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BjornErikOpheim

Please test Hillary against Christie, Jeb Bush, Huckabee, Ryan, Rubio, Susana Martinez and Rand Paul. Walker, Rick Perry, Jindal and Santorum might be included as well.
Also, since it seems Obama is promoting Julian Castro to become the new HUD Secretary and since Hillary has recently praised him and might be considering him for a potentially future VP slot, it would be interesting to know his name recognition and favorables/unfavorables, though that might be more appropriate for a national poll perhaps?
Same sex marriage was also legalized in Oregon by a federal court this week, so perhaps a question about that?
And one on legalizing marihuana. Might also ask about minimum wage.

Sam

Here are some ideas I had.

If the election were to happen today, would you vote to approve or reject the law directing the Oregon Department of Transportation to issue "driver's licenses" to Oregon residents without requiring legal presence in the United States?

Do you support or oppose allowing private retail stores to sell liquor while imposing a wholesale tax to replace the current state markup?

Do you support or oppose allowing recreational use of marijuana?

Do you support or oppose mandatory labeling certain foods containing genetically modified organisms or GMOs?

Do you agree, disagree, or have no opinion with Judge McShane's ruling allowing gay marriage in Oregon?

Do you approve, disapprove, or have no opinion on the job performance of Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum?

SC Guy

The congressional generic and support for same-sex marriage and the death penalty. Thanks!

Caravaggisto

Portlandia's approval rating.

Imbww

Gay marriage; the court just overturned the ban, plus there was talk of overturning the amendment via referendum.

The health exchange/obamacare rollout; since they just eliminated the state based exchange.

Cody Smith

Ask Oregon voters whether they agree or disagree with the recent court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage in the state. Additionally, ask if they think courts have the right and/or the duty to overturn a vote of the people if it finds that the rights of a minority have been violated. Thank you.

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