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Oregon Senatorial Candidates 2014




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Oregon Senator Candidates
Oregon Senator Candidates 2014

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Senate Candidates For Oregon 2014

Jeff Merkley (D)
Pavel Goberman (D)
Allen Alley (R)
Mark Callahan (R)
Jason Conger (R) 
Bruce Hanna (R)
Sid Leiken (R) 
Jo Rae Perkins (R) 
Bruce Starr (R)
Monica Wehby (R) 
Karl King (Independent)

Oregon Congress Candidates 2014

Oregon Congressional Candidates
Oregon Congressional Candidates

District 1:
Suzanne Bonamici (D)

District 2:
Greg Walden (R)
Dennis Linthicum (R) - Tea Party Activist
Frank Vulliet (D)

District 3:
Earl Blumenauer (D)
James Buchal (R)

District 4:
Peter DeFazio (D)
Sid Leiken (R)
Art Robinson (R) 

District 5:
Kurt Schrader (D)
Nathan Page (R)
Ben Pollock (R) 
Tootie Smith (R) 

United States Senate election in Oregon 2014

One-term incumbent Democrat Jeff Merkley was elected with 49% of the vote in 2008. He will be 58 years old in 2014. Merkley will run for a second term. Polling conducted by Public Policy Polling June 21–24, 2012, of 686 Oregon voters showed Merkley trailing potential Republican challenger Congressman Greg Walden (42–40), while leading the others: State Republican Party Chairman Allen Alley (43–37), co-Speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives Bruce Hanna (43–35), and State Senator Jason Atkinson (43–34). Polling from PPP in December 2012 showed Merkley with an approval rating of 44-29 and showed him leading Allen Alley (53-36), Bruce Hanna (52-34), Gordon Smith (47-43), Bruce Starr (52-32) and Greg Walden (47-42).


History of Oregon. Information that every Oregon Senator Candidate Should Know.

Humans have inhabited the area that is now Oregon for at least 15,000 years. In recorded history, mentions of the land date to as early as the 16th century. During the 18th and 19th centuries, European powers – and later the United States – quarreled over possession of the region until 1846 when the U.S. and Great Britain finalized division of the region. Oregon became a state in 1859 and is now home to over 3.8 million residents.


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