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Starting on February 1

by Jessica Vega Pederson

The February legislative session is quickly approaching, Megen! I’m looking forward to digging into the serious issues Oregonians are facing – our affordable housing crisis, raising the minimum wage, and exploring options to provide Oregon with cleaner air.

My top priority will always be to provide a better future for all our families. Last year, I secured paid sick leave so that every family can afford to care for their loved ones. I also supported tuition equity, increased funding for our K-12 schools, and the creation of the Retirement Savings Board.

I believe everyone deserves a fair shot – and that’ll continue to be my focus as Multnomah County Commissioner. I’m setting an ambitious goal of 50 online donations by the end of the month for a very important reason. Starting February 1, I can’t raise any money for my campaign.

Chip in $9 right now to help carry me through this fundraising blackout!

Your support means a lot!

Posted on January 23, 2016.

Meet Jessica

I am a mother, a business professional, a progressive Democrat, a proud resident of East Portland, and the first Latina elected to the Oregon House of Representatives.

As Multnomah County Commissioner I’ve fought to make sure every member of our community has what they need to succeed. I want to make Multnomah County an even better place to live, work, and raise a family. I'm ready to get to work and I hope you'll join us!

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