Occupation: Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Lorentz Bruun Construction, Inc.
Occupational Background: Vice Pres., Key Bank; Assistant Vice Pres., Wells Fargo; Project Coordinator, U.S. Dept. of Commerce.
Educational Background: MBA, Portland State Univ; B.A., Political Science, University of Oregon.
Prior Governmental Experience: Clackamas Co. Economic Development Comm. (1997-present); Clackamas County Precinct Committee Person; Republican Nominee, U.S. Congress, 1996.
Community Activities: Board of Directors, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation; 2004 Leadership Portland, Portland Business Alliance; Board of Directors, Oregon Republican Leadership Institute.
Personal: A native Oregonian, Scott and Alison Bruun have two children, Natalie and Katie.
Scott Bruun: Restoring Confidence in our Legislature
Oregon's toughest issues require leaders who will take the initiative, not wait for ballot-measure initiatives.
Scott Bruun: Restoring Confidence in our Economy.
Oregon has tremendous potential for job and economic growth growth that can mean better schools, better roads, better healthcare and a better quality of life. Scott Bruun will work to improve Oregon's tax system, set budget priorities and reform burdensome regulations that discourage job growth, especially by small businesses. The Legislature cannot mandate prosperity, but it can get out of the way.
Scott Bruun: Restoring Confidence in our Schools
Scott Bruun understands schools are a place to build our children's future.
Their top priority must be student academic achievement; any other interest
is secondary. Oregonians are ready to approve stable, long-term school funding,
but only if new resources will fund more classrooms, not more
Scott Bruun: Respected & Independent
in the Oregon Tradition
"Scott Bruun is an enthusiastic, intelligent leader with integrity. He will be an effective voice for District 37." -- Gordon Smith, United States Senator
"District 37 voters should elect Scott Bruun to take my place in Salem. They can trust Scott to listen, work hard and make a difference. I know I do." State Rep. Randy Miller
(This information furnished by Scott Bruun for State Representative.)