Why Not Wapato?

Why Not Wapato? Let’s talk about Wapato Correctional Facility. Every day I have yet another conversation about the never-used jail located in north Portland. I’ve had a dozen of these since I started the campaign, and dozens more before I decided to run. Like many people in Portland, I cannot understand how we can declare a… Continue reading Why Not Wapato?

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Richmond Tackles Land Use

Last night I attended the Richmond Neighborhood Association meeting. I was struck by such passion and talent from the neighbors in that area as they tackle their land use issues and look for solutions by crafting processes that can be duplicated around the city. Their determination to make a difference in their area by working… Continue reading Richmond Tackles Land Use

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Sanderson likes sunset clause, voter input; Still questions allocation of existing funds & diesel exemption

It was her fight against an unfair and poorly applied tax that led Ann Sanderson to the Portland political arena in the first place. Her candidacy for Portland City Council finds her still leading the fight to find the right way to fix Portland’s streets. Sanderson first came into the public eye in 2014 when… Continue reading Sanderson likes sunset clause, voter input; Still questions allocation of existing funds & diesel exemption

Buckman Candidates’ Forum

(SE Portland) — A lively group of voters got their first taste of Ann Sanderson’s ideas for change at City Hall, in a candidates’ forum hosted Thursday night by the Buckman Community Association. Hot-button topics like homelessness, housing density, and transportation dominated the questions submitted by the audience. Sanderson, who first came into the public… Continue reading Buckman Candidates’ Forum

Press Release Announcement

This afternoon Ann Sanderson filed paperwork at Portland City Hall to challenge incumbent Amanda Fritz for City Council Commissioner Position 1.

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