Bend City Council 2020 Election

The seven members of the Bend City Council make decisions that will have long-lasting impacts on the livability, affordability, and character of our community. 

The four council seats up for grabs in November are currently held by four conservative councilors, who tend to favor the powerful special interest groups like the Central Oregon Association of Realtors (COAR) and the Central Oregon Builders Association (COBA). 

The election in November is a tremendous opportunity to move the City Council in a more progressive direction. Scroll down to learn more about the candidates. We'll be adding information throughout this campaign cycle.

What's at Stake?

What’s At Stake is a series of roundtable discussions co-hosted by Indivisible Bend and The Vocal Seniority intended to explore issues facing the greater Bend community with the progressive candidates for Bend City Council. 

Through this series, we will get to know the candidates, learn how they think about government, and discover how they intend to lead. It is also an opportunity for those candidates to learn from us about our values and our goals for the City.

1. Bend's Transportation System Plan

2. Issues Facing Our BIPOC Community
3. Affordable Housing
4. Climate Action Plan

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Candidates for Position #1

Justin Livingston (R)


Candidates for Position #2

August Paul Johnson (NAV)


Candidates for Position #3

Chris Piper (R)

Ron "Rondo" Boozell (Green Party)


Candidates for Position #4

Anon (Bubba) Walters (R)

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