Hello! I’m glad you are here. For the past two years I have been working hard to be your representative in Salem. That work means getting to know you and what matters to you and yours. That also means knowing the issues and the community leaders that are working on those issues.Through my continuous attendance at local meetings, my participation with many local boards and organizations, my time at the Capitol, and my TV show Local Matters where I interview our community leaders, I feel that I am informed and ready to serve you. I am committed to improving our schools, paving the way for efficient transportation, and promoting affordable housing. Please take a look around, leave a comment and join Team Moore. Thank you!

-Ken Moore

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“My support for Ken has grown as I’ve witnessed his commitment to community, his hard work and his solutions-oriented abilities. Oregon governement needs that brand of leadership.”

– Former Governor of Oregon Barbara Roberts

“I am supporting Ken Moore because of his character, commitment and compassion. In one particular meeting where a contentious topic was being discussed, he volunteered to participate on a citizen committee to resolve the issue. Ken will bring this same determination to represent us in the State Legislature!”

– Shirley Ward-Mullen, Carlton City Council Member

“My experience tells me Ken’s vision, energy and comittment to our community make him the leader we need in Salem. Ken is my choice for House District 24.”

– Ed Gormley, Former Mayor of McMinnville

“Ken has made a sincere effort to educate himself on issues facing law enforcement in our area. I am convinced that he can be counted upon to support both funding and legislation that will improve the safety of our citizens and our officers. He has my full support.”

– Lee Vasquez, Former Yamhill County Sheriff

“As a school Board Member I have observed Ken’s quest for knowledge regarding public education and his commitment for continued improvement. He has earned my vote for state representative to take his knowledge and dedication to Salem.”

– Janis Braich