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Build the New Progressive Voice for Oregon

The Oregon Working Families Party fights for working families — not Wall Street banks or multinational corporations. In 2013, we helped pass the “Pay It Forward” proposal to tackle student debt, paid sick days in Portland, and defeated the Koch Brothers’ favorite right-wing Democrat in the state legislature.

We need 11,000 registrants to stay on the ballot and continue to work for progressives in Oregon. Can you register as an Oregon Working Families Party member today?

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How to Register with OWFP

Oregon now offers online voter registration — it’s quick and easy!

1. Grab your driver’s licence and fill out the form above. You’ll be re-directed to the Secretary of State’s online registration page.

2. Answer two preliminary questions, then enter your Oregon driver’s license number and name exactly as printed on your license. If you’ve moved since you last renewed your license, you should use the zip code on your license. (You can update your information on the next page.)

3. You should see your information and a pulldown menu labelled “Political Party.” Make sure to choose “Working Families Party” from the menu. Doublecheck that the information on the page is accurate, and hit submit. Then you’ll be asked to verify it again. Submit and you’re registered with the WFP!

Having trouble? Click here for troubleshooting.

Why Register Oregon WFP?


The Oregon Working Families Party is an independent political party that works to hold our politicians accountable on the issues that really matter, like jobs, schools, and health care.

Don’t worry — you can still vote for any candidates you want on election day. But by registering with the Working Families party, you’re sending politicians in every party a clear message: they need to put working families first.

When you register with the Oregon WFP, you help build a new voice for a fairer state that works for all of us.

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