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Sec Brown Presents Awards to Living Legends at Bus Project Event

Sec Brown Presents Awards to Living Legends at Bus Project Event

The Bus Project Wheelies Awards, 10/10/2011

Secretary Brown at Bus Project Wheelies AwardsSecretary of State Kate Brown was honored to present the Legend Award at this year’s Bus Project Wheelies Award show. Secretary Brown has been affiliated with the Bus Project for years in no small part because their grassroots work registering young Oregonians to vote is purchase of viagra crucial to democracy in this great state.  

The Wheelies Awards recognize leaders, volunteers, organizations and sofaglobal.org businesses which are changing Oregon for the better. This year the Legend Award went to all living former Secretaries of State for their efforts to make Oregonians some of the most active and engaged citizens in the nation. According to buy ing viagra in canada Secretary Brown, “Oregon has been blessed with Secretaries of State who believe democracy should be for everybody, voting should be accessible and every vote must be counted.”

This year Secretary Brown and Joe Smith, former Umatilla County District Attorney, presented the no perscription cialis Legend Award to Norma Paulus, Barbara Roberts, Phil Kiesling, and Bill Bradbury.

Norma Paulus, who served from 1977 to 1985, was the first woman in Oregon to win election to statewide office and protect the security of Oregon’s voting by stopping the followers of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh from stealing a local election.

Barbara Roberts, who served from 1985 to 1991, passed election reforms and worked closely with county clerks throughout Oregon to create ADA-accessible polling places.

Phil Kiesling, who served from 1991 to 1999, was Oregon’s knight in shining armor for vote by mail.

And Bill Bradbury, who served 1999-2009, increased elections transparency by hosting ORESTAR reporting for campaign spending and contributions.

Tony Green
Written by Tony Green

Tony is the principal media contact for the Secretary of State's office. He joined the office in January, 2013. Previously, he worked in the Chief Operating Officer's office and the Department of viagra us canada Justice. For nearly 22 years, he worked as a reporter for The Oregonian covering legal issues, politics and www.izlefullhd.net crime.