Take the Pledge

Let the world know that you’re a Working Families voter. Take the pledge that you’re voting for the candidates with the Working Families “seal of approval” on the ballot. The more of us that do, the more valuable our nomination will become, and the more we’ll be able to advance our issues in the coming years.

In 2012, I’m voting for the Working Families candidates.


Volunteer on behalf of our candidates

Knock on doors, make phone calls, send emails and letters… There’s work to be done and we need your help to do it. Click here to sign up, and we’ll contact you about volunteer opportunities in your area.

Make a contribution

We can’t count on contributions from the big money crowd. We rely on ordinary people like you to keep the WFP going. Click here to make a contribution.

Register Working Families Party (and tell your friends to do it, too)

When you register with the Working Families Party, you’re taking a stand for an economy that works for working people; for ordinary people against the Wall Street banks and D.C. lobbyists; for good jobs, good schools, and quality, affordable health care. Click here to register online — it only takes three minutes.

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Use Facebook to tell your friends

Or click here for an email you can send to your friends and family encouraging them to register, too.

Write a Letter to the Editor

We’re a young party, so it’s not surprising that a lot of Oregonians still haven’t heard much about us. Shoot us an email at info@oregonwfp.org if you’d like to send a letter to the editor. We’ll get in touch right away with some useful talking points.

And last, but definitely not least…

It’s all about the issues.

Click here to sign our petition encouraging legislators to support our proposal for a state bank, the WFP’s top priority for the 2011 session. That’s why we do what we do.

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