Full List of Candidates & Measures


United States Senator

Name & PartyMailing AddressPhone Numbers
G. Shane Dinkel
P.O. Box 515
Redmond, OR 97756
Work Phone: 541-815-9258
Pavel Goberman
P.O. Box 1644
Beaverton, OR 97075
Work Phone: 503-643-8348
Loren Hooker
9997 Azalea-Glen Road
Glendale, OR 97442
Jim Huffman
311 B Avenue
Suite P
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Home Phone: 503-203-1583
Work Phone: 503-768-6657
Loren Later
35628 High Ranch Drive
Springfield, OR 97478
Home Phone: 541-747-4702
Work Phone: 541-995-6327
Robin S Parker
17892 Kodiak Lane
Sunriver, OR 97707
Home Phone: 541-593-6200
Work Phone: 541-410-0814
Tom Stutzman
P.O. Box 457
Monmouth, OR 97361
Work Phone: 503-409-5804
Keith Waldron
20890 Miami Foley Road
Bay City, OR 97107
Home Phone: 503-322-3400
Walter H. Woodland
15010 NE Dopp Road
Newberg, OR 97132
Ron Wyden
P.O. Box 3498
Portland, OR 97208
Work Phone: 503-326-7525

U.S Representative in Congress - 5th District

Name & PartyMailing AddressPhone Numbers
Scott Bruun
1980 Willamette Falls Drive
Suite 120 PMB 160
West Linn, OR 97068
Home Phone: 503-650-9912
Work Phone: 888-684-6050
Kurt Schrader
P.O. Box 3314
Oregon City, OR 97045
Work Phone: 503-723-6174
Fred Thompson
4742 Liberty Road S
Number 400
Salem, OR 97302
Home Phone: 503-763-1277
Work Phone: 503-428-7479

State Measures

Referred to the People by the Legislative Assembly.

Revises Constitution

Allows State to Issue Bonds to Match Voter Approved School District Bonds for School Capital Costs.

Result of "Yes" Vote

The "Yes" vote allows the state to issue bonds to match voter-approved school district bonds for school capital costs. Dedicates lottery funds for matching funds and repayment.

Result of "No" Vote

The "No" vote retains current law prohibiting state and restricting local districts from issuing bonds to pay for school capital costs, including acquisition, construction, repair, and improvement.


This Measure would revise the Oregon Constitution to allow voters to approve local district bonds for school capital costs and the state to issue bonds and use the revenue from those bonds to help local school districts pay for capital costs. The Constitution currently limits voters' ability to approve local district bonds for school capital costs and prevents the state from issuing bonds to help local districts pay for school capital costs. "Capital costs" include costs for acquisition, construction, repair, and improvement, but not routine maintenance or supplies. State funds may be used only to match funds approved by voters in local districts. The measure would dedicate 15% of state lottery revenues to a "school capital matching fund" to repay state funds provided to districts. State bonds may not be repaid by raising property taxes. Contains other provisions

Estimate of Financial Impact

There is no financial effect on either state or local government expenditures or revenues.