Full List of Candidates & Measures


United States President

Name & PartyMailing AddressPhone Numbers
Rick Santorum 
P.O. Box 37
Verona, PA 15147
Work Phone: 888-321-6675
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Ron Paul 
8000 Forbes Place, Suite 200
Springfield, VA 22151
Work Phone: 703-563-6620
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Newt Gingrich 
4501 N Fairfax Dr, Suite 900
Arlington, VA 22203
Work Phone: 703-678-2242
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Barack Obama 
P.O. Box 8102
Chicago, IL 60680
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Mitt Romney 
585 Commercial Street
Boston, MA 2109
Work Phone: 857-288-3500
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U.S. Representative in Congress - 5th District

Name & PartyMailing AddressPhone Numbers
Kurt Schrader 
P.O. Box 3314
Oregon City, OR 97045
Work Phone: 503-557-1324
Work Phone: 877-301-5878
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Fred Thompson 
4554 12th Avenue South
Salem, OR 97302
Work Phone: 503-428-7479
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Karen Bowerman 
P.O. Box 219
Marylhurst, OR 97036
Work Phone: 800-909-8589
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Local Measures

City of Yachats

Proposed Revisions to the City of Yachats City Charter.


Shall the voters of the City of Yachats approve a revised City Charter referred to the voters by City Council?


City Council is proposing a charter revision based on the League of Oregon Cities' Model Charter for voter approval. If adopted by the voters, the new charter will go into effect on July 1, 2012. The proposed charter would designate the Mayor as the administrative head of the city, clarifying the Mayor has the authority to act as City Administrator. The proposed charter amends Chapter VII, Section 25 to change the Mayor's term of office from two years to four years. Changes in Chapter VIII of the proposed charter would define the roles of the City Attorney, Municipal Court, and Municipal Judge and the method for establishing the court and appointing those officers. The proposed charter would eliminate the requirement for pre-approval by voters of the purchase or sale of city property. All final City Council decisions regarding the purchase or sale of city property would still be made in an open public meeting and the voters would continue to approve general obligation bonds or property tax levies.