State Senator

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Frank Morse

Occupation: Retired; State Senator

Occupational Background: First Christian Church, Forest Grove, Associate Pastor; Morse Bros. Inc., President; Environ-Metal Inc., Chairman; Albany Chamber of Commerce Board President; Albany Boys & Girls Club Board member; Greater Pacific Bank, Board Chairman; Western Security Bank, Board member; Cascade Employers Association, Chairman; Oregon Concrete & Aggregate Producers Association, Board President; OSU Family Business Council, Board member; Samaritan Albany General Hospital Board & Samaritan Health Services System, past Chair and current Board member; Northwest Christian College Trustees, Chairman.

Educational Background: Lebanon Union High School; Northwest Christian College, BTh; Oregon State University, MA.

Prior Governmental Experience: State Senator; Joint Ways & Means Committee, Ways & Means Sub Committees: General Government, Transportation and Economic Development, Human Services; Emergency Board & Emergency Board Subcommittee On Education; Senate Interim Committee on General Government; Senate Commission On Health Care Access and Affordability; Joint Interim Legislative Committee on Information Management and Technology; Public Commission on The Oregon Legislature; Senate Reserve Fund Task Force; Oregon Council on Knowledge and Economic Development; Oregon Innovation Council

Business and Community Leader

As an owner of Morse Bros. Inc., Frank has created family-wage jobs throughout Western Oregon. He has been an active member of the community, giving generously to many community not-for-profit interests.

Frank Morse has a passion for education, business growth and jobs, and better fiscal management in state government.

Leading by Example
As one who has been able to devote full time to public service, Frank has earned the respect of both Republicans and Democrats as one who can work with all parties to find solutions for Oregon.

"I ask for your vote in the Republican Primary. Together we can build strong communities by improving our education system, encouraging more job creation and better management of taxpayer dollars. Thank you for your support." Frank

Building Strong Communities

(This information furnished by Frank Morse for State Senate.)

Elections Division, Oregon Secretary of State • 136 State Capitol • Salem, OR 97310-0722