Full List of Candidates & Measures


United States Senator

Name & PartyMailing AddressPhone Numbers
Jim Huffman
311 B Avenue
Suite P
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Home Phone: 503-203-1583
Work Phone: 503-768-6657
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Rick Staggenborg
P.O. Box 135
North Bend, OR 97459
Home Phone: 541-269-7321
Work Phone: 541-217-8044
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Ron Wyden
P.O. Box 3498
Portland, OR 97208
Work Phone: 503-326-7525
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Mark Delphine
6950 SW Hampton Street
Tigard, OR 97223
Home Phone: 503-516-8793
Work Phone: 503-748-7737
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Bruce Cronk
Working Families
P.O. Box 1792
Roseburg, OR 97470
Work Phone: 541-817-6112
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U.S. Representative in Congress - 5th District

Kurt Schrader
P.O. Box 3314
Oregon City, OR 97045
Work Phone: 503-723-6174
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Scott Bruun
Republican, Independent
1980 Willamette Falls Drive
Suite 120 PMB 160
West Linn, OR 97068
Home Phone: 503-650-9912
Work Phone: 888-684-6050
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Chris Lugo
Pacific Green, Progressive
1108 7th Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
Home Phone: 503-756-5801
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State Measures

Referred to the People by the Legislative Assembly.

Amends Constitution

Expands the availability of home ownership loans for Oregon veterans through the Oregon War Veterans' Fund.

Result of "Yes" Vote

The "Yes" vote extends the home loan program for Oregon veterans to lifetime benefits and increases eligibility for non-Combat Veterans, National Guard veterans, and veterans who served after 9/11.

Result of "No" Vote

The "No" vote retains current law: Some combat veterans who completed service within the past 30 years are eligible for loans; other veterans honorably discharged and some National Guard veterans remain ineligible.


The Oregon Constitution currently provides that Oregon combat veterans may receive low-interest home loans from the Oregon War Veterans' Fund. Veterans must have received an honorable discharge and must have served for more than 210 consecutive days or been released because of injury or disability. Veterans must apply for loans within 30 years after release from service and must show the ability to repay the loans. This measure amends the Oregon Constitution to make loans available to more veterans, including National Guard veterans, others who have honorably served overseas, and veterans who have not seen combat. This measure would make low-interest home loans a lifetime benefit and would increase the number of honorably discharged veterans and surviving spouses who are eligible for the low-interest loan program.

Estimate of Financial Impact

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

Local Measures

City of Newport

General Obligation Bonds for New Municipal Swimming Pool.


Shall the City of Newport authorize $6.6 million in general obligation bonds to provide for a new municipal swimming pool?

If the bonds are approved, they will be payable from taxes on property or property ownership that are not subject to the limits of sections 11 and 11b, Article XI of the Oregon Constitution.


The City would issue up to $6.6 million of general obligation bonds to provide for a new municipal swimming pool and related systems, facilities, and improvements and to pay fees associated with issuing the bonds. The bonds may be issued in more than one series and each series would mature over a period not to exceed 16 years.

The current plan is that the new pool would be located adjacent to the existing Newport Recreation Center and share resources with the Center including locker rooms, a control desk, security, and parking. The current planned location of the new pool would not require the acquisition or purchase of property by the City.