They Report To You: Contact Your DA - Gilliam County

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Help us get a better understanding of where your elected district attorney (DA) stands on key criminal justice issues.

We asked all 36 of Oregon's district attorneys for their views on crucial issues that impact the criminal justice system, specifically around material witness detention, non-unanimous jury convictions, and how young people are treated under Measure 11.

Visit our website to read the Oregon DA survey questions.

The public has a right to know how elected officials feel about important policies, especially if those policies impact them directly. Please help by encouraging your DA to be transparent and share their policy positions.

Message Recipients:
Ms. Marion Weatherford

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Your Message
Dear district attorney,

I am reaching out to you today as your constituent and a voter.

I wanted to follow up on an email that you received from the ACLU of Oregon's They Report to You campaign that invited you to complete a survey on your policy positions. They asked you to share your views on several crucial issues that impact the criminal justice system, specifically around material witness detention, non-unanimous jury convictions, and how young people are treated under Measure 11.

These issues are particularly important to me. I want to ensure that our criminal justice system is fair, effective, and accountable. Your answers will help me understand how we are embracing those goals.

Transparency is a top value to me when it comes to elected officials. Even if I disagree with your positions, I want to know you are willing to be clear and straightforward about your positions. I hope that you embrace this opportunity to share more information about how you approach our county's criminal justice system.

Sincerely,

[First Name] [Last Name]
[Your Address]

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