June 15, 2018
Jamie McLeod-Skinner—the Democratic nominee who is working to replace Greg Walden in the U.S. House of Representatives—is coming to The Dalles on Tuesday, June 19, for a public event at Clocktower Ales. All six of her former Democratic opponents have united behind McLeod-Skinner and, in a show of unity, two will join her on stage, Raz Mason and Michael Byrne.
May 16, 2018
At 8:26 p.m., The Oregonian called it: Democratic candidate Jamie McLeod-Skinner prevailed among a crowded field of seven Democratic hopefuls to win the Democratic nomination for Oregon’s 2nd Congressional District.
“Thank you so much to everyone who helped us win tonight’s race,” McLeod-Skinner
said to a packed room of more than 160 supporters in Bend. “I’m honored to be your
rural Democratic nominee for Congress.”
May 14, 2018
Among those scheduled to speak at the Tuesday night event include several local and regional State House District (HD) candidates: Nathan Boddie, running for HD54; Bill Trumble and Eileen Kiely, both Democratic candidates running for HD53; Darcy Long-Curtiss, running for HD 59; Karen Rippberger, running for HD 55; and Congressional candidate, Jamie McLeod-Skinner, running for Oregon’s 2nd Congressional District.
May 10, 2018
Business and political leaders, organizations, unions, and newspapers have publicly endorsed McLeod-Skinner as the best candidate to represent the people of the 2nd Congressional District.
March 6, 2018
January 18, 2018
November 2, 2017
“Wildfires are a problem for Oregonians and selling out our natural resources, endangered
species and public process is not the answer, and that is why I oppose HR2936.” -McLeod-Skinner
July 5, 2017
McLeod-Skinner is focused on jobs, economic growth, and healthcare. She is the latest in a growing field of challengers competing for the Democratic Party nomination to challenge longtime incumbent Congressman Greg Walden.
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