Archive for the Category ‘Letters’

Support for Bill Post for Dist. 25

Support for Bill Post for Dist. 25

To the Editor:  Bill Post is just the sort of candidate we need in the State Legislature. I enjoy discussing issues with Bill because he considers all the options and can see the different sides. I know that he represents my values and the way of thinking that will move Oregon back in the right […]

Jensen for House Dist. 25

Jensen for House Dist. 25

To the Editor: I have known Barbara Jensen for over 15 years.  I have had the privilege of working with her when she was a state government program director responsible for overseeing large, multi-agency initiatives. More recently, I worked with Barbara in her role managing a comprehensive technology assessment project for the City of Portland. […]

Jensen’s promotion of organizations

Jensen’s promotion of organizations

To the Editor: I read with interest that Barbara Jensen has decided to throw her hat in the ring for state representative for District 25.  About 15 years ago I had the pleasure of meeting Barbara in a professional setting.  We have worked together for years now. From the beginning it was apparent to me […]

Jensen’s offer

Jensen’s offer

To the Editor: As the executive director of a Salem based non-profit, I’ll be the first to tell you that raising awareness and raising funds are some of the hardest parts of the job. There are so many good causes and not very many ways to get the word out. That’s why I was pleasantly […]

Jensen for Dist. 25 

Jensen for Dist. 25 

To the Editor: I have never written in support of any candidate, but I know and support Barbara Jensen. She and I worked together for many years and she has been a family friend for at least 25 years. In her work, Barbara developed and oversaw many new solutions and new, large projects from beginning […]

Bill Post for Dist. 25

Bill Post for Dist. 25

To the Editor: We are writing to express our support of Bill Post for state representative in House District 25.  We know Bill to be a man of strong principles and unquestionable integrity. Even before he made the decision to run, he has always paid close attention to what’s going on in the Oregon state […]

Big Toy: leave well enough alone

Big Toy: leave well enough alone

To the Editor: A mayor and council that cannot leave well enough alone is what we have got, it seems. The choice of placement of The Big Toy was for children’s safety which is very obvious to me. I find it so hard to understand why after all the effort that has been laid out […]

Unscrupulous political radio ads

Unscrupulous political radio ads

To the Editor: I was recently stunned to hear some radio ads broadcast on KYKN radio.  These ads were presented as “public service announcements” urging listeners to support various non-profit organizations on behalf of House Republican candidate, Barbara Jensen.  It was my understanding that it is illegal for a non-profit organization to be affiliated in […]

KHC thanks Young Life

KHC thanks Young Life

To the Editor: We want to give Keizer Young Life a big  thank you for again helping with our spring landscape clean-up at Keizer Heritage Center (the “Old School” on Chemawa next to Keizer City Hall). On Saturday, April 5, 19 Young Life students and leaders helped clean up all of the landscape debris left […]

Support Jensen for District 25

Support Jensen for District 25

To the Editor: I  have known Barbara Jensen for more than 10 years. Barbara’s personal experience in both private and public business settings and her strong ability to listen and communicate effectively, combine to make her an ideal candidate. Barbara has strong traditional values including support of traditional marriage and a pro-life stance on abortion, […]

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