Full List of Candidates & Measures


United States President

Name & PartyMailing AddressPhone Numbers
Hillary Clinton
4420 N Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22203
Work Phone: 703-469-2008
Barack Obama
223 N Michigan
11th Floor
Chicago, IL 60601
Work Phone: 312-819-2008
John McCain
P.O. Box 16118
Arlington, VA 22215
Work Phone: 703-418-2008
Ron Paul
3461 Washington 200
Arlington, VA 22201
Home Phone: 979-297-3102
Work Phone: 703-248-9115

United States Senator

Name & Party
Mailing Address
Phone Numbers
Pavel Goberman
P.O. Box 1664
Beaverton, OR 97075
Work Phone: 503-643-8348
David Loera
1442 NE Marion Street
Salem, OR 97301
Home Phone: 503-750-5320
Jeff Merkley
P.O. Box 29136
Portland, OR 97296
Home Phone: 503-252-8770
Work Phone: 503-274-4439
Candy Neville
631 Shoreline Way
Eugene, OR 97401
Home Phone: 541-683-4003
Steve Novick
P.O. Box 42349
Portland, OR 97242
Home Phone: 503-708-1859
Work Phone: 503-236-7289
Robert S Obrist
16300 SE Highway 224
Damascus, OR 97089
Home Phone: 503-658-3272
Gordon Leitch
885 SW Red Hills Drive
Dundee, OR 97115
Home Phone: 503-554-9964
Gordon H. Smith
4949 Meadow Road 625
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
Home Phone: 541-276-7773
Work Phone: 503-210-2008

United States Representative in Congress - 5th District

Name & Party
Mailing Address
Phone Numbers
Andrew Foster
P.O. Box 2032
Corvallis, OR 97339
Home Phone: 541-276-7773
Work Phone: 541-210-2008
Steve Marks
528 Cottage NE
Salem, OR 97301
Home Phone: 503-871-7149
Work Phone: 503-362-9768
Nancy Moran
10585 S Beutel Road
Oregon City, OR 97045
Home Phone: 503-656-2304
Richard Nathe
3438 Peck Avenue SE
Salem, OR 97302
Home Phone: 503-370-8273
Kurt Schrader
2525 N Baker Drive
Canby, OR 97013
Home Phone: 503-266-2432
Work Phone: 503-657-3171
Mike Erickson
13800 Stampher Road
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Home Phone: 503-367-5505
Work Phone: 503-246-3521
Kevin Mannix
2003 State Street
Salem, OR 97301
Home Phone: 503-371-8245
Work Phone: 503-364-1913
Richard (RJ) Wilson
2490 Edgewood Avenue NE
Salem, OR 97301
Home Phone: 503-363-3341

State Measures

Referred to the People by the Legislative Assembly.

Amends Constitution

Enables crime victims to enforce an existing constitutional right in prosecutions, and delinquency proceedings; authorizes implementing legislation.

Result of "Yes" Vote

The "Yes" vote provides crime victims with effective court processes to enforce existing constitutional rights regarding participation, and restitution in criminal prosecutions/juvenile delinquency proceedings; authorizes implementing legislation.

Result of "No" Vote

The "No" vote retains provisions giving crime victims specified constitutional rights in prosecutions/juvenile delinquency proceedings, but denying victims effective court processes to enforce these rights.

Local Measures

City of Lincoln City

Amends Charter to increase lodging tax by 1.5%.


Should the City of Lincoln City transient room tax be increased from 8% to 9.5%?


This Charter amendment will not change how revenues from the existing 8% transient room tax are currently allocated. The amendment will increase the lodging tax paid by visitors to Lincoln City by 1.5%. The revenues from the 1.5% tax increase will be allocated at least 70% to tourism promotion or facilities including non-profit events and programs, and no more than 30% to public safety and general fund purposes.

Chapter 11 of the City Charter presently provides for a transient room tax in the amount of 8% to be imposed on the occupant of overnight lodging in Lincoln City hotels and motels. The revenues of the 8% tax are directed as follows: one-eighth to the repayment of bonds for the Civic Center, two-eighths to tourism marketing of Lincoln City through the Visitors and Convention Bureau, one-eighth to public safety purposes, and four eights to street maintenance and improvements, parks maintenance and improvements, visitor signs and administrative costs of these tax-related expenditures.