District Attorney
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Colin D
Uhrick

Nonpartisan

Occupation: Morrow County Deputy District Attorney

Occupational Background: Deputy District Attorney - Grant and Morrow Counties; Small Business Owner

Educational Background: University of Missouri - Columbia School of Law, JD; Youngstown State University, BA

Prior Governmental Experience: Deputy District Attorney - Grant and Morrow Counties

COLIN UHRICK - THE RIGHT MAN FOR THE JOB

Firm But Fair
Colin has developed a reputation as a firm but fair prosecutor, recommending jail time when appropriate but also recognizing other alternatives. Colin has earned the respect of law enforcement, judges, victims, and the community.

Committed to Protecting the Community
Colin believes in working with law enforcement to ensure that every crime is treated appropriately. Colin also works to protect the most vulnerable victims, such as children, the elderly, and victims of violent crime.

Committed to Justice
Colin has always put seeing that justice is done above any outside pressures, while maintaining the highest ethical standards. Colin has sworn to uphold the Constitutions of both the United States and Oregon and to enforce the laws of Oregon, and he takes that oath seriously.

Willing to Listen and Discuss
Colin's experiences enable him to understand what crimes, social issues and concerns matter to the citizens of Wheeler County. Colin believes in an "Open-Door" policy and has always encouraged people to bring their issues to him.

Committed to Eastern Oregon
Colin enjoys Eastern Oregon and plans to make prosecuting in this area his career. Colin appreciates the beauty of the area and the values that make Eastern Oregon a great place to live. Colin's wife of nearly 20 years, Rebekah, also enjoys living and working in Eastern Oregon.

Colin Uhrick Wants Your Vote
"I am committed to being the best possible District Attorney for the citizens of Wheeler County. I will prosecute in a fair and honest manner and look forward to serving you for many years to come."

(This information furnished by Committee to Elect Colin D Uhrick.)