We Endorse Catherine McMullen for Clackamas County Clerk.

Elected officials, community leaders, and voters from around the county support Catherine McMullen for County Clerk in a first wave of endorsements released by the campaign on November 2, 2021. Catherine McMullen has the endorsement of Elected Officials: Former State Senator, Honorable Jane Cease State Representative Karin Power, District 41 – Milwaukie State Representative RickiContinue reading “We Endorse Catherine McMullen for Clackamas County Clerk.”

Return your ballot TODAY for the November 2 Special Election

Voted Ballots due back by 8 PM Election Day, November 2 in order to count! Dear Clackamas County Voters – Many communities, but not all have at least one measure to decide on for the November 2, 2021 Special Election. If you live in the cities of Canby, Estacada, Gladstone, Lake Oswego, Oregon City, orContinue reading “Return your ballot TODAY for the November 2 Special Election”

Help Your Community Get Vote Ready with Catherine and Clackamas Voice

Happy Fall All!  It is almost time to celebrate National Voter Registration Day (#NVRD)!  What is #NVRD? National Voter Registration Day is a nonpartisan civic holiday to get Americans registered to vote and #VoteReady. It’s held on the 4th Tuesday of September. Last year alone 1.5 million people were registered to vote around the country!Continue reading “Help Your Community Get Vote Ready with Catherine and Clackamas Voice”

Filing Forms, News Articles, and Certification

Notes and updates to the Catherine McMullen for Clackamas County Clerk campaign. In August 2021, at their annual conference in Boardman, Oregon, Catherine McMullen was certified by the Oregon Association of County Clerks (OACC) as a Certified Elections Administrator. Certification is earned from years of experience, education, and training before being approved by the association.Continue reading “Filing Forms, News Articles, and Certification”

Catherine McMullen Files for Clackamas County Clerk

Oregon City, September 9, 2021 Contact: Catherine McMullen, Candidate for Clackamas County Clerk Catherine.ClackamasVoice@gmail.com (971) 212-5690, Campaign Website: ClackamasVoice.org    Elections official and voter-focused public servant Catherine McMullen (West Linn) was the first to file for the office of Clackamas County Clerk Thursday morning at the county elections office in Oregon City. McMullen was cheered onContinue reading “Catherine McMullen Files for Clackamas County Clerk”

Catherine connects with Latinx community in Canby

Catherine McMullen joined in with Bridging Cultures/Puentes Entre Culturas in Canby this morning to bring Anglo and Latinx community together for the first Sabado en el Parque since COVID19 began. Bridging Cultures in Canby strives to create and build relationships that create an equitable community.  We started the morning working together to hang papel picadoContinue reading “Catherine connects with Latinx community in Canby”

Local Article: Catherine McMullen to run for Clackamas County Clerk

In my meetings with voters around our county the last few weeks I’ve gotten feedback that most people haven’t yet read the article from the Pamplin Media Group by Jaelen Ogadhoh dated July 27, 2021 around my campaign. You can read it here: Catherine McMullen to run for Clackamas County Clerk: West Linn resident firstContinue reading “Local Article: Catherine McMullen to run for Clackamas County Clerk”

In “Vote-at-home” Oregon, housing stability and voting access are inextricably connected.

Oregon is touted far and wide as the easiest place in America to vote. When asked, “What would a system that wanted people to vote look like?” Stacey Abrams replied, “Oregon.” Voting in Oregon is easy, transparent, and even safe during a pandemic. Right? Oregon residents who are United States citizens can register to voteContinue reading “In “Vote-at-home” Oregon, housing stability and voting access are inextricably connected.”

What issues will Catherine McMullen address?

What issues will Catherine address? Equitable and Fair Access to the Ballot. Catherine will prioritize voter education and voter participation for all eligible voters in Clackamas County. She will increase voter participation in local elections by focusing targeted resources on historically ignored voters; including young voters; voters with disabilities; Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and other votersContinue reading “What issues will Catherine McMullen address?”