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Occupation: Eugene City Councilor, Business Owner

Occupational Background: Business Owner, Advertising and Marketing Executive

Educational Background: Aloha High School, Beaverton; University of Oregon, 1983-1988.

Prior Governmental Experience: Eugene Budget Committee; Eugene Police Commission; Eugene Human Rights Commission; Eugene Capital Improvement Program Subcommittee; Lane Metropolitan Partnership Board; Public Safety Coordinating Council; PSCC Juvenile Justice Subcommittee; Joint Elected Officials Subcommittee on Emergency Ambulance Service; JEO Subcommittee on Metro Plan Revisions; JEO Subcommittee on Regional Economic Development; ODOT Beltline Plan Steering Committee

Community Service Experience: Board Member, Kids' FIRST (Lane County Child Advocacy Center); Board Member, Convention and Visitors Association of Lane County (CVALCO); Member, Pearl Buck Center Resource Development and Marketing Committee; Past President, Eugene Active 20-30 Club


"It's an honor to serve my neighbors and represent them on the council and I hope to continue that service. I feel like I have been an effective voice for a reasoned approach to solving problems. I am committed to protecting our quality of life and to building a safer, healthier community."


Public Safety "We need more police officers. While most categories of crime are seeing decreases in cities across Oregon, property crimes and violent crimes are increasing in Eugene. Public safety should be job one for local governments. That's why I've worked so hard on this and will continue to."

Jobs and the Economy "I serve with the Mayor on a joint elected officials task force on regional economic development. We're working on ways to help increase both the number of local jobs and the median income that those jobs offer. Nurturing local companies to help them grow has never been more important."

Livability "Many of us live here because we love the quality of life. To enhance that, we must move more quickly to develop the parkland the city has purchased in the northern part of our community. We also need to do a better job revitalizing downtown."

(This information furnished by Friends of Mike Clark.)

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