Clackamas County Republicans

Join our effort in strengthening the Republican Party.

Ballots are in your mailboxes. It is time to vote in this 2022 elections to select our nominee for Governor, for US Senate, for Congressional offices, for State House and Senate, for BOLI, Judges and County Commissioners.                                     Ballot Dropbox Locations     


                        CCRP May Primary Activities      


                          Vance Day for Oregon Court of Appeals Judge


Precinct Committee Person Update

Thank you to all of the Republicans that filed their SEL 105 forms to stand for election in the May Primary. This is the most Republicans that have filed in the Party’s history. We appreciate you and give thanks for standing up for your families, neighbors and communities to get involved and engaged. There is still time if others want to get involved to become a PCP. Contact our office for the Write-In Procedure to become a PCP. 


                                 Clackamas County Republican Party Message

We believe in the people in Clackamas County that they know what is best for them. Our job is work harder to convince the voters why they should choose our candidates. We have much work to do to educate our communities that one party rule is costing our State so much. We need balance in Oregon because that is what makes our State and County great.   


                   2022 Oregon Governor Candidates

David BurchBridget Barton – Consultant –  Christine Drazan – Fmr. State Representative District 39 – Jessica Gomez – Small Business Owner, Medford –                            Stan Pulliam – Mayor of Sandy – Kerry McQuisten – Mayor of Baker City – Bud Pierce – Doctor from Salem, 2016 Gov. Nominee – Nick Hess, Business manager                      Amber Richardson, Chiropractor – Marc Thielman, Fmr. Alsea School District Superintendent – Brandon Merritt – Stefan G StrekBill SizemoreTim McCloudJohn Presco –  Bob Tiernan, Fmr GOP Chair – Court BoiceRaymond BaldwinReed Christensen 

Please visit their websites for the most up to date information about appearances.


US Senate Candidates

Jason Beebe – Robert Fleming – Darin Harbick – Sam Palmer – Jo Rae Perkins – Ibra Taher – Chris Christensen

Congressional Candidates

Joanna Harbour – 3rd District                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Lori Chavez-DeRemer – 5th District – Madison Oatman – 5th District – Jimmy Crumpacker – 5th District – John Di Paola – 5th District – Laurel Roses – 5th District                      Ron Noble – 6th District – David Russ – 6th District  – Angela Plowhead – 6th District – Nathan Sandvig – 6th District – Amy Ryan Courser – 6th District – Jim Bunn – 6th District – Mike Erickson – 6th District

                                   State House and State Senate Candidates 

These are only candidates whose district touches Clackamas County.

HOUSE Districts – District 18 – Rick Lewis, District 26 –  Glenn Lancaster, Jason Fields, District 37 – Aeric Estep, District 38 – Alistair Firmin, District 39 – Kori Haynes,      District 40Adam Baker, Daniel Tooze, District 41 – Rob Reynolds, Elvis Clark, Rene Gomez,  District 48 – John Masterman, District 51 – James Hieb, Lisa Davidson    District 52 – Britt Storkson, James Born, Jeff Helfrich    

SENATE Districts – District 11 – Kim Thatcher, District 13 – John Velez, District 19 – Wendy O’Riley, Ben Edtl, District 20 – Bill Kennemer, Tim Large, Chris Morrisette,      District 24 – Stan Catherman, District 26Steve Bates, Daniel Bonham, Micheal Nugent

                              Voter Registration Drive

We would like to have everyone engaged in the political process. We want to make sure you have all the information before you make your decision. We want you to ask yourself a couple key questions. “Do you feel heard by your elected officials” Do you feel that you can easily get a hold of them when you have a question or concern” “Do you feel your community is being well represented” “Do you feel your tax dollars are being spent wisely” “Do you feel frustrated by the process” The Clackamas County Party wants to hear from you. We are here to answer questions and give information. We want to empower you, your families and your community to decide what is best for you. We believe in the power of the people. Please consider joining us. For more information about the Party, view our resources on this website or call our office at 503-303-7312.


                                    Education Update

With more mandates coming from Elected Officials we encourage everyone to get involved with their local school boards to share your views and voices for our children. For continued information on how to ensure our children get back to learning in the classroom, visit the Oregon Moms Union.


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          Volunteer for Clackamas County Advisory Boards and Commissions

The Party has launched a new endeavor to get more County Residents engaged with their County Elected Officials.  Please think about applying to serve on one of the many advisory boards and commissions that communicate directly with the Board of Commissioners.  These boards are vital to providing insight and perspective about how to improve our County.  Visit the link in the title for more information on how to apply. and County. We 


Calendar of Events

Keep up to date on where and when our meetings and events take place.

We also post events for our Republican candidates so you can join in and support your favorite Republican candidate. Subject to submission by the candidate.

Note: All events are subject to change.Learn More

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I Am a Republican Because…

I BELIEVE the strength of our nation lies with the individual and that each person’s dignity, freedom, ability and responsibility must be honored.

I BELIEVE in equal rights, equal justice and equal opportunity for all, regardless of race, creed, sex, age or disability.

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           Oregon Senate and House Press Releases

           Here you will find information from our elected officials about what is going on down in Salem.

March 4 – Senate Republican Response to Short Session

March 4 – House Republicans Response to Short Session

February 28 – Senate Republicans Proposed Rule to remove Masks from Senate Floor

February 17 – Republicans Respond to Record-Breaking Crime Wave With
Common-Sense Reforms 

February 16 – Republicans Object to Bill to Give OHA More Power

February 9 – Oregon state revenue continues to increase while Oregonians feel the pressure of inflation

February 1 – House Republicans prepare for solutions-oriented 2022 Legislative Session

Legislative Schedule  

State Leaders adjourned the 2022 short session on Friday. This area will be updated for the 2023 long session and will list all of the legislative Committees that are meeting  virtually or in person.

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