Oregon State Senator Sara Anne Gelser, born Sara Anne Acres, and also known as Sara Anne Acres Gelser, voted in favor of HB 3047 also known as the anti-doxxing bill. We have already written detailed arguments as to why this bill in unconstitutional (https://copblaster.com/blast/35518/oregon-house-of-representatives-directory-of-home-addresses). In those arguments you can find a promise we made to dox any legislator that votes in favor of the bill. We are writing this article to keep that promise.
We have never heard of Sara Gelser before because we normally don't pay attention to the Oregon legislature because rarely do they so blatantly tread on fundamental freedoms. Freedoms like the right to copy public information and share it with others. Public information like Sara Gelser's home address, personal email address (sara[at]bluedash.com), and phone number ((541)760-2115). Federal courts have repeatedly held that sharing information such as this is considered a form of protected speech on the grounds of political protest. Similar bills passed by other states have been struck down as unconstitutional in recent years because their language covered a broad range of actions that included protected speech, so those bills were considered unconstitutionally overbroad. You can find the appropriate case law in the testimony that we submitted to committee that Gelser sits on (https://copblaster.com/uploads/files/hb3047-testimony.pdf).
You might notice that the address we are listing above differs from the address that Gelser listed on the Secretary of State website (https://secure.sos.state.or.us/orestar/cfDetail.do?page=search&cfRsn=18827&OWASP_CSRFTOKEN=77SM-QT2B-NAK6-N07F-8TCB-MSYD-7WH9-ZARL). That is because we ran her name through a background check service that listed the above address as more recent. The property appears to be owned by her husband while the address she listed in her filing information belongs to her (121 NW 29th Street
Corvallis, OR 97330). We are not including the name of her husband or any of her relatives because they are not the people we have a problem with. That said, we are not objecting to the parts of the bill that prohibit posting information about children such as where they go to school. When we criticize someone we like to limit our naming to just the person we are criticizing. We think being related to that person is punishment enough.