Occupational Background: Small business; public agency administration
Educational Background: Jefferson HS, Portland; Oregon State System of Higher Education Continuing Education
Prior Governmental Experience: Oregon Legislature; Chair, Human Resources Subcommittee, Joint Ways & Means Committee and Emergency Board; Chair, Quality Education Model Review Committee; State of Oregon Ombudsman, Assistant to Governor Atiyeh; Oregon State Executive Service
Cutting Government Waste
Jackie Winters understands tax dollars aren’t the government’s money – they are your tax dollars and must be invested wisely. Jackie cut an entire layer of bureaucracy from the state budget while protecting services for our most vulnerable citizens, children and seniors.
Demanding Accountability and Efficiency
Jackie Winters has a solid track record in the Legislature of holding state agencies accountable ensuring that they continue to find new ways to spend tax dollars more efficiently.
Jackie Winters has a proven record of eliminating government bureaucracy and fighting to reduce the never-ending layers of regulation that stifle job growth. She will continue cutting government waste and red tape that discourage Americans from taking risks, starting new businesses and attaining the American dream.
A lifetime of experience working for you
Jackie Winters is a successful small business owner of Jackie’s Ribs, a recognized leader in the Oregon Legislature, and a caring and compassionate community activist, and living proof that with hard work, dedication and a desire to lead, people can make a difference. Let’s put her work for us in Congress.
A Republican’s Republican
Jackie Winters wants to represent you in Congress because she’ll fight to protect our individual freedoms and rights. Jackie believes in the importance of responsibility, hard work, selfreliance, and community. And she understands first-hand, the tremendous opportunities America offers each of us.
“America is opportunity. Congress needs leaders with a vision and passion for solving problems.”
“I am asking for your vote on May 18th.”
(This information furnished by Jackie Winters for Congress 2004, Inc.)