2021 Regular Session
|Testimony||Gabii LeGate||4/8/2021||Senate Committee On Rules|
|Testimony||Rob Bovett, on behalf of Oregon Association of County Clerks||4/8/2021||Senate Committee On Rules|
|Testimony||Dan Meek, on behalf of Independent Party of Oregon||4/8/2021||Senate Committee On Rules|
|Testimony||Tammie Murray||4/8/2021||Senate Committee On Rules|
|Testimony||Courtney Silveria||4/8/2021||Senate Committee On Rules|
|Testimony||Joseph Ycaza||4/8/2021||Senate Committee On Rules|
|Testimony||Rebecca Gladstone, on behalf of League of Women Voters of Oregon||4/8/2021||Senate Committee On Rules|
|Testimony||Eloise Parish Mueller||4/8/2021||Senate Committee On Rules|
|Testimony||Emily Beckstrand||4/8/2021||Senate Committee On Rules|
|Testimony||Kyle Purdy||4/8/2021||Senate Committee On Rules|
|Testimony||Rebecca McVey||4/8/2021||Senate Committee On Rules|
|Kyle Purdy (chart)||Kyle Purdy, resident, Eugene||4/8/2021||Senate Committee On Rules|
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