2018 General Election

It’s finally here. Election Season. And PCUN has made its endorsements.

We’ll be knocking 15,000 Latinx voter doors this elections cycle for Kate Brown for Governor, Teresa Alonso-Leon for HD 22, and of course to defeat Measure 105. .

Every vote counts — and this election cycle, Latinx voters can and will make a difference. Click here to join our people-powered effort and sign up to knock doors with our bilingual, bicultural team today.

Below are the candidates we interviewed and endorsed. We make endorsement decisions based on candidates’ stance on issues that affect farmworkers, their pro-immigrant ideals, and their support for Latinx working families in Oregon. We endorsed these candidates based on their commitment to farmworkers, immigrant rights, and Latinx working families, in addition to how strongly their values align with ours — which are “si se puede”, dignity, and respect.

Teresa Alonso Leon for HD 22 (Woodburn/NE Salem)

Shelaswau Crier for Marion County Commissioner position 1

Mike Ellison for HD 19 (SE Salem)

Paul Evans for HD 20 (West Salem, and Independence)

Rachel Prusak for HD 37 (West Linn/Tualatin)

Anna Williams for SD 52 (Hood River)

Andrea Salinas for HD 38 (Lake Oswego)

Kate Brown for Oregon Governor (Statewide)

Charles Gallia for SD 20 (Oregon City)

Check out the rest of our positions on the other measures you’ll see on the November ballot: