Jamie McLeod-Skinner’s inclusive campaign for Secretary of State for Oregon wants to ensure that all Oregonians have access to our government.
We have a Spanish version of our website, and our main website can be translated into multiple languages.
Many Oregonians speak a language other than English as their primary language. We are happy to provide information about our campaign in multiple languages.
Below, we have our materials translated into the top six languages used in Oregon’s public schools. Please download these flyers and share with a friend:
- Simplified Chinese
With all the challenges we’re all facing with the COVID-19 virus, upcoming primary elections in May have faded into the background. But this is an especially urgent time to elect individuals who can serve with integrity and the experience to face those challenges. Jamie McLeod-Skinner is one of them, and she needs your support to win the primary for Secretary of State.Nora Connors, East Oregonian March 30, 2020
Read the full article in the East Oregonian.
Like many Oregonians, Nora Connors realizes the vital role that the Secretary of State of Oregon plays. Did you know that:
Jamie is the only candidate with a long-standing policy of grassroots support and is not accepting corporate money, fossil fuel industry, or big pharma.
Jamie brings proven leadership, a deep commitment to Oregon, and experience in all areas of the role to the Secretary of State position.
Jamie is the only candidate who has developed and implemented policy and systems for land, water, and natural resource management.
Jamie McLeod-Skinner talks about her background, her story, and why she’ll make a great Oregon Secretary of State. We asked Jamie 36 questions — one for each of Oregon’s 36 counties.
Here are just a few of the interview’s questions and answers
Question: What’s your favorite thing about being a rural Oregonian?
Jamie McLeod-Skinner: It’s probably the thing that’s true for all of Oregonians. It’s the sense of it’s people and it’s the sense of being both independent and interdependent, relying in each other and being proud of who we are.
Question: What did you do for the International Rescue Committee?
Jamie McLeod-Skinner: I managed the reconstruction and repair of schools and hospitals in post-war Bosnia and Kosovo. When I returned to the States, I managed their refugee resettlement office in San Jose.
The Statesman Journal has an article out covering the 2020 Oregon Secretary of State race. Jamie McLeod-Skinner has unique qualities that make her the right person for this critical job.
She bills herself as a progressive candidate, though “progressive” to her doesn’t just include big-city Democrats as the term is sometimes used. In this day and age, making government accountable to the people and ensuring all voices are heard is progressiveThe Statesman Journal, March 14, 2020
Read more on the The Statesman Journal,
The race for Secretary of State of Oregon is an important one. Jamie McLeod Skinner is uniquely qualified to hold this office.
- Jamie McLeod-Skinner is the pro-democracy progressive that can win a statewide race.
- Jamie is the only candidate with a long-standing policy of grassroots support and is not accepting corporate money, fossil fuel industry, or big pharma.
- Jamie brings proven leadership, a deep commitment to Oregon, and experience in all areas of the role to the Secretary of State position.
- Jamie is the only candidate who has developed and implemented policy and systems for land, water, and natural resource management.
- Jamie is a member of the LGBTQIA+ community and has been a leader in advancing the rights of vulnerable communities and communities of color for almost 30 years.
- Jamie is an attorney and currently serves as an elected Board Member for the Jefferson County Education Service District (ESD), and as appointed Member At Large for the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board (OWEB).
- Why former Secretary of State and former Chair of the Democratic Party of Oregon Jeanne Atkins has endorsed Jamie: “She is prepared to represent and give voice to all the corners of Oregon.”