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* [http://walden.house.gov/ Greg Walden], Republican, for Oregon's 2nd Congressional District (the eastern three-quarters of the state), in office since 1999  
 
* [http://walden.house.gov/ Greg Walden], Republican, for Oregon's 2nd Congressional District (the eastern three-quarters of the state), in office since 1999  
 
* [http://schrader.house.gov/ Kurt Schrader], Democrat, for Oregon's [[5th Congressional District]] (covering Oregon's central coast through Salem, north to the southern Portland suburbs, and east to the summit of Mount Hood; it includes Lincoln, Marion, Polk, and Tillamook counties, most of Clackamas County, and part of Benton and Multnomah counties), in office since 2009
 
* [http://schrader.house.gov/ Kurt Schrader], Democrat, for Oregon's [[5th Congressional District]] (covering Oregon's central coast through Salem, north to the southern Portland suburbs, and east to the summit of Mount Hood; it includes Lincoln, Marion, Polk, and Tillamook counties, most of Clackamas County, and part of Benton and Multnomah counties), in office since 2009
* the seat for the [[1st Congressional District]] (which includes most of Portland west of the Willamette River, as well as all of Yamhill, Columbia, Clatsop, and Washington Counties) has been vacant since David Wu's resignation effective August 3, 2011.  A special election has been slated for January 2012
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* [http://http://bonamici.house.gov/ Suzanne Bonamici], Democrat, for Oregon's [[1st Congressional District]] (covering Northwest Oregon, from Astoria to Portland; it includes all of Clatsop, Columbia, Washington, and Yamhill counties, along with portions of NW and SW Portland - excluding Downtown), in office since 2012
  
 
Call their offices and say hello.  It's good to stay in touch.   
 
Call their offices and say hello.  It's good to stay in touch.   
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:17, 11 March 2014

Oregon's U.S. Representatives are:

  • Peter DeFazio, Democrat, for Oregon's 4th Congressional District (covering southern Oregon: Eugene, Springfield, Roseburg and part of Corvallis), in office since 1987
  • Earl Blumenauer, Democrat, for Oregon's 3rd Congressional District (most of Portland east of the Willamette River), in office since 1996
  • Greg Walden, Republican, for Oregon's 2nd Congressional District (the eastern three-quarters of the state), in office since 1999
  • Kurt Schrader, Democrat, for Oregon's 5th Congressional District (covering Oregon's central coast through Salem, north to the southern Portland suburbs, and east to the summit of Mount Hood; it includes Lincoln, Marion, Polk, and Tillamook counties, most of Clackamas County, and part of Benton and Multnomah counties), in office since 2009
  • Suzanne Bonamici, Democrat, for Oregon's 1st Congressional District (covering Northwest Oregon, from Astoria to Portland; it includes all of Clatsop, Columbia, Washington, and Yamhill counties, along with portions of NW and SW Portland - excluding Downtown), in office since 2012

Call their offices and say hello. It's good to stay in touch.