On the Campaign Trail

It is Not About Party – It is About People

I’m here to represent everyone; left, right and center. My grandfather was a highly regarded city manager who was sought after by cities all around the United States. Later in life, when he interviewed for Undersecretary of HUD, he was asked for his political affiliation and he declined to answer. He stated that it wasn’t […]

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Campaign Shoes Tell the Story

These are my campaign shoes. I bought them about six weeks after I filed to run for office. They’ve been worn to dozens of Meet and Greets where I had the pleasure of introducing myself and answering pertinent questions from you, my voters. They’ve taken me to hundreds of doors, where I got to listen […]

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Where is Oregon House District 2?

One of the tricky things that I have come up against in running for Oregon House District 2:  Where is House District 2?? The Roseburg area is actually split into 3 different house districts.  So as I am out knocking doors, one street will be in my district and the next will not. And this […]

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Communication: The link between the world and me

Over the years, my children have tried a variety of activities; from Girl Scouts, to soccer, basketball, piano lessons, and art lessons. By far, my favorite activity has been taekwondo. They have a wonderful teacher who not only teaches them self defense and helps teach them the importance of physical fitness, but also focuses on […]

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When the Campaign Trail Gets Hard, I Remember Why I Started

I’m tired. Really tired. And I’m quite certain I haven’t eaten anything today. But I did have coffee. Lots and lots of coffee. And I knocked on doors in 100 degree heat. And attended a meeting and an event. And revised my voter pamphlet statement three times. And shuttled my kids back and forth to […]

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