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I humbly ask for your vote

I’m writing today to ask for your vote. I do so with genuine humility--as well as with appreciation for your past support.

In my eight-year tenure as Attorney General, I’ve found my true voice as the People’s Attorney for Oregon. I have always gone to bat for the things that matter most to Oregonians. Whether it's reproductive justice, workers' rights, racial justice, protecting our healthcare, preserving our environment or combating climate change, I’ve fought tirelessly for fairness and justice for the people.

If you'd like to know more, I encourage you to check out my website and my list of endorsers (linked here). I am proud of those that have backed my campaign because they represent the diverse and unique interests of our state. On this list you’ll see: labor unions, reproductive health care advocates, newspapers from across Oregon, and more. But the most important endorsement in a democracy belongs to you. I hope I've earned your support for another term.

With just 12 days left until the most important election of our lifetime I wanted to reach out and ask you personally to help me over the finish line with your vote.

If you’re already a Team Rosenblum voter and you’d like to help the campaign out a little more, please consider donating to my campaign by clicking below. In an election as important as this -- your contribution would really help our campaign finish strong!

I will never take for granted your vote; I would be honored to receive it.

Thank you.


Posted on October 22, 2020.
Oregon is a special place. As Attorney General, I am working hard to keep it that way for future generations of Oregonians.Oregon is a special place. As Attorney General, I am working hard to keep it that way for future generations of Oregonians.

Meet Ellen

As a prosecutor and judge, Ellen Rosenblum has spent her career fighting for and protecting the people of Oregon.

Now, as our Attorney General, she's standing up for the most vulnerable Oregonians, our seniors and diverse communities, small businesses, and all the people of Oregon.

Read more about Ellen