State Senator
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Occupation: Vice Chairman, LTM, Incorporated; Partner, Capital Associates; Partner, Commercial Property Management, C&R Maintenance; Board Member, Peoples Bank of Commerce; Board Member, The Chamber of Medford Jackson County; Board Member, Rogue Valley Medical Center Foundation; Board Member, Rogue Valley Manor.

Occupational Background: 1992-2000 President, LTM, Incorporated; 1990-1992 Senior Vice President/COO, LTM, Incorporated; 1988-1990 President/COO, LTM, Incorporated dba Lininger Tru-Mix; 1982-1988 President/CEO M.C. Lininger & Sons, Inc.; 1970-1982 Secretary/Treasurer, M.C. Lininger & Sons, Inc.

Educational Background: 1963 Bachelor of Science, Southern Oregon State College; 1958 Graduate, Ashland Senior High School.

Prior Governmental Experience: Past Chair, Oregon Economic Development Commission; Past Chair, Oregon State Finance Committee; Past Member, Ashland Planning Council.

Fund Education First

"As an educator, I'm voting for Jim Wright this election. He will make things happen for our children, make schools a funding priority, and stop the political games. We need Jim Wright in the State Senate."

Larry Vann, Democrat

Family Man, Community Leader and Businessman

Jim was born and raised in Ashland. He and his wife Judy raised their children and helped build a successful local business in the Rogue Valley over the past 40 years. Jim has tirelessly devoted his time and energy to benefit the people of Jackson County, serving on boards such as Asante Health System Board of Directors and the local Red Cross.

Government Accountability and Efficiency

Jim Wright believes government must live within its means, in which accountability and efficiency meet compassion and need. Voters have made it clear what their priorities are and Jim understands this. It is time state government is run with the voter's priorities in mind.

"Jim's a good man with a long and solid record of community involvement. He has the experience to make the right decisions and the conviction to cut through the petty politics to get good things done for us."

Congressman Greg Walden

"I ask for your vote this November."
Jim Wright

(This information furnished by Committee to Elect Jim Wright.)