Keizer, Oregon –
Kaiser, Oregon – Kaiser, a member of Parliament in House District 21, Oregon, and Democratic candidate residents Robert Hughesman and Ramiro Navarro consider the destruction that occurred in the campaign material distributed by both candidates. The following joint statement was issued on May 11th.
“In the last few days, lawn signs belonging to both campaigns have been stolen or destroyed. One of the signs is sometimes used by Republicans to express dissatisfaction with Democratic candidates.” Let’s Go Brandon There was a sticker on it.
“Intimidation of candidates, regardless of political party or other aspect of identity, is absolutely unacceptable. Partisan intimidation is a threat to free and fair elections and is an integral part of US democracy. It is part and is being attacked throughout our country. The right to run for public office and vote for their priority candidates – and the right to do so without intimidation.
“We are opponents of the upcoming Democratic Primary, but we have personal and professional respect for each other and are running honest, clean and problem-driven campaigns.
“We will continue to do so until the Democratic Primary on May 17, and look forward to continuing to stand for the civil liberties of the Oregon people, regardless of who wins.”
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