The West Linn Alliance believes voter participation is a critical component of promoting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We recognize that equity often becomes a function of the policies and initiatives developed within our governing bodies. The quality of elected leaders and their dedication to ensuring equal opportunities for everyone to participate in our community is vital. The Alliance is a non-partisan community organization and it strives to provide our community with information on elections and candidates to assist each individual in determining how they will vote. We encourage all eligible West Linn resident to exercise their right to vote. Change begins at the ballot box.
The information below provides context for West Linn voters on which 2022 elections may affect them. The list does not necessarily included all open positions and ballot initiatives.
We encourage all candidates for upcoming elections to clearly state their position on how they will promote diversity, equity, and inclusion. To that end, we will publish candidates positions on our voter information pages. Candidates should clearly state their name, the elected office they seek, and a contact link, along with a DEI position statement of up to 400 words. Candidates who respond will be listed beside the office they seek and linked to their submitted position statement.
Clackamas County Elections will occur on May 17th. Open positions in this election include:
- County Commissioner, Position 2
- County Commissioner, Position 5
- County Assessor
- County Clerk
- County Treasurer
- Justice of the Peace
For more information on this election visit the Clackamas County 2022 Election Page
2022 State & Federal Primaries
District 19 (West Linn)
District 20 (Oregon City)
District 13 (Wilsonville) – Aaron Woods
District 37 (West Linn)
Senate Seat (State of Oregon)
House of Representatives (District 5)