Charlie Burr

Charlie has worked to elect Democrats on both sides of the Cascades and at all levels of Oregon government. Last election cycle, Burr managed the successful No on Constitutional Amendment 35 campaign (Med Mal). Despite being outspent by nearly $3 million dollars, the coalition achieved a narrow upset making Oregon the only Presidential battleground state to defeat "tort reform" in 2004. In 2002, Burr managed Charlie Ringo's winning race against Christian Coalition founder Bill Witt, making Oregon one of only two states in which Democrats regained control of a Legislative chamber that year. In 2005, Charlie worked in the Republican stronghold of Nassau County, New York, managing what the New York Times called the "Democrats first serious attempt at the Town's top job." Charlie has been active with the League of Conservation Voters, NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon, Community Alliance of Tenants, Oregon Bus Project and many other progressive groups. He lives in northeast Portland with his wife Libby Upham and chocolate lab Eads.

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Nov. 22, 2007Happy Thanksgiving!
Nov. 18, 2007Obama at the Jefferson Jackson Dinner in Iowa
Nov. 18, 2007Edwards: "Mudslinging" Against Clinton is "Milquetoast"
Nov. 13, 2007Stay Up Late!
Nov. 12, 2007Happy 37th, Exploding Whale!
Nov. 11, 2007Why I support Novick
Nov. 04, 2007Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Nov. 04, 2007John Edwards on Clinton: "The Politics of Parsing"
Nov. 04, 2007Live from New York: <i>Barack Obama</i>
Oct. 11, 2007Healthy Kids Debate: Great Moments in RJ Reynolds Marketing
Oct. 06, 2007Gen. Tony McPeak of Oregon featured in new Obama ad
Sep. 30, 2007Obama on the hunt
Sep. 23, 2007How Obama Wins: Energy and Enthusiasm
Sep. 06, 2007Redraw the map with Senator Barack Obama
Sep. 05, 2007Obama Rally Tops 2,000; Additional Tickets Now Available
Aug. 28, 2007We will fight them on the beaches, we will fight them at the U.G.B.
Aug. 21, 2007Sept. 7: Barack Obama coming to Portland
May. 01, 2007Go viral with Bus Project contest!
Apr. 19, 2007Happy Birthday, Portland Bankruptcy Watch!
Apr. 03, 2007More still on the DeFazio/Smith poll
Mar. 18, 2007Lighter, stronger, smarter
Mar. 04, 2007We fight them over there so we don't have to fight them here.
Feb. 04, 2007The Super Bowl of Conspiracies
Feb. 03, 2007Super Bowl Ads
Dec. 07, 2006Better planes, cleaner skies
Oct. 28, 2006Life Imitates Art for Dixie Chicks Film
Jun. 22, 2006NOLA's New Interactive Flood Animation Flash Graphics
Jun. 20, 2006Bus Contest and Gala
Jun. 15, 2006Oregon GOP: A Voice for the Forgotten Upper Class
Jun. 02, 2006<i>An Inconvenient Truth</i>
May. 20, 2006New Orleans Mayoral Run-Off Today
May. 17, 2006<i>The Mercury's</i> Special Bipartisan Commission on Hangover Recovery
May. 16, 2006Election Night Roundup
May. 04, 2006Will Gordon Smith Respect Oregon Voters?
May. 03, 2006Misleading Burdick Ad Violates Disclaimer Guidelines
Apr. 26, 2006Which candidate this year most inspires you?
Apr. 23, 2006The Governor’s Race: Judging the Ads
Apr. 22, 2006Nagin, Landrieu Runoff Likely in NOLA Election
Apr. 02, 2006Testing Portland’s New Reform
Mar. 22, 2006City Club Debate: Burdick's Moment
Mar. 14, 2006Second Things Second?
Mar. 01, 2006How A Bill Doesn't Become a Law
Feb. 28, 2006Breaking: Power Grab Still Short on Signatures
Feb. 18, 2006Gard & Gerber’s Tin-Hatted "Sabotage" Theory Rolls On
Feb. 16, 2006Breaking: It’s official: Power Grab Fails to Attract Voter Support, Signatures
Feb. 04, 2006Tom Delay: Public Financing of Campaigns, Lobbying Reform a Left Wing Plot
Feb. 01, 2006Rebirth
Dec. 08, 2005Happy Birthday to Randy “Duke” Cunningham!
Oct. 24, 2005Hempstead Update: Newsday Endorses 'Taking Back Keys to the Kingdom'
Oct. 22, 2005Raging Against the Machine in GOP Stronghold

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