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One of the biggest races in the Portland metro area is the race for Metro President. 

OLCV is working hard to elect longtime environmental champion Bob Stacey.

On April 23, OLCV will honor this year's Volunteer of the Year: Rachel Bloom.

Rachel will be honored for her exceptional contribution at OLCV's 13th Annual Dinner for the Environment on April 23.

OLCV has announced its endorsement of both Bill Bradbury and John Kitzhaber in the 2010 race for Oregon Governor. The announcement comes after last week’s gubernatorial environmental debate, co-hosted by OLCV and four other groups. The debate, along with a questionnaire and interview, was used as criteria in the endorsement decision.

Opportunities to elect environmental leaders in Clackamas County

With three seats on the Clackamas County Commission, the Metro Presidient race up for grabs and several key legislative battles in Clackamas County, 2010 is shaping up to have a busy politcal year.

Help preserve a pro-conservation majority on the Lane County Commission

Election excitement in Washington County

There may no more exciting place to be this election year than Washington County. With three seats on the Washington County Commission and the Metro Presidient race up for grabs, 2010 Washington County is shaping up to be the place. Read more on the OLCV Blog.

Here's the video. The debate starts about nine and a half minutes in.

Where will you be watching tonight's debate?

With more than 1,000 people pre-registered to attend tonight's gubernatorial environmental debate at Portland State University, getting a seat could be a challenge for some. But fret not!

You can watch the debate stream live on the Oregon Environmental Council's website.

Have a Voice Everyone needs your help to pass Measure 24-292,  an initiative on the ballot this Primary that gives voters an opportunity to adopt a Home Rule Charter for Marion County.

The Charter would change the way we elect our Marion County Commissioners to improve representation by creating five non-partisan districts.

The Oregonian’s David Sarasohn will moderate a free gubernatorial debate focused on environmental priorities co-hosted by four of Oregon’s leading conservation groups to take place on March 30.

Republican candidate Allen Alley and Democratic candidates Bill Bradbury and former Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber and will be asked to lay out a vision for Oregon’s future, addressing everything from climate change and clean energy, to toxics and public health, to management of the state’s natural resources and special places.

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