State Representative

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Occupation: Founder/CEO Cafe Today Restaurants; State Representative

Occupational Background: Hospitality Industry: Director of Operations; District Manager; Training Director

Educational Background: Oregon State University B.S. Business Marketing

Prior Governmental Experience: State Representative; Vice Chair, Business and Labor, House Judiciary Committee; Joint Ways and Means Subcommittee for Public Safety; Committee for Health and Human Services; Committee for General Government; Governor's Re-entry Council; Attorney General's Underage Drinking Task Force.

Family: Married for over 25 years to Judy Cameron, with two daughters, Brianne and Amanda.

"I appreciate Kevin's no nonsense approach to our current problems in Oregon. He is not an ideologue, but is always open to both sides of an issue, then making common sense decisions."
              - Dick Withnell

Getting Oregon Back to Work
Kevin Cameron is one of the few legislators that has started and actively run a business. He knows first hand what it takes to create new jobs, the difficulties faced and the challenges of families struggling. He was a leader of the "Main Street" proposal, which would have helped create 6000 new jobs. Kevin understands that we must get Oregonians back to work.

Safety in Our Community
Kevin was a leader in bringing Jessica's law to a vote, recently sponsored and passed legislation to help improve the possibility of having productive citizens leaving the corrections system, was supportive of additional crime lab funding, and keeping a strong court system.

Responsible Spending
Kevin Cameron is a fiscally responsible person. His practicality and experience provides the House of Representatives with a realistic perspective that will help move Oregon forward.

Trusted Leader
Kevin Cameron is an effective and available leader. He demonstrates this with a high commitment to constituent services and communication. This past February Kevin hosted a Legislative telephone town hall, which had over 700 people participating. He has hosted numerous town halls, in all parts of our community over the past 5 years.

(This information furnished by Kevin Cameron.)

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