April 27, 2022

Parental Empowerment, Not Educator Agendas

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One of the main issues I’ve been fighting for in Oregon’s brand new Sixth Congressional District is accountability in education. To me, it’s a different take on an issue that comes up every election cycle. Candidates often talk about education, but what they usually mean is that they want to raise taxes to spend more money on the same systems…

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April 13, 2022

A Perfect Storm for a Strong Sweep

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Oregon was among the states that received a new Congressional district following the 2020 national census. Its population has grown enough to justify adding the sixth seat, which is the one that I’m running for. The district was drawn in such a way as to make it competitive and a very winnable republicans seat. It includes Polk, Yamhill, the most…

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March 23, 2022

The American Way of Life

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As I make my way around Oregon’s new Sixth Congressional District, I’m frequently reminded of why I decided to run for this position in the first place. I talk to people and I hear their concerns. They tell me almost every day about the things that keep them up at night. Most of those include the images we’ve grown far…

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February 1, 2022

What Our Nation Needs Now

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As I look back on 2021, I’m reminded of another time in U.S. history when the country was distressed and a sense of hopelessness prevailed. The cost of living was soaring, with rising fuel and food prices triggering inflation. Domestically, there was a sense of malaise, a feeling that our country’s best days were behind us and we couldn’t do…

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