“Rural Oregonians have suffered the consequences of decisions made by big cities for decades.
I’m not here to discuss the technical, legal arguments, but I do know I stand with the jurors who spoke clearly that timber jobs and towns have been abandoned and we’ve seen the negative impacts of these decisions everywhere from lost school dollars to decreased funding for rural sheriffs’ offices. This victory is being interpreted as a victory for the state.
There should never be a victory for the state that comes at the expense of its people. As governor, I won’t take rural Oregon or job creators for granted.”
– Betsy Johnson.
Betsy’s first TV ads are live! She’s the only candidate who is running an ad pointing viewers to a full campaign speech where you can hear directly from her about how she’ll get our state back on track.
Remember, Betsy won’t be on the May primary ballot, but you can sign up at www.runbetsyrun.com/ballot to help get her on the general election ballot in November.
For some Oregonians, the race for governor isn’t about who can raise the most money. And these voters aren’t interested in who can parrot party platforms without flaw. Instead, they seek a new governor who is somewhat blind to party affiliation.