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Should prisoners have the right to vote? 
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977 Votes

Should prisoners have the right to vote? 

Yes

3

No

18

Yes

3 Comments
Kristine Dallas
1
Kristine Dallas

They are trying to take away our Constitutional right to vote regardless of being a criminal or not that is our right

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Amanda
Amanda

So, felons should be able to own guns too? After all, that's a constitutional right as well. Try serving your sentence first.

Latterdaysaint
Latterdaysaint

Not a good idea

Kristine Dallas
0
Kristine Dallas

Just because you're incarcerated they're still citizens of the United States and we should not take that away from them constitutionally

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Latterdaysaint
Latterdaysaint

Not a good idea

No

18 Comments
Steven Huillet
2
Steven Huillet

This is about the stupidest law I have ever seen Liberal Democrats come up with. Just another way for Democrats to continue destroying Oregon. It's all about gaining more Democratic voters. Shame on all of you.

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Kristine Dallas
Kristine Dallas

Regardless of your criminal status you're taking away the constitutional right of civilians and that's not okay they have the right to vote regardless

Ross Poldark
2
Ross Poldark

The government wants to take away many of the freedoms and rights of law abiding citizens, and now they want to give criminals the right to Vote. This says a lot about the lack of moral compass and lack of integrity In our government.

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Debra Sun-Mills
1
Debra Sun-Mills

Absolutely no. They lost their rights when they committed a crime. This is just another stupid politically motivated law.

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Tanya nogales
1
Tanya nogales

Prisoners should not have the right to vote. They already had made a bad choice in life. We are already facing state and government problems without their vote. I dont need any criminal choosing whats best for us and our children.

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Amanda
1
Amanda

Absolutely not! They lost that right when they broke the law. Plus, I'm pretty sure their voting rights are restored after they serve their sentence.

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Terree Putman
1
Terree Putman

They are incarcerated & should NOT BE ALLOWED WHILE THEY ARE ON THE INSIDE. A dumb ideal!! They can vote when They are out and a part of society.

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Ron Deems
1
Ron Deems

One of the consequences of being a scourge of society is you loose your right to vote. Keep it that way.

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Dave DuRette
0
Dave DuRette

Have you got some sort oof vendetta going here Mr. Daniels? Give it a break.

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SunnySunshinestein
0
SunnySunshinestein

Only after they've completed their jail sentence and paid all fines and/or restitution.

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Rick Allen
0
Rick Allen

Of course not, that is absurd. Criminals, illegal aliens, non citizens, thats bizarre nonsense. The leftest D A s are letting dangerous criminal back on the streets before their trials, this is insane, and twisted. A criminal waives those rights when committing a crime, period!

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Mark Mueller
0
Mark Mueller

When a person commits a felony they have demonstrated that they cannot function in a civil society and therefore forfeit their right to vote. This looks like another Democrat attempt to harvest votes.

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Deb Kizer Dyck
0
Deb Kizer Dyck

Criminals have lost that privilege! It's outrageous to consider giving that back to them. We need proper law-abiding citizens to help guide this country, not criminals!

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Latterdaysaint
0
Latterdaysaint

Voting is a privilege; a privilege properly exercised at the voting booth, not from a prison cell. States have a significant interest in reserving the vote for those who have abided by the social contract that forms the foundation of a representative democracy. We are talking about rapists, murderer

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Latterdaysaint
Latterdaysaint

I'm also, btw he is not my daddy

Do you support pay raises for Deschutes County commissioners?
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217 Votes

Do you support pay raises for Deschutes County commissioners?

Yes

1

No

6

Yes

1 Comment
Latterdaysaint
0
Latterdaysaint

Right now everyone is struggling and they make atleast 2x as much a year than I do. And many other residents of deschutes Co Maybe if they struggle some they might fight for what the people need.

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No

6 Comments
Steven Daniels
2
Steven Daniels

I guess the money they got from Thornburgh wasn't enough. Or maybe they think they deserve a reward for the fine job they think they did in selecting Cheyenne Purrington.

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Pam Ferguson
2
Pam Ferguson

Right now everyone is struggling and they make atleast 2x as much a year than I do. And many other residents of deschutes Co Maybe if they struggle some they might fight for what the people need and want I haven't gotten a raise for more than 2 years either

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Lisa York
1
Lisa York

As far as I can see they have not done anything to deserve it 🤬

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Jim Hipp
1
Jim Hipp

Are you freaking kidding me! I bust my ads every day as a sales rep for half that salary! Kiss my .....

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Dianne Price
0
Dianne Price

They get enough now!!

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RL Nellis
0
RL Nellis

First support your staff before making yourself more comfortable.

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Do you plan to use an e-bike this summer?
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296 Votes

Do you plan to use an e-bike this summer?

Yes

0

No

2

Yes

0 Comments
No one has commented yet

No

2 Comments
Q Myers
0
Q Myers

I have a gas scooter.

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Latterdaysaint
0
Latterdaysaint

Bikes and brews what will go wrong

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