Ballots Mailed to Registered Voters

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MEDFORD, Ore. – Ballots are in the mail, and registered voters are set to make some big decisions this year. Several controversial measures are on the 2014 Primary Election ballot, which has election office representatives preparing for more than 50% turnout. NewsWatch12’s Kirstin O’Connor spoke with Jackson County Clerk, Chris Walker, to find out how voters can make their voices heard.


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  1. Matthew A. Eldridge says:

    Greeting southern Oregon,

    I am urging affirmative votes for the GMB bans in both Jackson/Josephine Counties and would really like to impress the importance of voting YES for Public Safety in Josephine County–YES on Measure 17-59 is an important step to bringing law/order back to Josephine County. More important, if you got a ballot, PLEASE return it!

    Also, I would recommend Steve Rich for Jo-Co Legal Council, Mark Gatlin for Jo-Co Commissioner, and Sheriff Gil Gilbertson for Jo-Co Sheriff.

    And for transparency: I a member of Securing Our Safety, an organizer with Citizen’s Securing Our Safety, and engaged/informed in my vote and recommendation(s).

    Please use your ballot and vote,

    Matthew A. Eldridge

    Josephine County Resident.

  2. Matthew A. Eldridge says:

    Please excuse my spelling: GMO ban.

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