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history, have held many positions within the hospitality industry from dishwasher to
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many people, including constituent¶s opinions on issues. Judy Cameron, Denyc Boles,
Raquel Moore-Green, Pastor Scott Ôelson, Chuck Adams are all individuals who provide
me counsel. There are groups in our community that I rely on for knowledge and advice
on issues. I have good relations with other community leaders at different levels of
government, and the volunteer leaders who are part of those organization that provide
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feed 5 high schools in two different school districts. We have farms, orchards, wineries,
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hear from constituents. I attend many community events. My goal is to be easy to talk to
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issues and what it takes to create real jobs. Staying consistent and being honest with
others are personal values that I bring to the position in representing a diversity of
citizens. Practical, real world experience of collaborating and moving common sense
solutions forward is the strength that I will continue to bring to the legislature.
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4 0ppCapping the µGross Receipts Tax¶ so that companies such as Agricultural Co-ops
will not be penalized for doing business in Oregon. Improve the opportunity to bring
capital to Oregon by reducing the Capital Gains tax rate. These are two quick things we
could do that would send a strong message to the existing businesses we want them to
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invest and hire others. The income taxes produced from those jobs will push revenues
upward. Oregon families receive their revenue (incomes) in many different ways and
cycles. If State government would become disciplined and save money during the times
when revenues are high, then there would be more savings during recessionary periods.

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thoughts come from many listening sessions with constituents and state employees who
have their suggestions. Reductions should be done after careful analysis of the core
functions of government. We could reduce the number of agencies, currently at 93!
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finding efficiencies by continuing to listen to front line employees on how we can make
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recommendations are ignored without a good discussion with all the stakeholders. Labor
costs are 75% of our budget, and is projected to grow much quicker than the revenue.
Finding ways to produce and serve more citizens with the same or less dollars will be a
difficult challenge, but with good strategic planning and strong leadership, many of his
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Education, Human Services and Public Safety use up most of the state budget, so the
focus needs to be on these. Creative approaches on achieving focused outcomes, must be
part of every program/department. A culture of service to citizens will only take place if
we have strong leadership who listens, evaluates, makes decisions and then become a
cheerleader, encouraging those who will actually implement the needed changes.
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benefit costs. Future employee compensation must be looked at as a total package,
including benefits. There are creative ways to contain future labor costs, improve
employee morale, and outcomes to those the state serves.
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test in a few districts. Other states have adopted through bi-partisan support key
education policies that are allow teachers to have more say in how their students can
improve their results. Every policy should be looked at with the question, ³how will this
help teachers and parents improve the results their students are achieving.´
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near the bottom in unemployment, homelessness and hunger. These all relate to people
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Oregon now requires proof of legal presence to get a drivers license. Marion County
checks legal status of every person who is taken to jail and if they are illegal contacts
ICE. Ice doesn¶t always deport. State government needs to continue to ask our federal
government to do their job. Before we pass more laws, we need to enforce the ones on
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