• Local Power, All Over the Place

    The Bus has national reach, but we're not a national organization. And for good reason.

    We're a family of local groups building power where it belongs – in communities across the country. But we're also a family. We look alike. We talk alike. And like any good family, we're growing. How, you ask? Um, we'll tell you when you're older.

    What began in a bar in Portland, OR has spread to communities from Missoula, to Chicago, to Columbus, to San Antonio. Multiplying like rabbits, these kids.



  • NEWS READ THE BLOG

    Statement on Trump Election Fraud Investigation

    Statement of Matt Singer, Executive Director of the Bus Federation, regarding the hyper-partisan voter fraud witch hunt proposed by President Trump. As a voice of young Americans, and a champion of the right of all US citizens to vote, the … Continue reading

    Opposing Jeff Sessions’ Nomination as Attorney General

    “The Attorney General and Department of Justice are charged first and foremost with protecting the safety of Americans while ensuring that our civil rights are respected. Senator Sessions’ record as a prosecutor and Senator makes clear that his priorities would … Continue reading

    Statement on the Overtime Rule

    Contact: Matt Singer Statement of Bus Federation Executive Director Matt Singer regarding the Department of Labor Rule on Overtime: “The Bus Federation applauds the Department of Labor’s new rule on overtime. “Growing income inequality is one of the major problems … Continue reading

    The (Oregon) Bus Goes 2 for 2

    Just got word from the Bus Project that they had a big night last night with the primary. Here are the details: So, quick & cool news. After doing nearly 8,000 doors in the primary, BOTH of the Bus’s target … Continue reading





  • “THE MOST EXCITING THING IN OREGON POLITICS IN THE LAST 20 YEARS.”

    Former Oregon Governor Barbara Roberts