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On Monday night, September 18, only a little over a week since one of the Clackamas County Democratic Party's office windows in Oregon City was shattered with a brick, they were attacked again. This time, two of the remaining windows and the door were shot at. (Photo courtesy Clackamas County Democratic Party)
By The Skanner News | The Skanner News
Published: 21 September 2023

annessa hartman introRep. Annessa HartmanOREGON CITY, Ore.—  On Tuesday, the Clackamas County Democratic Party headquarters was vandalized a second time, leaving the building riddled with bullet holes. This follows a previous incident last month where a window was shattered. In response, Rep. Annessa Hartman (D-Gladstone and Oregon City) released the following statement:

“All of us deserve to feel safe in our communities — no matter our political party. We must denounce violence in all its forms, and I strongly condemn these acts of vandalism. In a democracy, you show up and debate your case. You voice your concerns and opinions. You work to build consensus and community. You don’t cowardly hide behind acts of terror.

“We will not be intimidated. My commitment to House District 40 is to foster a community where we all feel safe. I call on leaders across parties to join us so that these disturbing and undemocratic attacks come to an end.”

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