Occupation: State Representative
Occupational Background: Small Business Owner; High School Teacher; Policy Analyst; Performance Auditor; College Professor
Educational Background: Portland State: Urban Studies, Ph.D., Masters, Gerontology Certificate; Sacramento State: B.A., Social Science
Prior Governmental Experience: Audit and Human Services Budget Reform, Vice-chair; Trade and Economic Development Committee; Joint Legislative Audit Committee; Hanford Waste Board; Senior and Disabled Task Force; Legislative Council on River Governance; Legislative Committee Consultant; Multnomah County Policy Analyst and Senior Management Auditor
Community Involvement: Hollywood Senior Center; Center Neighborhood Association; Portland Public Schools, Legislative Action Team; Reservoir Independent Review Panel; PTA Audit Committee; Citizens for Sensible Transportation Board
STEVE MARCH FOR A BETTER OREGON FOR ALL
RESTORE QUALITY EDUCATION
Education Oregon's future continues to be at risk. A high-quality education system is vital to our children and community. Steve March fought for education in the Ways and Means process and will continue the fight for quality education.
KEEPING FAMILIES HEALTHY AND SENIORS INDEPENDENT
Families need living wage jobs, affordable healthcare, housing and access to quality childcare. Seniors should be able to lead healthy lives in their own homes. Steve March will keep working for our children, families and seniors.
DEMANDING A SAFE, LIVABLE OREGON
From protecting the environment to promoting individual rights, Steve March will fight to make sure no Oregonian suffers harassment, discrimination or interference with healthcare decisions or personal relationships.
I've worked for education quality and stability, necessary social services and also to ensure efficient and effective government. We need continued efforts by the public to help the legislature find acceptable options. We must maintain the quality education and services that Oregonians deserve.
I will continue to fight for your rights in the Legislature and I'd appreciate your vote.
(This information furnished by Steve March.)