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Dear Friends,

I grew up loving Oregon. It was a place where our careers, families, and communities were thriving. Today we experience a different Oregon - one with a failing economy, sky-high unemployment, and a faltering education system. But together we can get Oregon back on track. As your State Representative, I'm working for you to make Oregon vibrant once again, because our state can be a trailblazer in our nation's recovery. Please join me - our future depends on it.


Labor Day BBQ at Villebois

August 19, 2014

Meet your neighbors and Representative John Davis for an end-of-summer neighborhood Labor Day BBQ!

Noon-1:30 pm Labor Day, September 1st 
Villebois – Sophia Park under the Shelter next to the pond

(28836 SW Costa Circle West, Wilsonville, OR 97070)
Cost: $1.50 (burger or dog+chips+drink)
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Dear Friends & Family,
We have 89 days until election day, and I am excited to announce the opening of my new campaign office in historic Old Town Sherwood!  We are setting up this week, will be open by next week, and look for the open house in early September.

John Davis For Oregon
Campaign Headquarters

22462 SW Washington Street
Sherwood, Oregon 97140

The office is just around the corner from Symposium, the Library, Saturday Market, Clancy’s, Cannery Square, and the slice of Americana that is Old Town Sherwood.

For Immediate Release

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Contact: Justin McClain



Sherwood, OR - Representative John Davis today announced plans to open a new office in Sherwood. The office, set to open next Wednesday August 13th, will serve as headquarters for the John Davis for Oregon reelection campaign.
“There is tremendous energy in and around the district in anticipation of this November’s election,” said Representative Davis. “This office will be a fantastic resource for our campaign, an investment in historic Old Town Sherwood, and a physical location where constituents can come to share their views and receive the services I can offer as their State Representative.  I look forward to keeping the office in place after Election Day to serve constituents and support our community.”
The new office will be hosting an open house on September 13th. Further details on the open house will be set at a later date. Those interested in volunteering should call or email Justin McLain, Representative John Davis’ Campaign Manager at (509) 499-7087
Representative Davis, who is running for a second term in the Oregon House of Representatives, believes Oregonians deserve a Representative who will champion pro-growth economic reform, excellence in our education system, transparency in campaign finance, and accountability from our state government.
For more information, please visit
John Davis for Oregon

Campaign Headquarters

22462 SW Washington St.

Sherwood, OR 97140


Dear Friends,
With less than 100 days until Election Day 2014, the race for the Oregon Legislature is in full swing. Pundits and experts argue this is a “toss-up” year in Oregon where the House, in which I serve, could end up being controlled by either Republicans or Democrats. What will I stand for if elected again by the voters of House District 26 (Wilsonville, Sherwood, King City, Tigard, Beaverton, Bull Mountain, Aloha, and Hillsboro)?
Economic Revitalization: Supporting Oregon Jobs First

Oregon is blessed with some of the nation’s most abundant natural resources, available land, intrinsic beauty, and dedicated citizens. Oregon has the ability to lead the nation in this economic recovery, but instead we lag behind our neighbors. By streamlining our regulatory environment, focusing on our natural strengths, closing Oregon’s tax traps, and incentivizing individuals and small businesses to create jobs, Oregon can be a pioneer in the nation’s recovery.

Intelligent Education: Supporting Kids First

Schools around the country are demonstrating that intelligent education reforms focusing on kids first make a lasting impact. All the while, Oregon continues down the same old path, languishing in education funding and student achievement, and failing to truly educate and train our next generation. We can reach bipartisan solutions to turn our schools and communities into vibrant learning environments that prepare students for the careers of the future.

Back to Basic Spending: Supporting What Matters First

Our roads are crumbling, traffic jams get worse, and we continue to face yearly “crises” in funding for basic services. At the same time, in the past fifteen years the Oregon State Budget has doubled to over $61 billion. Instead of spending on what matters, our state continues to pour money into pet projects and bureaucracy. It’s time to return to our basic priorities: schools, police, roads and an infrastructure to serve our next generation.

Uncovering Money & Special Interests in Politics: Supporting the Public First

I sponsored and we passed legislation requiring unions, corporations, and special interests to disclose political spending in Oregon. Then, I championed equal public access to the ballot in local elections . We can take further steps to uncover money in politics and keep Oregon working for its citizens and the public first.

Take the first step: volunteer, give a personal donation, call, or tell a friend.

How You Can Help: Join Us Saturday for Our Multi Campaign SuperWalk! Support our Hillsboro candidates and elected officials Senator Bruce Starr, Mark Richman, Dan Mason, and Rep. John Davis
9:30am Saturday August 2 at Campaign Headquarters

250 SE Washington Hillsboro OR 97124
Friends – with less than three months until ballots are delivered, it is time to get involved. Click here to donate your $50 (single) or $100 (married couple) Oregon Political Tax Credit – most Oregonians are eligible to recieve a dollar-for-dollar tax credit on your next return. Contact your tax advisor for details.
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