Women Running in Oregon

Significance of State

Like many other U.S. states, the politics of Oregon largely concerns regional issues. Oregon leans Democratic as a state, with both U.S. Senators from the Democratic party, as well as four out of Oregon's five U.S. Representatives. The state has voted Democratic, by relatively small margins, since 1988 in presidential elections. Both houses of Oregon's legislative assembly have been under Democratic control since the 2012 elections.

Alex Spenser ~ U.S. House, District 2

Alex Spenser is running to represent Oregon's 2nd Congressional District. She is on the ballot in the general election on November 3, 2020. She will face Republican Cliff Bentz and Independent Patrick Archer. The current Republican incumbent chose to not seek re-election.

Shemia Fagan ~ Secretary of State

Shemia Fagan represents the 24th district in the Oregon State Senate. She took office in 2019. During this election cycle, she's running to serve as Oregon Secretary of State. She won her party's nomination in May 2020. She's running against Republican Kim Thatcher and Pacific Green Party candidate Nathalie Paravicini. The current incumbent is not on the November ballot.

Suzanne Bonamici ~ U.S. House, District 1

Suzanne Bonamici is the current incumbent for Oregon's 1st Congressional District. She assumed office on 2012. In November she will face republican Christopher Christensen.

Women Running in Oregon ~ To Be Profiled
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