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Find Your Legislator We strive to provide accurate information, this is the link provided by the legislative website. When new legislators are elected in th efuture, the information should be updated by the state employees in Salem.

The Oregon House of Representatives consists of 60 members who are elected to serve for two-year terms. Each representative represents a district containing about 57,000 citizens. These district lines are redrawn every ten years.The next re-districting will take place in the year 2020.

Representative Shelly Boshart Davis
Party: R   District: 15
Capitol Phone: 503-986-1415
Capitol Address: 900 Court St NE, H-491, Salem, OR, 97301
Representative Sherrie Sprenger
Party: R   District: 17
Capitol Phone: 503-986-1417
Capitol Address: 900 Court St. NE., H-478, Salem, OR, 97301

The Oregon Senate consists of 30 members who are elected to serve for four-year terms. Each senator represents a district containing about 114,000 citizens. These district lines are redrawn every ten years.

Senator Fred Girod
Party: R   District: 9
Capitol Phone: 503-986-1709
Capitol Address: 900 Court St. NE., S-421, Salem, OR, 97301

Linn County

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Board of Commissioners (541) 967-3825
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  Will Tucker

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