Public Safety Voter Guide
2022 GENERAL ELECTION ENDORSEMENTS

Your local Clackamas County law enforcement officers have interviewed candidates with regard to public safety and law enforcement issues and recommend the following candidates in the November 8 General Election:

FOR OREGON STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 20
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Bill Kennemer
Incumbent State Senator Bill Kennemer has been an ally to public safety interests in the State Capitol.  Throughout his long service-oriented career, he has established himself as a trusted and respected voice on many issues.
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FOR OREGON STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 26
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Jason Fields
Jason Fields aims to create a safer, more prosperous Oregon.  He supports keeping violent offenders off our streets, adequately funding police budgets, and increasing mental health and addiction treatment.
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FOR OREGON STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 39
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Kori Haynes
Kori Haynes is running for State Representative in House District 39, in and around Happy Valley, Linwood, and Clackamas Heights. She has been an active volunteer in local schools and other organizations.  She has made "back the blue" one of her top campaign priorities.
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FOR OREGON STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 40
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Adam Baker
Voters in House District 40 (Oregon City and Gladstone area) should cast their ballot for Adam Baker, a veteran law enforcement officer who will rise above partisan politics to protect our community.
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FOR CLACKAMAS COUNTY COMMISSIONER, SEAT 2 (Nonpartisan, At-large)
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Paul Savas
Commissioner Savas is a long-time public servant and extremely adept budgeter.  As an ally to law enforcement, he recently voted to end the County’s relationship with “defund police” advocates.
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FOR CLACKAMAS COUNTY COMMISSIONER, SEAT 5 (Nonpartisan, At-large)
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Ben West
As a Wilsonville City Councilor, West understands public safety.  He will make sure law enforcement budgets are fully funded to protect our communities and to hold criminals accountable.
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