Occupation: Business Owner, Certified Personal Property Appraiser, Real Estate Investor
Occupational Background: Owner Country Livin’ Antiques Since 1979; Worked in Aerospace Industry as tool designer for companies such as Boeing, General Dynamics; Owner Omni Incorporated printed circuit board designer
Educational Background: Graduate Hutchinson High School, Courses at Hutchinson Junior College
Prior Governmental Experience: Appointed by Douglas County Board of Commissioners to: Umpqua Basin Watershed Council representing private citizen’s property rights
Community Involvement: Workers Of Oregon Development; Oregon Lands Coalition; Founder Douglas County Advisory Council; Western States Coalition; Helped pass - RS2477 Road Ordinance which secured access to public lands; Helped pass County Initiative 10-26 regarding federal lands; Canyonville Chamber of Commerce; South Umpqua Valley Economic Development Committee Board Member; Certified Appraisers Guild; Oregonians In Action
VOTE FOR MALMAY BECAUSE:
- You’re tired of elected officials voting to increase your taxes!!!
- You expect your voice to be represented in Salem!
- You’re fed up with the Portland crowd setting state policies!
- You expect fairness from Oregon’s Land Use System!
- You’ve had it with politics as usual!
- You want to limit state spending!
NO MORE BLANK CHECKS TO OUR STATE GOVERNMENT!!!
The past two special elections the voters of my district have had to over-rule the tax-and-spend legislature!
There’s only one sure way to correct this arrogance………Vote Them Out!!!
“As your next State Representative, I will listen to you!”
Supported By Senator Bill Fisher:
“I’ve always been impressed with Carol’s dedication to the principles of limited government, and her efforts in defense of the timber industry and private property rights. Her experience as a small business owner gives her a unique understanding of the impact of red tape and over regulation and their effect on our economy. She has all the makings of an outstanding legislator.”
Bill Fisher, Oregon State Senator District 1
(This information furnished by Carol Malmay.)