State Representative



OCCUPATION: Small Business Owner; Talbert Engineering

OCCUPATIONAL BACKGROUND: Engineering staff, Jeddeloh, Hays Inc.; Merchandiser/Truck Driver, 7Up

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: B.S. Civil Engineering University of Portland Cum Laude; Portland Community College

PRIOR GOVERNMENTAL EXPERIENCE: North Clackamas School District Budget Committee

Community Service: North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce, Land Use/Transportation Committee; Volunteer; Jr. Achievement, American Red Cross

"Restoring the promise of Oregon"

The last few legislative sessions I have witnessed the promise of Oregon under siege. I feel the time has come when we must reaffirm our commitment to the quality of life which has brought and kept so many of us here. I'll make one promise: I will never attempt to overturn the will of voters in this district. Call me at 698-8591 with your ideas.

Mike Smith: Education

Mike Smith: Protecting Citizens, Punishing Criminals

  • Lock up violent career criminals and sex offenders
  • Ensure youth offenders know the consequences of a repeat offense

Mike Smith: Small Business

  • Reduce regulation and red tape
  • The state should play a vital role in assisting small business, the backbone and future of our economy


"Mike Smith will make a difference in keeping dangerous criminals off the streets."
Ris Bradshaw, Sheriff, Clackamas County


"As a member of our budget committee, Mike has a real understanding of the issues facing school districts. I know he will be an advocate for our kids in the legislature.
Diane West, North Clackamas School Board


"Mike's plan for property tax relief for seniors is one of the best ideas we've heard in years.
Jim Davis, Oregon State Council of Senior Citizens


"Mike knows the importance of good jobs, not only for the health of our economy but also for the well-being of our community.
Bob Shiprack, Oregon Building Trades Council

(This information furnished by Citizens for Smith.)

Mike Smith has agreed to limit campaign expenditures for this General Election under ORS 260.180 but is not bound by that agreement because an opponent for this election has not agreed to limit expenditures or has exceeded the applicable spending limit.

State Representative

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