis.
Hormesis video. Basically, saying that some things at low doses may have beneficial properties. One theory is that it turns on genes that are normally off, otherwise the body conserves resources.
= Bud Pierce (Republican) - Marine and physician. Wants to fix PERS.
= Dennis Richardson (Republican) - Army and attorney. Wants to protect whistle-blowers.
= jeff Gudman (Republican) - Got Lake Oswego on track to eliminate unfunded road liabilities in 5 years.
= Daniel Zene Crowe (Republican) - Actually care about fraud and abuse.
= Robert Schwartz - At least mentions dealing with bureaucracy.
= Woody Woodbury - Former police officer
= Sean Dunn - Mortgage guy
Measure 94 = No, I like term limits for anybody in any office. I am even willing to accept more incompetent judges as more competent ones retire. Measure 95 = No, stocks go down and then who bails them out. Measure 96 = Yes, anything that ties the hands of the scumbags in Salem. Measure 97 = No, they wasted $200 million on consulting fees and said that wouldn't affect anything. So they obviously have plenty of money. Also business do pass down taxes like VAT's.
VAT Example: https://www.pcworldbusiness.co.uk/c...
Measure 98 = No, why throw good money after bad. At least at community colleges they can get some useful classes. Measure 99 = No, if they need money, why are they proposing this? Measure 100 = No, nervous as hell about this after Gibson guitar(yes I know it was about wood). http://www.npr.org/sections/thereco... http://articles.latimes.com/2009/ma...