2020 ENDORSEMENTS

INCO ENDORSEMENTS
MAY ELECTIONS


INCO is pleased to endorse these three candidates in the May election. We encourage you to learn more about them, volunteer for their campaigns, and vote for them on May 19. 

Remember that to vote for a party-affiliated candidate (HD 32), you need to be a registered member of that party. Click here to check and/or update your voter registration in Oregon.

In addition to these local endorsements, INCO joins Barack Obama, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and many, many more in endorsing the presumptive Democratic nominee, Joe Biden, for President. 

"Joe has all the qualities we need in a president right now," says Obama. "[He will] surround himself with good people — experts, scientists, military officials who actually know how to run the government and care about doing a good job running the government, and know how to work with our allies, and who will always put the American people’s interests above their own."

Debbie Boothe-Schmidt



"We may not all share the same solutions, but we share a common goal of a more equitable, inclusive, supportive and fair world." -- Debbie Boothe-Schmidt, candidate for the Democratic nomination for the Oregon House of Representatives, HD32. Information at Debbie for Oregon. 






Kathleen Sullivan




"I will be here as part of the experienced team of community leaders working to keep you safe and to develop pathways for recovery when this pandemic is over." Kathleen Sullivan, candidate for re-election for Clatsop County Commissioner, District 4. Information at Keep Kathleen.








Sara Nebeker











"We need to grow the arts economic sector, which is a clean segment of our economy that benefits our communities, brings people together and increases the quality of life for all ages.”Sara Nebeker, candidate for re-election for Clatsop County Commissioner, District 2