Mic Drops: Jessie visits local podcast studios

In today’s digital age, podcasts have become a powerful medium for sharing ideas, sparking conversations, and connecting with audiences on a deeper level. For local candidates like Jessie, podcasts have offered a unique opportunity to reach the community directly and engage in meaningful dialogue about the issues that matter most. We are fortunate that our locally grown podcasts act as a vital channel for fostering civic discourse and shaping the future of local politics.

Recently Jessie has been visiting the podcast studios of some of our favorite local shows, and the first interviews have dropped on your favorite podcast streaming services. These discussions delve into Jessie’s platform, her vision for our county, and her plans for effective positive change. Additionally, we’re pleased to hear Jessie’s voice on The New York Times’ The Daily as they discussed the unforeseen  consequences of Measure 110. 

Check them out, and be sure to follow them on social media.

PDX Black Rose Podcast with Alex Gebreab and John Washington

“With the mission to provide meaningful representation to Multnomah County, Jessie Burke joins Alex Gebreab and John Washington to talk their sports career, the development of North Portland and ChinaTown, and more on PDX Black Rose Podcast Living in North Portland, Jessie has a long history of serving on neighborhood and business associations, and understands the valuable role they play in our community as sort of micro governments for neighborhoods. She even restarted the Kenton Business Association after years of dormancy, bringing membership to nearly 60 members and co-founding the Kenton Street Fair in 2010.”

NW Fresh with Andy Chandler

In this episode of NW Fresh hosted by Andy Chandler, guest Jesse Burke delves into the critical aspects of the upcoming County race, outlining the distinct features of District Two and emphasizing the importance of informed community participation and realistic approaches to local governance challenges.

Ride Along Podcast

“In this Ride Along, Jessie Burke shares her inspiring journey from the world of fencing to becoming a small business owner and a candidate for Multnoma County Commissioner, offering insights into her diverse background and motivations for public service. Join us as we explore the historical significance of Portland’s Oldtown, delve into pressing community issues, and discuss Jesse’s innovative solutions for a safer and more inclusive city.”

New York Times’ The Daily

“In 2020, motivated to try a different way to combat drug use, Oregon voted to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of hard drugs including fentanyl, heroin and methamphetamine.

Things didn’t turn out as planned.

Mike Baker, a national reporter for The Times, explains what went wrong.”