SECRETARY OF STATE Kate Brown

 

Kate Brown has spent more than 20 years serving the people of Oregon. Throughout her service in both the Oregon House and Senate, Kate has put education funding and the rights of educators first. As Secretary of State, Kate Brown has cracked down on initiative fraud by banning felons from gathering initiative signatures and exposed big out-of-state corporate interests who were trying to influence our initiative process. www.katebrownfororegon.com

 

SUPREME COURT

Judge Richard Baldwin

Judge Baldwin began his career as a public interest lawyer. He is deeply committed to public education and public service. His wife, Teresa was a special education teacher for Portland Public Schools and his daughter is the lead teacher at the Albina Head Start Teen Parent program. He is extremely well qualified as the only candidate who has the critical experience of being a full-time judge. Judge Baldwin has a long history of standing up for working people. www.electjudgebaldwin.com

 

 

LABOR COMMISSIONER
Brad Avakian

Brad Avakian has been a long-time champion of public education and working people. Avakian is committed to restoring career education in public schools and strengthening workforce training. Brad fought to restore shop and vocational education to Oregon schools. Brad has held employers who try to cheat their workers accountable, and has recovered over $14.5 million in lost wages, benefits and damages. www.bradavakian.com

 

 

 

All OEA-PIE Recommended Statewide Races
State Treasurer
– Ted Wheeler
Secretary of State – Kate Brown
Bureau of Labor and Industries Commissioner – Brad Avakian
Attorney General – Ellen Rosenblum
Court of Appeals, Position 6 – Tim Volpert
Supreme Court, Position 3 – Judge Richard Baldwin

 

Recommendations decided by members at the March 2012 OEA-PIE Convention:

Federal Races:*
U.S. House District 1
– Suzanne Bonamici
U.S. House District 2 – Greg Walden
U.S. House District 3 - Earl Blumenauer
U.S. House District 4 – Peter DeFazio
U.S. House District 5 – Kurt Schrader
*Federal candidates will be forwarded to the NEA Fund for final recommendation.

HOUSE RACES
HD 01 NO RECOMMENDATION HD 31 Brad Witt (D)
HD 02 NO ACTION HD 32 NO ACTION
HD 03 Wally Hicks (R) HD 33 Mitch Greenlick (D)
HD 04 NO ACTION HD 34 NO ACTION
HD 05 Peter Buckley (D) HD 35 Margaret Doherty (D)
HD 06 NO ACTION HD 36 Jennifer Williamson (D)
HD 07 NO ACTION HD 37 Carl Hosticka (D)
HD 08 Paul Holvey (D) HD 38 Chris Garrett (D)
HD 09 Caddy McKeown (D) HD 39 Chris Bangs (D)
HD 10 David Gomberg (D) HD 40 Brent Barton (D)
HD 11 Phil Barnhart (D) HD 41 Carolyn Tomei (D)
HD 12 John Lively (D) HD 42 Jules Bailey (D)
HD 13 Nancy Nathanson (D) HD 43 Lew Frederick (D)
HD 14 Val Hoyle (D) HD 44 Tina Kotek (D)
HD 15 Andy Olson (R) HD 45 Michael Dembrow (D)
HD 16 Sara Gelser (D) HD 46 Alisa Keny Guyer (D)
HD 17 NO ACTION HD 47 Jessica Vega Peterson (D)
HD 18 NO ACTION HD 48 Jeff Reardon (D)
HD 19 Claudia Kyle (D) HD 49 Chris Gorsek (D)
HD 20 NO ACTION HD 50 Greg Matthews (D)
HD 21 Brian Clem (D) HD 51 Shemia Fagan (D)
HD 22 Betty Komp (D) HD 52 Peter Nordbye (D)
HD 23 Ross Swartzendruber (D) HD 53 Gene Whisnant (R)
HD 24 NO ACTION HD 54 NO RECOMMENDATION
HD 25 NO ACTION HD 55 Mike McLane (R)
HD 26 Wynne Wakkila (D) HD 56 Gail Whitsett (R)
HD 27 Tobias Read (D) HD 57 Greg Smith (R)
HD 28 Jeff Barker (D) HD 58 Bob Jenson (R)
HD 29 Ben Unger (D) HD 59 John Huffman (R)
HD 30 Joe Gallegos (D) HD 60 NO ACTION
SENATE RACES
SD 01 Jeff Kruse (R) SD 21 Diane Rosenbaum (D)
SD 02 Jim Diefenderfer (D) SD 22 Chip Shields (D)
SD 05 Arnie Roblan (D) SD 23 Jackie Dingfelder (D)
SD 09 TO BE DETERMINED SD 25 Laurie Monns Anderson (D)
SD 12 NO RECOMMENDATION SD 27 Tim Knopp (R)
SD 14 Mark Hass (D) SD 28 Doug Whitsett (R)
SD 17 Elizabeth Steiner Hayward (D) SD 29 Bill Hansell (R)
SD 18 NO ACTION SD 30 NO ACTION

 

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