Peace and Justice Works
Site Navigation

_Peace and Justice 
_Portland Copwatch_
_ Iraq Affinity Group_
_Other Affinity Groups_
_Troops Home Campaign_
_Fact Sheets_
_Ongoing Actions_
_Sale Items_
_Wish List_
_Contact Us_


Portland City Council Candidate Peace Issues Questionnaire May 2020
 (this page created by and hosted by Peace and Justice Works)

In March, 2020, Peace and Justice Works' Iraq Affinity Group and Veterans For Peace Chapter 72 * sent a questionnaire with four peace-related questions to the 54 candidates for four seats which are in the running for the May 19 primary.

Below are links to the results, broken down by each of the four positions. Eight candidates provided full responses, two gave brief comments and two have suspended their campaigns.


--Responses were limited to 150 words.

--Candidates are listed in the order they were approved by the City's
election team, except for layout purposes.

--Answers were not edited for typographical errors, grammar or accuracy.

--The seats up for a vote are:
Mayor (current incumbent Ted Wheeler)
Position 1 (current incumbent Amanda Fritz not running for re-election)
Position 2 (partial term to fill seat of the late Nick Fish)
Position 4 (current incumbent Chloe Eudaly).


Laid out on 8.5 x 11 sheets; total of 14 pages printed:

> Mayor

> Position 1

> Position 2

> Position 4

Please share widely!

Thank you.

* --Peace and Justice Works has been promoting nonviolent conflict resolution on local, national and international levels since 1992.

Veterans For Peace is an educational and humanitarian organization dedicated to the abolishment of war.

Back to top


On This Page

The questionnaires


Peace and Justice Works
PO Box 42456
Portland, OR 97242
(503) 236-3065

Page posted August 26, 2016


Back to top