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Do you typically vote in every election?
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571 Votes

Do you typically vote in every election?

Yes, always!

11

No, I skip some..

0

Yes, always!

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Gramma Jean
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Gramma Jean

It's our last hope for this country.

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Kim Varner
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Kim Varner

I always vote. I’m not a silent go with the crowd kind of person.

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Richard Dillard
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Richard Dillard

You can not hope to change things you do not like if you do not vote. If you do not vote do not complain about the laws or situations you do not like.

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Bruce Sharp
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Bruce Sharp

It is a right but also a duty to be informed and vote.

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Don Elsom
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Don Elsom

only missed one election when I was stationed overseas. I am 77.

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Ann Harbert Evensen
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Ann Harbert Evensen

I have only missed one election in 57 years of being eligible to vote.

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Cathy Jensen
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Cathy Jensen

Voting is a duty and a privelege

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Victoria Martin Come'
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Victoria Martin Come'

I have never missed an opportunity to vote, it is a privilege I cherish!

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Judi Vanderpool
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Judi Vanderpool

Of course! It's one of the fewest privileges we have left today! With vote by mail, what excuse do people have for not getting off their lazy behinds today?

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Sam Ackerman
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Sam Ackerman

I vote in them when I know of them.

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No, I skip some..

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Do you plan to support Bend Fire's operating levy?
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111 Votes

Do you plan to support Bend Fire's operating levy?

Yes

0

No

1

Yes

0 Comments
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No

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

No more tax increases

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 Do you think C.O. road projects are keeping up with growth?
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383 Votes

Do you think C.O. road projects are keeping up with growth?

Yes

0

No

3

Yes

0 Comments
No one has commented yet

No

3 Comments
Jon Krutsch
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Jon Krutsch

System Development Charges (SDC) are obviously way too low to offset the impacts of growth. Otherwise, we would not need continuous bonds for roads, schools, library, etc. to keep up with this growth.

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Paul Owen
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Paul Owen

The roads are falling apart money would be better spent on repairs than roundabouts with expensive artwork

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Andrew West
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Andrew West

it is always hard to anticipate future growth. However, Bend has a pro growth policy and Visit Bend which actively tries to get everyone to move here. It should come as no surprise that transportation lags far behind the aggressive marketing of this town.

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