United in Principle Respectful of Others
Your Columbia County Republicans are active in building strong communities and advocating for strengthening the middle class. We defend the Constitution, support a free market enterprise system and oppose heavy-handed government overreach. We believe in the preservation of our unalienable rights. We stand for life, liberty and personal responsibility.
Our great nation was founded on the belief that an individual should be free from oppression and be allowed to think for, to act for and to openly express one’s self.
We believe that an individual should have the liberty to pursue their own dreams and aspirations along with owning the responsibility for those actions
With freedom and liberty comes a responsibility to defend those basic rights. The Columbia County Republicans stand ready to lead, defend and uphold your rights granted by the constitution of the United States of America.
Principles over Party. Policy over Politics.
If you believe that a limited constitutional government, local control and personal responsibility matter, we invite you to come join the Columbia County Republicans!
Columbia County Republicans support candidates on all levels who subscribe to basic beliefs in personal freedom, liberty, and leadership.
Government exists to serve “We the People.” We actively work towards promoting policies and laws that protect our rural communities and way if life.
Come Join us! Our goal is to engage like-minded individuals that beleive in a limited constitutional government with local control. You CAN have a voice and make a difference.
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Oregon appears to be the only state in the country that explicitly prohibits health care organizations from mandating vaccinations for workers.
The law prohibits employers from making vaccinations mandatory, saying licensed health care workers and health care facility employees “shall not be required as a condition of work to be immunized” unless other state or federal laws or regulations require a vaccine.”