SAFETY & JUSTICE PAC

Endorsed Candidates 2018

The Safety and Justice PAC is working to elect an inspiring slate of legislators who share our public safety values and understand the need for holistic, cost-effective solutions to crime. These legislators are committed to reducing our reliance on incarceration, investing in victim services, and prioritizing programs such as addiction and mental health treatment.

To help make these victories possible, make your donation to the Safety and Justice PAC. Your support will go directly to the campaigns that need it most so that Oregonians have the information they need to build a legislature that will advance policies that promote safe and strong communities.

Thanks as always for your support!

OREGON SENATE

Floyd Prozanski

Senate District 4 - South Lane and North Douglas Counties

James Manning

Senate District 7 - North Eugene, West Eugene, Santa Clara, and Junction City

Jackie Winters

Senate District 10 - Salem

Chuck Riley

Senate District 15 - Hillsboro

Elizabeth Steiner Hayward

Senate District 17 - NW Portland/Beaverton

OREGON HOUSE

Pam Marsh

House District 5 - Ashland

Nancy Nathanson

House District 13 - Eugene

Teresa Alonso Leon

House District 22 - Woodburn

Janeen Sollman

House District 30 - Hillsboro

Jennifer Williamson

House District 36 - Portland

Mark Meek

House District 40 - Clackamas County

Karin Power

House District 41 - Milwaukie

Rob Nosse

House District 42 - Portland

Tawna Sanchez

House District 43 - Portland

Tina Kotek

House District 44 - N/NE Portland

Alissa Keny-Guyer

House District 46 - Portland

Diego Hernandez

House District 47 - Portland

Chris Gorsek

House District 49 - Troutdale

Carla Piluso

House District 50 - Gresham

Janelle Bynum

House District 51 - Clackamas

We can’t incarcerate our way to public safety. We need solutions that address addiction, mental health, and poverty. That’s why I’m proud to work with the Safety and Justice PAC. Together, we’re advancing a more balanced approach to crime that holds people accountable, helps survivors heal, and keeps our communities safe.

— Representative Tawna Sanchez, October 2018