Representative in Congress
Richard Nathe photo


Occupation: retired

Occupational Background:1968 1974 The California Department Transportation, L. A., California; 1974 The California Department Transportation, Eureka, California, Flood Damage repair; 1975 The City of Woodburn, Public Works Department;1975 1979 The Oregon Department Transportation, Eugene, Oregon; 1970 1999 The Oregon Department Transportation, Salem, Oregon; February 1999 retired.

Educational Background: Grade School St. Mary's Albany, Oregon; 1954 1958 "Albany Union High School; 1958.1960 a two-year degree in Civil-Structural Engineering from Salem Vocational Technical School; 1962-1964 Two-year of Accounting at AUHS by Oregon State; 1965-1968 College of the Redwoods, Eureka Math and Engineering class; 1968-1985 Night class at 8 or 9 collages.

Prior Governmental Experience: Because of the "Davis- Bacon Act" I could not take part in Political Party's when working for the states of Oregon and California; 1967 Elected to the Humboldt County Democratic Central Committee; 1968 I was a delegate to the California Democratic Convention, and was appointed to the National Democratic Convention but could not raise the $750 required.

Reasons for seeking election

To make life easier for the middle class and save the Environment.
If elected the you are my bosses and I am your employee. Priorities first Oregon, United States, and then International.
Raise the minion wage to some as Washington ( $8.05/hr) plus tips and the coat of living raise each year.
Affordable Medical insurance for every American.
Affordable Collage without having taking out big loans
Four years collage education four-year active duty armed forces. I support the United Nations, international police actions should be through e UN,
Change Social Security Benefit income taxes
Now no taxes under $25,000, at 50% between $25,000- $40,000, 85% over $40.000
Raise the above limits by $10,000 a year for the next six years.
Some Railroad line our over 100 years old, with four locomotives speeds of 5 to 10 miles per hour,. Federal funded Railroad Transportation bill to build new high-speed lines like the interstate system, with 80% federal funds, paid for by user taxes.

(This information furnished by Richard Nathe.)