2021 Oregon Special Election Endorsements

What does it mean to vote like a carpenter?

  • Voting in favor of issues most important to working families
  • Voting to keep prevailing wage
  • Voting for more local work opportunities
  • Voting for better working conditions

This year local candidates for cities, school boards, and other local governments are running for election in Oregon and these are the individuals who will stand up for all working families.

Vote for worker-friendly officials on May 18, 2021

CANBY SCHOOL DISTRICT

PositionCandidate
Position 7Angi Dilkes

CENTENNIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

PositionCandidate
Position 5Claudia Andrews
Position 6 (At Large)Erica Fuller

NORTH CLACKAMAS SCHOOL BOARD

PositionCandidate
Position 5Kathy Wai
Position 6Lars Best

EUGENE SCHOOL DISTRICT

PositionCandidate
Position 2Harry Sanger
Position 3Judy Newman

GRESHAM/BARLOW SCHOOL DISTRICT

PositionCandidate
Position 5 Jasia Mosley

LANE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD

PositionCandidate
Zone 1 Thomas Jennings
Zone 3Mike Eyster
Zone 4Austin Folnagy

LANE EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT

PositionCandidate
Position 6 (At Large)Rose Wilde

LOWELL SCHOOL DISTRICT

PositionCandidate
Position 4Jerry Valencia

OAKRIDGE SCHOOL BOARD

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Position 2August Reed

OREGON CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

PositionCandidate
Position 3Jason Kemmerich

PORT OF COLUMBIA COUNTY

PositionCandidate
CommissionerRobert Keyser
CommissionerBrian Fawcett

PORTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

PositionCandidate
Zone 1Laurie Cremona Wagner
Zone 4Serrin Bussell
Zone 7Reiko Williams

PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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Zone 4Herman Greene
Zone 5Gary Hollands

REYNOLDS SCHOOL DISTRICT

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Position 5Cayle Tern

SPRINGFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT

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Position 3Anthony Reed
Position 5Kelly Mason

TIGARD/TUALATIN SCHOOL DISTRICT

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Position 3Octavio Gonzalez

WEST LINN SCHOOL DISTRICT

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Position 5Seiji Shirator

Did You Know?

UBC started on job sites across the country.

Our founding president, Peter J. McGuire worked tirelessly on the job sites across the country with his fellow Carpenters to organize the union. In 1881, he organized a Chicago convention to form a union. Representatives from 11 cities joined him and they produced a constitution and structure. Learn More

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