OREGON HOUSE REPUBLICAN OFFICE
Former lawmaker to again represent House District 19
Salem, Ore ms office 2007 평가판 다운로드. – Former State Representative Denyc Boles has been appointed by Marion County Commissioners to fill the vacancy in House District 19. Boles, who was previously appointed to the same seat in 2014, will fill the remainder of former Representative Jodi Hack’s term in office Download Web Excel.
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“I was fortunate to have the opportunity to serve with Denyc in her first term in office and look forward to working alongside her again,” said House Republican Leader Mike McLane (R-Powell Butte). “She is a tenacious advocate for her community and someone who brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the Capitol. House Republicans are excited to welcome her back to the caucus.”
Boles’ swearing-in ceremony will be held on a date to be announced. The 2018 legislative session begins February 5.