Occupation: State Representative; Contractor
Occupational Background: Contractor, 1996-present; Laborer's Union member, rank and file, 1988-1996
Educational Background: University of Iowa, B.A., Political Science, 1984; Webster City High School, Webster City, Iowa, 1978
Prior Governmental Experience: State Representative, 2003-present; Sunrise Water Authority Budget Committee, 2000-present; Happy Valley City Council, 1997-2000; Clackamas County Concurrency Project-Transportation; Happy Valley Budget Committee
The right values for our community.
The right voice for working families.
Affordable, Accessible Healthcare
Mike knows that quality health care shouldn't be a luxury. He voted consistently to protect patients on the Oregon Health Plan, and supported a bill to reduce the cost of prescription drugs for seniors.
Supported by Oregon Nurses Association,
Oregon Association For Retired Citizens
Creating Jobs, Moving Our Economy Forward
As a self-employed contractor, Mike understands the importance of good, local jobs. That's why he voted to invest in improving our roads, creating thousands of good-paying jobs and making Oregon a more attractive state for new businesses.
Supported by Associated General Contractors
Oregon State Building and Construction Trades Council
Supporting Our Schools
Mike kept his promise to put kids first and fight for stable funding for our schools. As a father of a fifth-grade daughter, for Mike education isn't a campaign issue, it's a personal commitment.
Supported by Oregon Education Association
Protecting the Safety and Livability of Our
Mike believes that our neighborhoods should be safe for all families from children to seniors to live, work and play. To make our streets safer, he co-sponsored a new law to permanently revoke the drivers licenses of repeat drunk drivers. Mike is also a consistent advocate for clean air and water.
Supported by Oregon State Fire Fighters Council,
Sheriffs of Oregon
Mike agrees with us that it's time for government to live within its means and save responsibly, just like families do.
Building a Better Oregon
(This information furnished by Mike Schaufler.)