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- May 26, 2922 – Pamplin Media Group supports Catherine –Pamplin Media Editorial Board “It’s time to restore trust in Clackamas County elections” – “Calling for the county’s clerk to resign or be recalled after her latest disastrous antics was an easy decision for Pamplin Media Group, since it was a decision that we’ve already made — repeatedly. …Calling for the ousting of the clerk is even easier this time around, with the availability of a qualified candidate to replace Hall on the November ballot. Catherine McMullen is a West Linn resident and employee of the Multnomah County Elections Office. McMullen, who holds certifications in elections management, shouldn’t be forced to wait until November to be Hall’s replacement. Hall should resign now, so that Clackamas County commissioners can appoint McMullen and ensure a smooth transition for the elections office. In resigning, Hall would avoid prolonging what we believe will be her inevitable departure from office after the November election.
- May 20, 2022 – Rep. Janelle Bynum urges probe of Clackamas County ballot blunder – Published in the Clackamas Review – “Bynum, who chairs the Oregon House Judiciary Committee, released a statement calling out County Clerk Sherry Hall for her “inaction” once alerted of the misprint two weeks prior to the election, initially choosing not to accept assistance offered by county leaders.
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- May 5, 2022 – Clackamas County votes will still be counted despite costly error – Published in the Pamplin Media Clackamas Review – Sherry Hall’s office makes another mistake that may cost the tax payers more than $100,000 – Catherine McMullen, a certified elections official who is running against Hall on the November ballot, said the blurry barcodes are just the latest in the “litany of election mistakes” in Hall’s office since her election 20 years ago.
- Catherine McMullen Stands Out As Ideal Candidate in Race for Clackamas County Clerk – The Clackamas County Clerk’s contest has an ideal candidate running for office. Catherine McMullen, a long time Oregonian, certified elections administrator, and advocate for disenfranchised communities and neurodiverse children has garnered the backing of elected officials, unions and professional organizations. McMullen’s credentials, experience, and fitness for the position of Clackamas County’s top elections official have caused an outpouring of support and engagement in her campaign across the county.
- April 27, 2022 – Celebrate Voting! Starting TODAY ballots have begun to be mailed to voters!
- April 18, 2022 – Opinion: Catherine McMullen is ready to be Clackamas County clerk – Published in the Pamplin Media Clackamas Review on April 18, 2022 – Jaime Mathis: Sherry Hall has been doing this job for 20 years and she is not doing it accurately
- Good News! Catherine will be on the ballot in November.
- Portland Metropolitan Association of Realtors® Endorses Catherine McMullen for Clackamas County Clerk – West Linn, OR.–Catherine McMullen, candidate for Clackamas County Clerk, has secured an endorsement from the Portland Metropolitan Association of Realtors® (PMAR) to bolster her campaign to become Clackamas County’s top elections official and recording department head.
- Oregon’s first woman to be elected governor, Barbara Roberts, has endorsed elections administrator Catherine McMullen in her bid to become Clackamas County’s next clerk. (Read More) (see the Clackamas Review News Article)
- On February 14th Catherine was endorsed by AFSCME Local 350, IBEW Local 48 Electrical Workers and NW Oregon Labor Council AFL-CIO unions in her bid to become Clackamas County’s next Clerk.