ATOYV Legislator Profile District 25 (Newberg, Keizer): Representative Bill Post

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ATOYV Legislator Profile District 25 (Newberg, Keizer): Representative Bill Post

Post by Brian on Sat Feb 04, 2017 6:12 pm

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District 25 (Newberg, Keizer): Representative Bill Post

Capitol Phone: 503-986-1425
Capitol Address: 900 Court St. NE, H-373, Salem, Oregon 9730
Email: repbill@billpost.us
Legislative Website: https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/post
Oregonian: http://gov.oregonlive.com/legislators/Bill-Post/


Campaign Website: http://billpost.us/
Facebook (personal): https://www.facebook.com/billrpost
Facebook (campaign): https://www.facebook.com/billpostfororegon/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BillPostOregon

BIO [get this from wikipedia, their campaign page, or news articles you may find]

Post was born at Luke Air Force Base in Glendale, Arizona. He moved to Oregon at an early age and grew up in Albany, Redmond, and Salem. He attended George Fox University and Southern Oregon State College, where he earned a bachelor's degree. His wife Colleen is a teacher. He has one son, Kai.  He has been involved in radio, first as a deejay and later as a conservative talk radio personality, since 1979. He hosted the Bill Post Radio Show on KYKN from 2009 until March 2014, when he suspended his show amid accusations from Republican primary opponent Barbara Jensen that his show on Keizer radio station 1430 KYKN violated federal equal air time laws. He remained program director and operations manager at the radio station even after ending his show.[1]

PARTY AFFILIATION: Republican

ELECTIONS HISTORY

   First Elected: 2014
   Next Election: 2018

KEY LEGISLATIVE HISTORY
https://votesmart.org/candidate/key-votes/150913/bill-post#.WJJIfRkrK00

   2017

  • Committees:  Economic Development, Judiciary, Veterans & Emergency Preparedness

 2016

  • SB 1532: Increase Minimum Wage - Nay (passed)   
  • HB 4147: Extends Background Check Waiting Period - Nay (passed House)

   2015

  • ACLU Score: 25/100
  • HB 2307: Prohibits Conversion Therapy on Minors - Nay (passed)
  • HB 2177: Establishes Automatic Voter Registration - Nay (passed)
  • HB 2041: Establishes Sales Tax on Retail Marijuana - Nay (passed)


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