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Darrell Fuller

Darrell Fuller has been involved in Oregon’s legislative and political process since 1987. As a lobbyist and association manager, he has represented private sector business associations since 1996. His clients include auto dealers, RV dealers, power sports dealers, auto repair shops, auto appraisers, auto dismantlers, professional land surveyors, the septic installation and maintenance industry, and[...]
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Patrick Cummings

Patrick Cummings is a founder and leader of The Inter Alia Group at RBC Wealth Management, as well as the Branch Director of their Portland and Lake Oswego offices. Entrepreneurial by nature, Patrick works extensively with business owners who find that the management of their financial affairs has taken on a scale and complexity that[...]
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Bob Terry

Commissioner Bob Terry is the Vice-Chair of the Board and represents District 4, a large portion of the rural area of  Washington County including Banks, Cornelius, Forest Grove, Gaston, Hillsboro and North Plains. Commissioner Terry was sworn into the Washington County Board of Commissioners in January 2011. This is his first term serving as a Washington County[...]
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Paul Rietze

Accomplished Business Development, Technical Sales and Marketing Executive with an extensive track record of success leading multi-billion dollar global sales, marketing, enablement, and business development operations in Artificial Intelligence, Data Center, PC client, networking, and IoT markets. Strategic leader with a history of achievement in building/transforming organizations, developing and executing strategies to drive new business,[...]
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Dr. Paul Thomas

Paul Thomas, MD Dr. Paul (as he likes to be called) graduated with his MD from Dartmouth Medical School and completed his residency in Pediatrics at the University of California. Dr. Thomas (now retired) practiced for 40 years and opened his own practice Integrative Pediatrics in 2008, where he served over 100,000 patients in the[...]
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Will Lathrop, candidate for Attorney General and Allen Alley

Will Lathrop A sixth-generation Oregonian, Will Lathrop is passionate about serving the people of Oregon. Growing up on a cattle ranch in rural Wallowa County, he learned from a young age how discipline, hard work, and integrity help build stronger communities. These character qualities–combined with his expertise in domestic and international victim protection, law enforcement,[...]
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Julie Miller and Donna Kreitzberg

We are committed to bringing Open Enrollment & School Choice to Oregon Families. Join the conversation on November 14th   Help us put our two amendments on the November 2024 ballot. What’s our Goal? Our goal is to ensure Oregon families have the constitutionally protected ability to choose where and how their children are educated[...]
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Councilor Rick Van Beveren

Councilor Rick Van Beveren Speaking on October 10th, 2023 Council Experience: Rick was appointed to the Hillsboro City Council in October 2015, then elected in November 2016 and re-elected in November 2020. His current term expires in January 2025. Community Experience: Rick has lived in Hillsboro since 1980. He and his wife have two grown children. Rick[...]
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Angela Wilhelms

WCBC is excited to Introduce Angela Wilhelms as our guest speaker for September 12th Angela is the President & CEO of Oregon Business & Industry, a statewide business advocacy organization representing more than 1,600 members who employ more than 250,000 Oregonians. Angela previously worked for the University of Oregon in the role of University Secretary[...]
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Jacob Vendever, Legislative Director at the Oregon House.

Jacob Vandever is a former political candidate, activist, and amateur writer.  Jacob was born and raised in Umatilla, Oregon.  Jacob got involved in politics early on serving as the student representative to the Umatilla City Council for his Senior Project. Vandever attended Oregon State University and received a B.S. in Political Science in 2015.  In[...]
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