State Representative
Regan Felice Gray photo
Regan Felice


Occupation: Chair, Oregon Commission for Women

Occupational Background: Chief of Staff to Representative Diane Rosenbaum; Graphic designer

Educational Background: Portland State University, BS; Willamette University School of Law

Prior Governmental Experience: Administrator, Oregon Women's Health and Wellness Alliance; Legislative Aide to three Oregon House members

Community Involvement: Board, Basic Rights Oregon Equality PAC; Steering Committee, Minimum Wage Initiative Campaign

She Always Stands Up for the Left Out

Regan is committed to working hard for working families. She played a key role in Oregon's successful Minimum Wage Initiative Campaign, increasing salaries for 100,000 Oregonians. Regan has worked for family wages and benefits and will continue to push for Paid Family Leave.

Regan is a recognized leader in the battle for women's healthcare in Oregon. She fought to pass Access to Birth Control legislation, gaining insurance equity and crucial domestic violence services while fiercely defending a woman's right to choose.

Regan is motivated by a commitment to equality for all Oregonians. She was the lead staffer shepherding Oregon's historic Domestic Partnership and Antidiscrimination legislation through the Oregon House, demanding fairness for all Oregonians.

Regan Gray understands Oregon's need to fully invest in education, ensuring teachers have the resources they need to educate our children.

Regan Gray believes all Oregonians deserve access to quality, affordable health care. She will stand up to HMOs and insurance lobbyists who oppose a health care system that works.

Regan Gray knows we must restore Oregon as a national leader on environmental policy. From expanding recycling to alternative transportation, Regan is committed to reducing our carbon footprint through practical solutions.

"For six years Regan Gray has been on the front lines
championing the progressive values of our community.
She has earned our support in District 42."
Representative Diane Rosenbaum

Also endorsed by (partial list)
Oregon State FireFighters Council, Basic Rights Oregon PAC,
Planned Parenthood PAC, SEIU Locals 49 and 503

(This information furnished by Friends of Regan Gray.)