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Contact Your Elected Officials

The Choose Life license plate must be approved by the Oregon Legislature, which will convene in January 2015. Now is the time to contact key members.

Your input can make an enormous difference because often only a few letters, emails, or phone calls can propel a bill to victory.

Here is everything you need to know to contact the right elected officials and what message to send to them.

Governor John Kitzhaber
Phone: 503-376-6857 
Fax: 503-378-6827
Mail: 900 Court Street NE, 160, Salem, OR 97301

Salutation: Dear Governor Kitzhaber


 Secretary of State Kate Brown                                                                         
Phone: 503-986-2200
Fax: 512-463-0677
Mail: 225 Capital ST. NE,  Salem, OR 97310

Salutation: Dear Secretary of State Brown


 House Speaker Tina Kotek
Phone: 503-986-1200
Mail: 900 Court St. NE, RM 268, Salem, OR 97301

Salutation: Dear Speaker Kotek


capitolYour Oregon state senator and Oregon state representative:

You have one Oregon state senator and one Oregon state representative based on your address. Click here to find their names and contact information: www.oregonlegislature.gov/FindYourLegislator/leg-districts.html

(Note that these are different from Oregon' US senators and representatives in Oregon, D.C.)

Salutation: Dear Senator/Representative _______________


Sample message:


The Honorable ___________

Dear ______________________

Please support a bill to create a "Choose Life" specialty license plate in Oregon during the next state legislative session beginning in January 2015.

The "Choose Life" plate would send a wonderful message that promotes compassionate alternatives to abortion, including adoption, and it would raise funds to help pregnant women experiencing crisis pregnancies.

The Choose Life license plates have been very successful in many other states. Currently twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia offer these plates, raising over $19 million for the cause. The plate is extremely popular with over 900,000 plates being sold or renewed since the first plate went on the road in Florida in 2000.

I ask that you commit to seeing that the Choose Life license plate becomes a reality in Oregon.


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Updated 3-14-2014