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DeFazio Marks One Week Until Voter Registration Deadline with Oregon College Democrats Phonebank Event

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- October 06, 2020
Contact: Katrina Martell (214) 229-3610 or [email protected]

Eugene, Oregon— On the occasion of the one-week deadline to register to vote-- Tuesday, October 13th-- Congressman Peter DeFazio’s Campaign will hold a Virtual Phone Bank with the Oregon College Democrats today from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM:

“We are excited to have such powerful grassroots support, including from our amazing volunteers with Oregon College Democrats who will be making calls tonight to re-elect Peter DeFazio for Oregon’s 4th Congressional District. This election could not be more critical for Oregonians. Affordable healthcare is on the line. Federal wildfire and COVID relief is on the line. The minimum wage is on the line. Every single vote will count in this race, and it is imperative that Oregonians make their voices heard by registering to vote before Tuesday’s deadline and casting their ballots early,” said Carly Gabrielson, Congressman Peter DeFazio’s Campaign Manager.

Background:

The deadline to register to vote is 11:59 PM on Tuesday, October 13th. Register to vote online easily at this link from the Oregon Secretary of State (SoS). Further details on how to register to vote either online or in-person can be found on the OR SoS website. For Oregonians displaced by fires, visit this link from OR SoS. Starting next Wednesday, October 14th, Oregon mails a ballot to every registered voter ahead of Election Day, which will be on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.

Posted on October 6, 2020 in Press Releases.

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