Oregon State Grange Policy
- 2018 Legislative Policy Handbook updated January 2019.
- 2017 Legislative Policy Handbook updated April 2018
- Resolutions Adopted at the 2018 State Grange Convention
National Grange Policy Statements adopted 2018
- Audit & Budget
- Education & Health
- Grange Law
- Growth & Development
- Labor, Judiciary & Transportation
Grange members are educated on the importance of civic engagement and advocacy and empowered to serve their state and communities in a variety of ways.
- Community Granges are a place where members can discuss ballot measures and local state, and national issues.
- Current issues of interest include rural high-speed internet, water rights, public safety, school funding and more.
- Any member can propose a resolution that addresses local, state, or federal concerns.
- Grange Day at the Capitol brings members to Salem to experience our legislature in action.
- Host a candidates’ forum: The Grange is non-partisan, which means that Subordinate/Community, Pomona, State, and National Granges do not support or oppose a candidate or party. However, your Grange can invite all candidates for an office to speak at an event. Invite your members, friends, relatives, and neighbors to attend and learn.
- Organize an issue forum
- Research and distribute information
- Involve all Grangers
- Publicize your Grange’s position on an issue
- Recruit new members
- Write a resolution to change Grange policy
- Write a lawmaker your views on legislation in Salem or Washington, DC
- Use this 8.5×11 Trifold Writing Resolution Handout
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