Occupation:Nursery Owner; Metro Councilor
Occupational Background:Small business owner
Educational Background:Barlow High School; B.S. Oregon State University
Prior Governmental Experience:Metro Councilor; Chair, Oregon Board of Agriculture; Envision Gresham Committee; Barlow High Citizen Advisory Committee
Personal:Married to Joy Guidry for 21 years.
East County Needs Strong Leadership in Salem! Rod Park has been a leader in his community for many years. His record on behalf of all Oregonians proves that he can bring results in Salem.
Ted Kulongoski, Oregon Governor
Rods work added new industrial land in East County, creating the opportunity for more than 15,000 family-wage jobs.
Rod will fight to break the deadlock in Salem over our schools, ensuring that our children are prepared to succeed in work and in life.
Rod has the ability to bring together Oregonians to resolve the issues of how to support our schools.
Bob Taylor, former principal, Barlow High School
Rod helped Fairview secure law enforcement protection for the Blue Lake area.
Rod not only understands how to make communities safe, but also how public safety works on the ground.
Bernie Giusto, Multnomah County Sheriff
Rod will work to minimize prescription drug costs and protect funding for our seniors so they can stay in their homes.
Rod will fight to protect the interests of older citizens in East County and across the state
Gussie McRobert, retired Mayor of Gresham
Rod has shown that he can get things done for East County, securing $13 million dollars to fix long-standing traffic problems.
Chuck Becker, Gresham Mayor
East County Leaders Support Rod Park
Fairview Mayor Mike Weatherby
Troutdale Mayor Paul Thalhofer
Wood Village Mayor David Fuller
Gresham City Councilor Jacquenette McIntire
Junki Yoshida, Yoshida Group
Ricardo Fonseca, Gresham businessperson
Linda Grant-Barger, educator, Gresham-Barlow
Kathy Henton, Gresham neighborhood activist
Questions? 503-816-0423 or www.rodparkforsenate.com
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