Most Of Arrested Anti-Trump Protestors In Portland, Oregon Didn’t Vote


According to election records, most of the 112 people arrested last week in Portland, Oregon protesting the election of Donald Trump as US president did not vote in Oregon, reports local television station KGW.

KGW reported that of those arrested around 79 people either did not vote or were not registered to vote in Oregon, noted that 35 of the arrested protesters weren’t registered to vote in Oregon.

KGW said it compiled its list from the arrest logs of the Portland Police Bureau and then compared that list to state voter logs provided by Multnomah County Elections officials.

It has been reported that demonstrations turned into a riot on November 10, causing over an estimated $1 million in property damages.

2 thoughts on “Most Of Arrested Anti-Trump Protestors In Portland, Oregon Didn’t Vote

  • November 17, 2016 at 2:58 am

    Of course we didn’t. Both Clinton and Trump are crooks. Why vote for a shady person? We’re tired of the government.

  • November 18, 2016 at 12:14 am

    If Christopher’s comment above is accurate then the protesters are wrong to be singling out Trump. Why do they not chant the truth – we hate the US government — oh ya they would not get coverage but would get scrutiny.

    If they did not vote they gave up their opportunity of choice.
    If they did not like either, they needed to start a grassroots of a better candidate.
    They have not, so their actions say we do not like the US as is.
    Well, the US borders are not closed – you are welcome to leave.


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