Endorsements

The following organizations have endorsed a $15 minimum wage for the State of Oregon:

Labor Organizations

AFL_CIOOregon AFL-CIO

 

OSEAOregon School Employees Association

OEA_logoOregon Education Association

Oregon School Employees                                                                                     Association Staff Union

OSALC IconOregon State Association of Letter Carriers 

OFNHPOregon Federation of Nurses & Health Professionals

ONA_BigLogoOregon Nurses Association

AFT OregonAmerican Federation of Teachers – Oregon

AFSCME75Oregon AFSCME Council 75

 

teamsters206logoTeamers Joint Council 37   

                                       Teamsters Local 58

                                       Teamsters Local 81

                                       Teamsters Local 162

                                       Teamsters Local 206

                                       Teamsters Local 223

                                       Teamsters Local 305

                                       Teamsters Local 324

                                       Teamsters Local 670

                                       Teamsters Local 962

seiu-503SEIU Local 503

NWOLCNorthwest Oregon Labor Council

MPYCCLCMarion, Polk, Yamhill Counties Central       Labor Council

                     Lane County Central Labor Council

                    Southern Oregon Central Labor Council

                    North East Oregon Central Labor 

HERE-LOGO-Unite2-CUnite HERE Local 8

PAT logoPortland Association of Teachers

SEIU49  SEIU Local 49

jwj   Portland Jobs With Justice 

                      Eugene-Springfield Solidarity Network

PCUN-Logo-150Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste 

PCCAFT Local 2277

OSVSouthern Oregon Strong Voice

AFSCMELocal88LogoAFSCME Local 88

AFSCME328AFSCME Local 328

Laborers483   LiUNA! Laborers’ Local 483

CarpenterslogoColumbia River Carpenters Local 1503

VOZVOZ Workers’ Rights Education     Project 

ATU757Amalagmated Transit Union Local 757

ibew48IBEW Local 48

ibew (184x190)IBEW Local 659

UFCW555UFCW Local 555

UA290_logoUA Local 290

ILWU-logo-13ILWU Local 5

                      ILWU Local 8

USWUSW Oregon L&E Committee

                      United Steel Workers Local 8378

pte17Professional & Technical Employees Local 17

MusiciansUnionMusicians Union Local 99

CWA  CWA Local 7901

 

Community Organizations

DontShootPDXDon’t Shoot Portland

naacp-logo2Portland NAACP

Urban League of PortlandUrban League of Portland

CIO_A2Center for Intercultural Organizing

causa-fp1Causa

APANOAsian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO)

ROPRural Organizing Project

 

                     CURRENTS of Justice for Peace

TigardFirstTigard First!

elderslogoElders in Action

YWCAYWCA

ImpactNWImpact NW

l0go85Oregon Alliance for Retired Americans

UOSLAPUniversity of Oregon Student Labor Action Project

 

WebPortland State University Student Union

AAUPPSU-AAUP

catlogoCommunity Alliance of Tenants

PortlandAllianceLogo-300x164Alliance for Democracy

EDCEast Side democratic Club

sistersoftheroad.cc.logoSisters of the Road

right2surviveRight 2 Survive

R2D2Right 2 Dream Too

icon-large-765-x-1020No Nukes NW

PDXISOPortland International Socialist Organization

WorkersActionWorkers Action

farmlogoCascadian Neighborhood Farm Guild 

MarissaMissionThe Marissa Mission

 FFRFilter Free Radio

 

Northwest Alliance for Alternative Media & Education: PDX Alliance

Tenant Rights Project

Transit Riders Union

Individuals for Justice

PSU Progressive Student Union

Faith Organizations

EMOEcumenical Ministries of Oregon

PNCUCCCentral Pacific Conference of the United Church of Christ

EJAGEconomic Justice Action Group of the First Unitarian Church of Portland

Small Businesses and Business Alliances

Affiliate_OregonMain Street Alliance of Oregon

shwopShwop

Paperjam-logoPaper Jam Press

TDAutoTom Dwyer Automotive Services

JohnnysJohnny’s Original Montavilla Barber Shop

HACLogoTransHawthorne Auto Clinic

01_3rd-eye-shop-portlandThird Eye Shoppe

01_bipartisan-cafeBipartisan Cafe

01_HungryTigerHungry Tiger

01_ESGRepairEastside Guitar Repair

01_VeloceVeloce Bicycles

01_belfryThe Belfry

Banner15Tara Tibetan Collection

01_HolyMoleHoly Mole Food Truck

msn_logo_03bMSN Media – “We support a raise in the minimum wage to $15 because the current minimum is not close to a living wage. As an employer, part of my responsibility is to look after the fiscal health of my staff, and ensure they have a living wage. This will benefit my business, the happiness of my staff, and the citizens of Portland. The higher wage will give me a greater pool of people to hire as future employees, and a wider, better range of potential clients.” – Matt Navarre

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 Quan Linh Asian Bistros  my parents never forgot about their ‘roots’ – they know what it is like to be poor. They know how hard it is to live on a minimum wage. Because of this, our business is committed to providing the best for our employees.

Up until recently, we paid all our staff a base wage of $10/hr. If there was a slow night where they received minimal tips, my father would increase their base wages so that they would average out to at least $15/hr.

Since we first saw campaign posters for Nicholas Caleb, we knew that $10/hr was not enough for a living wage. Starting in May 2014, all our staff will have a base wage of $15.00 per hour, and we’ll be looking at various health insurance plans to cover our workers as well.” -Tommy Ly, Quan Linh Asian Bistros

BuckmanBuckman Cannabis

                 Small Business Owners for a Living Wage

Political Parties

WFPOregon Working Families Party

PGP_LogoPacific Green Party of Oregon

socialistalternativeSocialist Alternative

prog_buttonOregon Progressive Party

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