State Representative
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Wayne
Scott

Republican

Occupation: Small Business Owner; State Representative, House Majority Leader

Occupational Background: Business Owner, 1970-present

Educational Background: Attended Portland State University; Clackamas
Community College; Canby High/Grade School

Prior Governmental Experience: State Representative, 2003-present; Former Chairman, Canby Elementary School Board and High School Board; U.S. Navy, 1966-1970, Vietnam Veteran

Community Service: Oregon City Chamber of Commerce; Canby Chamber of Commerce; Canby Kids; Canby Rotary Personal: Married 38 years; three children, three grandchildren

WAYNE SCOTT
Leadership. Commitment. Integrity.

STIMULATING OUR ECONOMY

EDUCATING OUR CHILDREN

PRIORITIZING OUR SPENDING

“Wayne Scott understands the important role that farmers play in Clackamas County’s economy. As a successful business owner, he also knows what it takes to get our economy moving again. After all, Wayne has been creating jobs in Clackamas County for over 30 years.”
Pete Postlewait, Clackamas County Farm Bureau President

“Wayne has the interests of Oregon families in mind. He voted against tax increases that would have burdened working Oregonians. He is also committed to protecting the integrity of the family.”
Lee P. Wiegand, Pastor; Canby

“Wayne is a true example of a good public servant. He’s a thoughtful listener, he knows how to put a plan in motion, and most important, he follows through with it.”
K. Rena Adamek, Oregon City

VOTE FOR WAYNE SCOTT … HE’S FIGHTING FOR THE TAXPAYERS OF OREGON!

(This information furnished by Friends of Wayne Scott Committee.)
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District 1
Tom Hall
Wayne Krieger

District 2
Carol Malmay
Susan Morgan

District 3
Gordon S. Anderson

District 4
Dennis Richardson

District 5
Joanna Lofaso

District 6
Sal Esquivel

District 7
Bruce L. Hanna

District 8
Bill Young

District 9
Susan Massey

District 10
Alan Brown

District 11
Michael P. Spasaro

District 12
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District 13
Gary Pierpoint

District 14
Debi Farr

District 15
Andy Olson

District 16
Arn McKenna

District 17
Jeff Kropf

District 18
Chris Blackburn
James L. Buchal
Doug Morgan
Mac Sumner

District 19
Dan Doyle

District 20
Vicki Berger

District 21
Billy Dalto

District 22
Al Shannon
Chael Sonnen

District 23
Brian Boquist
Jackie Lawson
Cheryl Lentsch
Jim Thompson
Jim Welsh

District 24
Frank A. Butler
Donna G. Nelson

District 25
Vic Backlund
Kim Thatcher

District 26
Jerry Krummel

District 27
Gabe Schomus

District 28
No Candidate Filed

District 29
Mary Gallegos

District 30
Derrick Kitts

District 31
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District 32
Douglas S. Olson
Adam Schwend

District 33
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District 34
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District 35
Brad Fudge
Suzanne Gallagher
Phil Yount

District 36
No Candidate Filed

District 37
Scott Bruun

District 38
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District 39
Wayne Scott

District 40
David Sanders

District 41
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District 42
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District 43
Shirley (Whitehead) Freeman

District 44
No Candidate Filed

District 45
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District 46
William (Bill) C. Cornett

District 47
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District 48
Bryce Reed Anderson
Dave Mowry

District 49
Karen Minnis

District 50
John Lim
Vicki Olson

District 51
Linda Flores

District 52
Patti Smith

District 53
Gene Whisnant

District 54
Chuck Burley

District 55
George Gilman

District 56
Bill Garrard
Del Parks

District 57
Greg Smith

District 58
Bob Jenson

District 59
John H. Dallum
Van Valkenburgh, M. D.

District 60
R. Thomas (Tom) Butler


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