State Representative

Jules Kopel Bailey photo
Jules Kopel

Democrat (DEM)
Working Families (WFP)

  • Occupation: State Representative; Economic consultant; small business owner

    Occupational Background: Economist/Sustainable Development Specialist, ECONorthwest; New York City Department of Small Business Services

    Educational Background: M.P.A./U.R.P., Princeton University; B.A., Lewis & Clark College

    Prior Governmental Experience: Oregon House of Representatives 2008- present; Assistant House Majority Leader, 2009- present

    Community Involvement: Co-Chair, Clean Energy Works Oregon; Board Member, Portland Sustainability Institute; Member, Hanford Clean-up Board

    Leaders from across Oregon support re-electing Jules Bailey to build Oregon’s economy, and secure a strong future for our state.

    “Rep. Bailey has shown a clear commitment to Oregon’s middle class” Tom Chamberlain, President, Oregon AFL-CIO, a strong voice for Oregon’s middle class

    “OLCV is proud to have named Jules Bailey the 2009 Innovator of the Year for his strong leadership promoting clean energy, promoting the renewables industry and working to build a sustainable economy in Oregon.” Jon Isaacs, Executive Director, Oregon League of Conservation Voters

    “Oregon businesses need partners like Jules Bailey.” Ryan Deckert, President, Oregon Business Association

    With Oregonians struggling, we need Jules Bailey to continue to create jobs, protect working families, and build a sustainable economy for Oregon.

    Jules knows the importance of health care for all Oregonians. That’s why he helped bring health coverage to 80,000 Oregon children.

    Jules knows a strong education is the key to a better future. Jules fought for stable funding for education and to provide Oregon students with a path to college.

    Jules will always support a woman’s right to choose and equality for all Oregon families.

    American Federation of Teachers-Oregon (AFT-Oregon); Basic Rights Oregon PAC; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 280; Ironworkers Local 29; NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon PAC; The Mother PAC; Oregon AFSCME Council 75; Oregon AFL-CIO; Oregon Building Trades Council; Oregon Business Association; Oregon Education Association; Oregon League of Conservation Voters; Oregon Nurses Association; OSEA; Oregon State Council for Retired Citizens; Planned Parenthood PAC; Sierra Club; SEIU; Stand for Children


    (This information furnished by Friends of Jules.)

Elections Division, Oregon Secretary of State • 136 State Capitol • Salem, OR 97310-0722