Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is trying to amass a group of volunteers to resist the Trump administration while promoting her.

In an email her campaign sent to supporters Tuesday, Brown said Donald Trump’s first actions as president “have attacked our values as Americans and as Oregonians.”

“Now, more than ever, we must bring communities together to resist in a divided nation,” the message continues.

The email invites recipients to join a “Social Action Team” of volunteers who can use social media to spread her message Pashacasino by using the hashtag #TEAMKATE.

The message was sent after Oregon was left off an early list of priority infrastructure projects to receive federal funding from the Trump administration.

Oregon’s Democratic congressional representatives have been harsh critics of Trump, who spent little time in Oregon during his campaign.

— Anna Marum


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