State Representative
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Edward (Ed)


Occupation: Carpenter-25 years

Occupational Background: Government Relations, PNW Regional Council of Carpenters

Educational Background: Santa Clara University, Bachelor of Arts

Prior Governmental Experience: Board Member, Willamette Education Service District; Yamhill-Carlton HS Site Council; Appointed: Governor's Task Force on Independent Contractors.

Family: Married to Shelley; four boys.

Education Experience Delivering Results

Ed Glad worked to build successful education for our children in Yamhill County for 15 years. Ed has experience bringing quality educational opportunities for local students, particularly vocational education through building public-private partnerships.

"Ed understands the need for excellence in education. He raised his own children in local schools and has labored rigorously for more effective classes, quality teachers, and school accountability and success. I know he will continue to work to ensure your tax dollars go where they are needed most--the classroom."

Jacque Vigil, 3rd Grade Teacher, McMinnville

Protecting Private Property Rights

Ed Glad supports a fair and balanced approach to private property rights. It's critical to support property owners' aspirations-and work to preserve Oregon and Yamhill County's quality of life.

Ed believes our natural resources, especially water, must be respected and used wisely and fairly.

"Ed Glad will fight for private property owners while protecting residents from radicals who support putting large housing subdivisions, big box stores and strip malls where they don't belong."

Marilyn Shaver, Owner, Wayward Winds Farm & Nursery

Transportation-Get Something Done!

Election after election, politicians promise to get something done, yet we're still sitting in traffic! The Dundee-Newberg bypass is a perfect example of how Yamhill County continues to be discounted in the states' transportation goals. Now is the time to resolve the transportation bottlenecks throughout our region.

Lower Taxes, Create Jobs

Ed believes solutions to economic difficulties are not by raising taxes. Ed makes it his job as a representative of Oregon's taxpayers to ensure government spends your money wisely.

Vote Ed you'll be Glad you did.

(This information furnished by Committee to Elect Ed Glad.)