2016 General Election Endorsements

Statewide

United States Senate – Ron Wyden

Governor – Kate Brown

Oregon Secretary of State – Brad Avakian

State Treasurer –  Tobias Read

Attorney General – Ellen Rosenblum

Save Outdoor School for All/Yes on 99

A Better Oregon/Yes on 97

Save Endangered Animals/Yes on 100

Oregon Senate

State Senator, District 3 – Tonia Moro

State Senator, District 5 – Arnie Roblan

State Senator, District 14 – Mark Hass

State Senator, District 18 – Ginny Burdick

State Senator, District 21 – Kathleen Taylor

State Senator, District 22 – Lew Frederick

State Senator, District 23 – Michael Dembrow

State Senator, District 25 – Laurie Monnes Anderson

Oregon House

State Representative, District 5 – Pam Marsh

State Representative, District 8 – Paul Holvey

State Representative, District 10 – David Gomberg

State Representative, District 11 – Phil Barnhart

State Representative, District 12 – John Lively

State Representative, District 13 – Nancy Nathanson

State Representative, District 14 – Julie Fahey

State Representative, District 16 – Dan Rayfield

State Representative, District 18 – Tom Kane

State Representative, District 19 – Larry Trott

State Representative, District 20 – Paul Evans

State Representative, District 21 – Brian Clem

State Representative, District 22 – Teresa Alonso Leon

State Representative, District 23 – Jim Thompson

State Representative, District 24 – Ken Moore

State Representative, District 26 – Ray Lister

State Representative, District 27 – Sheri Malstrom

State Representative, District 29 – Susan McLain

State Representative, District 30 – Janeen Sollman

State Representative, District 33 – Mitch Greenlick

State Representative, District 34 – Ken Helm

State Representative, District 35 – Margaret Doherty

State Representative, District 36 – Jennifer Williamson

State Representative, District 37 – Paul Southwick

State Representative, District 38 – Ann Lininger

State Representative, District 39 – Charles Gallia

State Representative, District 40 – Mark Meek

State Representative, District 41 – Karin Power

State Representative, District 42 – Rob Nosse

State Representative, District 43 – Tawna Sanchez

State Representative, District 44 – Tina Kotek

State Representative, District 45 – Barbara Smith Warner

State Representative, District 46 – Alissa Keny-Guyer

State Representative, District 47 – Diego Hernandez

State Representative, District 48 – Jeff Reardon

State Representative, District 49 – Chris Gorsek

State Representative, District 50 – Carla Piluso

State Representative, District 51 – Janelle Bynum

State Representative, District 52 – Mark Reynolds

State Representative, District 53 – Michael Graham

State Representative, District 54 – Gena Goodman-Campbell

County and Local

Beaverton City Council, Position 3 – Mark Fagin

Beaverton City Council, Position 4 – Cate Arnold

Bend City Council, Seat 2 – Doug Knight

Benton County Commission, Position 3 – Annabelle Jaramillo

Benton County Commission, Position 2 – Xanthippe Augerot

Clackamas County Commission, District 1 (Chair) – Jim Bernard

Clackamas County Commission, District 4 – Ken Humberston

Eugene City Council, Ward 1 – Joshua Skov

Eugene City Council, Ward 7 – Claire Syrett

Deschutes Soil and Water Conservation District, At Large #1 – Robin Vora

Hillsboro City Council, Ward 2 – Brenda McCoy

Lane County Commission, District 3 (South Eugene) – Pete Sorenson

Lake Oswego City Council – John LaMotte

Lake Oswego City Council – Theresa Kohlhoff

Mayor of Eugene – Lucy Vinis

Mayor of Hillsboro – Dual endorsement for Steve Callaway and Aron Carleson

Mayor of Lake Oswego – Jon Gustafson

Mayor of Newport – Sandy Roumagoux

Milwaukie City Council, Position 1 – Angel Falconer

Milwaukie City Council, Position 3 – Wilda Parks

Multnomah County Commission, District 4 – Lori Stegmann

Newport City Council – Dietmar Goebel

Portland City Commission, District 4 – Steve Novick

Protect Our Natural Areas/Yes on 26-178

Yes for Tualatin Soil & Water Conservation District levy (34-269)

Yes for Affordable Housing, City of Portland

Yes for Tigard (Measure 34-255)