The group sang songs and delivered letters to Senator Ron Wyden, urging him to vote against the Transpacific Partnership.
Protesters said the partnership would take jobs away from Americans and send them overseas.
“Bad for American citizens who want to have jobs. We saw a huge migration of jobs out of the country because of NAFTA the TPP is another agreement of that kind,” said Shelley Pineo-Jensen, Eugene-Springfield Solidarity Network Chair.
They said both Senator Merkley and Representative Peter DeFazio already voiced objection to the Transpacific Partnership.