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CPAC Releases Oregon Legislative Scorecard, Exposing a State that Rivals Its Western Neighbors in Radical Leftism.

ALEXANDRIA, VA (February 1, 2024) — CPAC Foundation’s analysis reveals the extent to which Leftism has ingratiated itself into Oregon’s political system. With an average Democrat score of just under two percent across both chambers, Democrats passed legislation that promoted radical gender ideology, weakened election security, expanded late-term abortion for minors, and much more.


SEE SCORECARD HERE


“It would not be surprising if all of Oregon were to go the way of Portland soon, as Oregon lawmakers have vociferously championed the most extreme parts of the Left’s agenda without hesitation,” said CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp.




CPAC recognizes the following members of the Oregon State Legislature for earning CPAC’s Award for Conservative Excellence for voting with the conservative position at least 90% of the time during the 2023 session.


Shelly Boshart Davis (100%)

Virgle Osborne (100%)

Christine Goodwin (93%)


Additionally, several lawmakers in the Oregon State Legislature earned CPAC’s Award for Conservative Achievement for voting with the conservative position at least 80% of the time during the 2023 session. Their names are highlighted in gray on the scorecard.


The bills featured in CPAC’s 2023 Ratings of Oregon address questions about radical gender ideology, abortion extremism, and increased workplace regulations. These issues, coupled with our mission to protect life, liberty, property and upholding the American family, created the basis by which the CPAC Foundation rated the Oregon legislature.


The Center for Legislative Accountability (CLA), an initiative of the CPAC Foundation, is the premier organization for holding lawmakers accountable. The CLA produces the longest-running conservative congressional scorecard and our state program is the only one in the nation that scores all 8,000 lawmakers in the 50 states across every policy area.



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