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TOP STORY: It's That Time of Year Again!

Parade

Come March with Us!

The Beaverton Parade is this Saturday, September 6th and Team Read will be marching with the Washington County Democrats. We'll have Tobias Read signs and t-shirts for those who want to march with us. Please come say 'hi' to Tobias and show your support. We will be gathering between 9:00 and 9:30am at the corner of SW Wilson and SW Allen. Hope to see you there!

Lawn Sign

Do You Have A Lawn Sign?

It's fall, which means it's time to clean out your garage and put your Tobias Read lawn sign back up! If you would like to help us deliver lawn signs or have any questions, please contact our Field Director, Josh, at 503-746-9382 or Send Josh an email.

Thank you for your continued support!

Want to Help Tobias?

We at Team Read have multiple volunteer opportunities coming up. If you are interested, please contact the campaign Field Director, Josh Halladay, at 503-746-9382 or Send Josh an email to learn more.

Posted on September 2, 2014.

Campaign Updates

Sep. 2 It's That Time of Year Again!
Jun. 9 Save the Date
May. 3 Did you get your ballot yet?
Mar. 13 Short Session & Upcoming Events
Feb. 20 Legislative Update & Constituent Coffee

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In the News

Sep. 2 Oregonian: Battle at the Ballot Box
Aug. 21 Portland Tribune: My View: Build bridges, but fix rest of infrastructure, too
Jun. 12 Beaverton Valley Times: Oregon must broaden access to higher education
May. 19 KATU: Your Voice, Your Vote
Mar. 10 The Oregonian: Bonamici, Read and Unger at upcoming Washington County Education Forum
Mar. 6 The Oregonian: Business Expo West speakers announced

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Tobias Read and his wife, Heidi

Tobias Read has always been focused on the future, on what our community — and our state — will look like in the long run. And with the lingering recession and the challenges it's created for our economy, we need his unique brand of long-run thinking now more than ever before. Because the decisions we make today on reviving our economy will shape our state for years to come. Learn more about Tobias.

What will Oregon look like in ten years?

What kind of state will our children inherit from us?

Can we honor Oregon's heritage and traditions while readying ourselves for the future?

For me, answering those questions today means that Oregon will be an even better place to live tomorrow.

I try to approach my job as your State Representative by thinking about the long run, putting long-term priorities over short-term political gain. I want to choose innovation and collaboration rather than obstruction.

I appreciate the support and direction you've given me and hope to be able to continue to work for you.

Tobias