Endorsed by

Organizations, Elected Officials, and Community Leaders ACROSS OREGON & aMERICA

Jamie McLeod-Skinner has established a foundation of trust with Oregonians throughout OR-05 through her pragmatic problem-solving approach and unwavering advocacy for diverse communities. She has been endorsed by organizations, elected officials, and community leaders from the local to the national level, including:


  • Indivisible – Sisters
  • Progressive Democrats of America
  • Heat and Frost Insulators, Local 36
  • United Food Commercial Workers (Greenlight Candidate) 
  • Equality Pac
  • LGBTQ Victory Fund
  • LPAC
  • The Vocal Seniority

Federal, State, Tribal and Community Leaders

  • Mark Takano, Congressman (CA)
  • Ritchie Torres, Congressman (NY)
  • Becca Balint, Congresswoman (VT)
  • Carina Miller, Columbia River Gorge Commission Chair
  • Marilynne Keyser, fmr Deputy Secretary of State
  • Deb Patterson, State Senator
  • Jeff Golden, State Senator
  • Jan Lee, fmr State Legislator, Clackamas Co.
  • Jane Cease, fmr State Senator
  • Joel Iboa, Environmental Justice Council Chair, Oregon Just Transition Alliance Executive Director
  • Angus Duncan, fmr Chair NW Power Council, fmr Chair Oregon Global Warming Commission
  • Jeff Rola, Deschutes Soil & Water Conservation District Board Member
  • Nancy Campbell Mead, ret. Washington Co. Circuit Court Judge
  • John Keyser, fmr Clackamas Community College President
  • Dr. Trevor Phillips, Salem City Council Member
  • Gena Goodman-Campbell, fmr Bend Mayor
  • Leo (Lou) Groner, West Linn City Council Member
  • Jackie Montague, Albany City Council Member
  • Cameron Fischer, Bend-LaPine School District Board Member
  • Paige Hook, fmr Stayton City Council Member
  • Stacey Bartholomew, fmr Albany City Council Member
  • Theresa Kohlhoff, fmr Lake Oswego City Council Member
  • Ali Afghan, Lake Oswego City Council Member
  • Vanessa Huckaby, Gladstone City Council Member
  • Kathryn Osborne, Redmond City Council Member
  • Vanessa Nordyke, Salem City Council Member
  • Beach Pace, Hillsboro City Council Member
  • CM Hall, Newport City Council Member
  • Jackie Leung, fmr Salem City Council Member
  • Roland Herrera, fmr Keizer City Council Member
  • Ashley Carson Cottingham, Salem/Keizer School Board Member
  • Barbara Ibrahim, Jefferson County ESD Board Member
  • Miriam Cummins, Linn Benton Lincoln ESD Board Chair
  • Sami Al-Abdrabbuh, Corvallis School Board Member
  • Carrie Douglass, Bend-La Pine School District Board Member
  • Melissa Barnes Dholakia, Bend-La Pine School District Board Member
  • Karina Guzman Ortiz, Salem/Keizer School Board Member
  • Liz Goodrich, Redmond School Board Member
  • Jim Porter, fmr Bend Chief of Police
  • Evelyn Kocher, Board Member, ACLU
  • Kathryn Olney, Board Pres. Lawyer’s Campaign for Equal Justice
  • Aurolyn Stwyer, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Member
  • Brad Porterfield, fmr Latino Community Assn Exec Director
  • Abby Kellner-Rode, Boundless Farmstead Owner
  • Roger Worthington, Climate Lawyer, Worthy & Indie Hops Owner
  • Keith Kolkow, Albany Human Relations Commission Chair
  • Deb Porta, Pride Northwest Executive Director
  • Dr. Sam Metz, Medical Doctor
  • Freddy Finney-Jordet, Youth & Climate Activist, Deschutes Co.
  • Dan Isaacson, Eugene Planning Commission Chair
  • Dr. Dalton Miller-Jones, ret. PSU Professor, The Father’s Group Board Member
  • Josephina Nury Riggs, Vice Chair, Oregon Community of Hispanic Affairs
  • Bill Street, Community Leader
Jamie McLeod-Skinner has built a strong base of support in urban and rural areas because she shows up, listens, and understands the needs of communities large and small. She is the calm voice in the room that gets things done. Her experience with affordable housing, emergency preparedness, protecting our watersheds, and supporting working families is critical for Oregonians,” said Jan Lee, former State Legislator representing parts of Clackamas County.
Jan Lee
Former Oregon State Legislator