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State Senator, 4th District

Qualifications: Candidate must be US Citizen and registered voter; resident of the district for 1 year prior to general election OR Const., Art. IV, §8 Age: 21 or olderTerm: 4 years OR Const., Art. IV, §4 Salary: $23,052 (2017)Duties: The Senate and the House of Representatives are responsible for making or changing laws. Thirty Senators serve in the Senate and sixty Representatives serve in the House of Representatives. Each district is represented by one Senator and one Representative. The sizes of districts are based on the number of people living there. The Oregon Legislature meets for a long session in odd-numbered years and a short session in even-numbered years.Source: Oregon Blue Book Rev. 1/2018

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    Frank L Lengele Jr
    (LBT)

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    Floyd Prozanski
    (DEM, IND, WFP)

  • Scott Rohter
    (REP, CON)

Biographical Information

What do you recommend to make Oregon’s infrastructure and cyber-security more resilient to natural disasters and cyber attacks?

What do you recommend to make Oregon’s population more resilient to seismic, flood and wildfire disasters?

Oregon’s revenue structure has long yielded a budget shortfall. How will you address this?

Town Where You Live Yoncalla, Oregon
Your Experience/Qualificatons 4yrs Firefighter EMT, 20 yrs US ARMY Combat Medic
County Douglas
Term 2018
Maintain an archive of all state assets, and deployment information incase of disaster, provide emergency power for State emergency agencies, deploy ORNG Medical units to strategic locations to handle medical concerns and Field sanitation and water sanitation units to treat water and sewage, Provide ORNG MP personnel to augment OSP, hire US Military cyber warriors upon release from service. Get with state and Local officials and ORNG command structure to review all emergency response capability
You can't cover all disasters, but review of land use and updated flood maps, insure buildings are up to code for earthquakes, or other seismic events, provide verifiable evacuation routes and conduct scenario training for evacuation to identify shortfalls and correct accordingly, provide and require a safe zone for current housing and for guidelines to maintain a safe buffer zone for wildfires, also educated forest management, by BLM, USFS and Timber and Conservationists.
review all departments and programs for viability and efficiency, make cuts where needed, stop abuse of power and finances for personal gain , cut or eliminate welfare for illegal aliens, Oregonians and American citizens come first. Provide a route to legal immigration to those that are gainfully employed, and to send gang members and those riding the system to be repatriated back to their home land, and by putting education back into the hands of school boards,
Campaign Address PO Box 11511
Eugene, OR 97440
Town Where You Live Eugene
Your Experience/Qualificatons Occupational Background: Legislator, Assistant District Attorney, Laborer; Educational Background: Texas A&M University, South Texas College of Law; Prior Governmental Experience: Oregon Senate, Oregon House of Representatives, Lane County Assistant District Attorney, Eugene Police Commission, Oregon Law Commission, BLM Timber Sale Advisory Board Texas A&M University; South Texas College of Law Oregon Senate; Oregon House of Representatives; Lane County Assistant District Attorney; Eugene Poli
Twitter @SenProzanski
County Lane/Douglas
Term 2019-2022
As a member the Oregon Homeland Security Council, fellow council members and I interface with our state's Military Department on ways to enhance resiliency/responsiveness to natural disasters as well as to secure Oregon's infrastructure and cyber-security. This includes a public information campaign to encourage emergency preparedness.
In addition to serving as a member the Oregon Homeland Security Council, I support the Oregon Seismic Safety Policy Advisory Commission's work to promote earthquake awareness and preparedness, as well as legislative efforts to incentive retrofitting of schools and other vital infrastructure.
Corporate taxes need to be raised to reflect today’s economic realities. Instead of paying at a tax rate similar to the late 1970s, corporations are not paying their fair share; the burden has been placed on the backs of individual taxpayers. I continue to encourage my colleagues to get behind this needed change.
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