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State Representative, 25th 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: 2 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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    Dave McCall
    (DEM)

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    Bill Post
    (REP, IND, LBT)

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?

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Town Where You Live Keizer, Oregon
Your Experience/Qualificatons Branch Manager, Armed Security Professional, Political Advocate.
Twitter @DaveMcCallOR25
County Marion
Term 2019-2021
I fully support sb90 which passed last year, which my opponent vote no. It represents a fundamental change and how Oregon government approaches cybersecurity. Oregonians rightfully expect their government to use technology to improve customer service while ensuring those systems are secure and that personal information is subject to consistent protections.

I agree with the recent audit that critical continuity plans be put in place that ensure functional government services in the wake of a disaster are either missing or incomplete. Additionally, insufficient staff resources put the state at risk of losing potentially millions of dollars in federal grant funding for future disasters. Also the should be more accountability to ensure progress on long-term resilience goals and projects and to enhance public awareness.
Nobody likes taxes. But everyone should pay their fair share. For far too long here in Oregon our tax system has been inequitable. Some people paying more than their fair share While others are allowed to get off paying little or no taxes. The legislature should make it a priority to make this more equal and fair to all.
Town Where You Live Keizer, Oregon
Your Experience/Qualificatons 2 terms Oregon House
Twitter @billpostoregon
County Marion
I believe the Oregon Office of Emergency Management agency is doing an outstanding job on this and I would continue to support all of their efforts.
I believe the Oregon Office of Emergency Management agency is doing an outstanding job on this and I would continue to support all of their efforts.
Oregon hasn't had a "shortfall" in quite some time, evidenced by the "kicker" kicking AGAIN next year. We have plenty of revenue we just don't have a good handle on how to spend that money. I am not on a budget committee at this time but if I were, there would be serious looks at priorities: K-12, seniors, veterans and infrastructure. Those are the most important groups that need help in Oregon.