State Representative
32ND DISTRICT

KEVIN L. MANNIX
Republican

OCCUPATION: Attorney

OCCUPATIONAL BACKGROUND: Administrative Law Judge; Assistant Attorney General, Oregon; Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Territory of Guam; Law Clerk, Oregon Court of Appeals; Commercial Photographer.

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: University of Virginia:

B.A., Liberal Arts, 1971; J.D. (Law) Degree, 1974.

PRIOR GOVERNMENTAL EXPERIENCE: State Representative; Capitol Planning Commission; State Senator.

Mannix is:

Enthusiastic

On behalf of the citizens of this community, Kevin takes on challenges with a positive, "can-do" attitude.

Experienced

As a Senator, and as a State Representative for 8 years, Kevin has served on these legislative committees: Labor, Judiciary, Ways & Means, Emergency Board.

Energetic

Kevin diligently develops information about issues and is an advocate for his constituents. He simply will not give up when the cause is just. He devotes an incredible amount of energy to get the job done.

Effective

Kevin gets results. During his 4 terms in the House, he passed more legislation than any other legislator. These bills include Oregon's landmark anti-stalking legislation, consumer protection expansion, reduction of unnecessary regulations, fairer tax hearings for taxpayers, reform of Workers' Compensation, tougher sentences for violent criminals, improved services for seniors and the developmentally disabled, and reforms that speed the adoption process.

If elected, Mannix will fight for:

Public education:

We cannot just run children through the education system. We need accountability for the results. We also need to re-introduce discipline in the schools and offer alternatives for students with difficulties.

Public safety:

We have toughened sentences for violent crimes, but we need to toughen sentences for "property" crimes. We need to expand early intervention programs for families and children at risk.

Better Government:

Our public employees work hard. We need to support them and rely on them to improve agency efficiency. It is the bureaucracy that is inefficient, not the people. By reducing bureaucracy, we can hold the line on taxes and improve the quality of government services.

(This information furnished by Kevin L. Mannix.)

Kevin L. Mannix has not agreed to limit campaign expenditures for this General Election under ORS 260.180.

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