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Amy Ryan Courser: US Representative CD5 Amy Ryan Courser For Congress – Oregon CD5

Kim Thatcher: OR Secretary of State Kim Thatcher for Secretary of State

Jeff Gudman: OR Treasurer

Michael Cross: OR Attorney General

Fred Girod: SD9 Senator Fred Girod for State Senate 

Rick Lewis: HD18 Representative Rick Lewis 

Peggy Stevens: HD26 Representative Peggy Stevens for State Representative

Kelly Sloop: HD37 Representative Kelly Sloop for State Representative

Patrick Castles: HD38 Representative Patrick Castles for Oregon 

Christine Drazan: HD39 Representative Christine Drazan- for House of Representatives District 39 

Josh Howard: HD40 Representative Josh Howard for Oregon District 40 | A Neighbor, Not a Politician

Michael Newgard: HD41 Representative HOME | Michael Newgard 

Jane Hays: HD51 Representative Jane Hays for 51

Jeff Helfrich: HD52 Representative Jeff Helfrich for State Representative 

Mark Shull: Clackamas County Commissioner, Pos 4

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ORP reacts to Congressman Walden Retirement Announcement

Oregon GOP Reacts To Congressman Walden Retirement Announcement
Salem, OR – Today, the Oregon Republican Party has released the following statement in response to the announcement by Congressman Greg Walden of his retirement in 2020:

Walden Retirement Video“Congressman Walden has announced today that he will be retiring at the end of his term in 2020,” said Oregon GOP Chairman Bill Currier. “We recognize and thank Greg for his exemplary record of public service to his district, our state, and our nation. He and his family have sacrificed much over the years and we wish them all the best after decades of dedication to the people of Oregon.”

“Like Congressman Walden, we are very confident of having a strong nominee for Oregon’s 2nd Congressional District and winning the seat again, as well as taking back the House of Representatives in 2020 from the unaccomplished and impeachment-obsessed Democrats.”

Oregon GOP statement regarding Kate Brown recall

Oregon GOP Recall Petition Signature Effort Falls Short
Chair Currier Says It’s Often Necessary To Fight Twice To Win Once

Monday 10/14/2019 – 4:30 PM PT
Contact: ORP Communications Director – (503) 902-4671

Salem, OR – Today, The Oregon Republican Party has released the following statement:

Today, the Oregon Republican Party announced that it has fallen only 8% short of the 280,000 signatures needed by the 90th day of signature gathering, October 14th, to put the Governor on the ballot to be recalled by a vote of the people.

“We gathered approximately 258,000 signatures as of today, which is insufficient to recall Kate Brown at this time,” said Oregon GOP Chairman Bill Currier, the Chief Petitioner. “However, it is a record number of signatures for any petition in Oregon’s history and, with nearly 35% of the signatures coming from non-Republicans, it is more powerful evidence that a huge number of Oregonians want a change in Salem, starting with the Governor.”