Working Families Party – growing progressive political organization that fights for an economy that works for all of us, and a democracy in which every voice matters.
Oregon Education Association– a union representing about 44,000 educators working in pre-kindergarten through grade 12 public schools and community colleges.
The American Women’s Party – advocacy group fighting for equal representation, participation, and policy development for women in the Democratic Party.
Run with Pride – dedicated to electing LGBT Democratic candidates to U.S. Congress.
Elected officials and community leaders:
Nathan Boddie, Bend City Council; Stefani Seffinger, Ashland City Council; Phil Studenberg, Klamath Falls City Council Member; Stuart Warren, Phoenix City Council; Darby Ayers-Flood, Mayor of City of Talent; Kevin Stine, Medford City Council; N. Dale Thompson, Former Mayor of Condon; Barb Campbell, Bend City Council; Erica Skatvold, COCC Board Member; John Mundy, COCC Board Member; Carrie Douglass, Bend La-Pine School District Board Member
Gena Goodman-Campbell; Racheal Scdoris; Nikki Roemmer; Bill Herz; Noah Walden; Roger Sabbadini; Nancy Boever, Zandra Brant; Joyce Segers; Sheri Morin; Christine Haynie; Edward Gerdes; Alana Groeper; Carolyn Wright; Tina Hamilton; Jeanne Lahaie; Alan Journet; Carolyn Wright; Shirley Anderson; Joan Goodwin; Pat Ackley; Gayle & Mike Stamler; Christine Haynie; William & Judy Smith; Mara Stein; John Holmer; Aleece Townsend; Scott Nelson; Barbara Hedrick; Victoria Bones; Kevin Crane; Bob Morse; Elizabeth McMahon; Dianne Crampton
What our supporters say:
Edward Gerdes, Small Business Owner and Lawyer
“As a graduate of Medford Sr. High in 1978, the UO in 1988, and as a small business owner, I am convinced that Jamie’s regional and world perspectives will serve our community well. It is time for an honest, transparent Congresswoman who understands the hopes and needs of our neighbors in the diverse 2nd Congressional District. Jamie can and will be that Congresswoman!”
Jeanne Chouard, Speech-Language Pathologist
“Oregon District 2 is different. We don’t fit into the stereotypes that the Washington elites and lobbyists want to force upon us. We value our individual freedoms and are fiercely independent. But, we also demand that our federal government step up to it’s responsibilities to ensuring every Oregonian gets a fair shot at being able to provide for their families, breath clean air, have access to clean water and basic health care. That’s why we need a unique, strong and independent candidate like Jamie McCleod-Skinner in Congress. Jamie has worked her entire career to make life better for ordinary people. With degrees in both engineering and law and years of experience as an elected city councilor as well as an engineer, Jamie is the most qualified candidate on the ballot. Let’s make this Oregon high school track champion our champion in Congress.”