Thursday, October 13 at the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library, 7 pm
Will Benton County be first in Oregon to adopt a Ranked Choice Voting system, and if so, how would our local political landscape change? Major supporters include our State Representative Dan Rayfield and the first sitting county elected official that would be affected in 2018, County Commissioner Anne Schuster. Both will field questions at this town hall.
Also available to answer questions about the measure’s costs and effects will be Benton County Clerk James Morales and two of Rep. Rayfield’s general election opponents this year, Sami Al-AbdRabbuh (P) and Andrew Freborg (L). Blair Bobier, a local attorney and proponent, will also be on hand.
BONUS: As most District 16 State Representative candidates will be attending this forum, there will a general election Q & A starting at 8 pm and running until 8:45.
Doors will open at 6:45 pm. The library is located at 645 NW Monroe Ave. in Corvallis. This free event is presented by the City Club of Corvallis.