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Mini-Lightning Round with Jefferson Smith

  First concert: Joan Baez Book that he is currently reading: Prayer for the City by Buzz Bissinger Role model: His dad Biggest issues facing local government: money and budgets

The Agenda with Jefferson Smith, Portland Mayoral Candidate

Tomorrow is the second and last installment of ELGL forums with Portland mayoral candidates. We are grateful to Charlie Hales and Jefferson Smith for participating. Limited space remains for tomorrow’s forum. To RSVP, send an email to Megan Messmer, ELGL Project Coordinator, oregonelgl@gmail.com. Here’s a preview of what to expect at the ELGL conversation with … Continued

RSVP: A Conversation with Jefferson Smith

Our third meeting for the busy month of September will be with Jefferson Smith – City of Portland Mayoral Candidate. This event will take place on September 28th at noon. Our meeting will be brown bag so please feel free to bring your lunch. The location will be the State of Oregon Building, 800 NE Oregon Street, Conference Room … Continued

What’s Happening in September?

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpBhrjfetkk&w=420&h=315] Friday, September 7: ELGL Presenting at 3CMA Conference Thursday, September 13: Forum with Charlie Hales, Portland Mayoral Candidate Wednesday, September 19 – Forum with Clackamas County Administrators Friday, September 28 – Forum with Jefferson Smith, Portland Mayoral Candidate A complete list of forums is available at What’s up next? You can RSVP to  the ELGL forums by sending an email to Megan Messmer, ELGL … Continued

Forum with Jefferson Smith, Portland Mayoral Candidate

“You Might Be Screwed”: Excerpts from Jefferson Smith’s U of O Commencement Speech [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTJeQpPU-bM&w=560&h=315] Please join us on Friday, September 28 at noon for an ELGL forum with Jefferson Smith, Portland mayoral candidate. Jefferson’s Bio Jefferson started and ran a nationally recognized organization, the Bus Project, for a decade. He grew it into a success … Continued

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