November 4, 2014 General Election

November 4, 2014 General Election





June 4, 2014 First day for city candidates to file declaration of candidacy or nominating petition for general election with the City Elections Official.
Aug. 12, 2014 Recommended last day to submit nominating petitions for signature verification to County Clerk to ensure validation within deadline.
Aug. 26, 2014 Last day for city candidates to file declaration of candidacy for general election with the City Elections Official.
Aug. 29, 2014 Last day for city candidates to file withdrawal of candidacy with the City Elections Official.
Sept. 4, 2014 Last day for city elections official, county governing body or district elections authority to give notice of measure election to county clerk.

Last day for Secretary of State and city elections officers to file with county clerks a statement of candidates and measures for placement on General election ballot.

Last day for district governing body with measure on General election to submit explanatory state for voters' pamphlet
Sept. 8, 2014

Last day for city candidates to file statements for county voters' pamphlet with the Clatsop County Elections Official.

Last day to file measure arguments for county voters' pamphlet with the Clatsop County Elections Official.

Sept. 12, 2014 Material submitted (measure arguments and city candidate statements) for voters' pamphlet become public record.
Sept. 20, 2014 Long term / military ballots mailed.
Oct. 6, 2014 Out of state ballots mailed.
Oct. 14, 2014 Last day to register to vote for the General Election. Registration cards that are postmarked by this date or submitted online no later than 11:59 p.m. are valid registrations for the General Election.
Oct. 15-17, 2014 Official ballots mailed.
Oct. 28, 2014 Public Certification Test will be conducted at 9:00 a.m., Judge Guy Boyington Building, 857 Commercial St., Astoria.
Nov. 3, 2014 Repeat Public Certification Test, 9:00 a.m. Early scanning of ballots begins.
Nov. 4, 2014 GENERAL ELECTION DAY:The Clatsop County Elections Office will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Ballots must be delivered to an official drop site or the County Clerk's Office, 820 Exchange Street 2nd floor, Astoria, no later than 8:00 p.m. this date. Postmarks are not considered.
Nov. 24, 2014

Last day to certify election, prepare and deliver abstracts.

(The addresses listed for candidates are mailing addresses only where all correspondence should be sent.)


US Senator

Mike Montchalin (LBT), 406 SW Isaac Ave., Pendleton, OR 97801,
(h) (541) 203-0678, (w) (541) 203-0678, (c) (541) 377-5553

Jeff Merkley (DEM, IND, WFP, PRO), 1351 SE 114th Ave., Portland, OR 97216,
(w) (503) 200-5518, (f) (503) 296-2125

Christina Jean Lugo (PGP), 1108 7th St., Oregon City, OR 97045,
(c) (503) 756-5801

James E Leuenberger (CON), PO Box 1684, Lake Oswego, OR 97035,
(w) (503) 679-8473

Monica Wehby (REP), PO Box 3375, Portland, OR 97208,
(w) (503) 327-8957

Representative in Congress, 1st District

Steven C. Reynolds (PRO, PGP), 12715 SE Reedway St., Portland, OR 97236,
(w) (503) 770-0039

Jason Yates (REP, CON), 901 Brutscher St., Suite D, PMB #166, Newberg, OR 97132,
(w) (971) 246-8063

Suzanne Bonamici (DEM, WFP), PO Box 1632, Beaverton, OR 97075,
(w) (503) 208-1228

James Foster (LBT), 1232 NW Weybridge Way, Beaverton, OR 97006,
(c) (503) 577-3495


Dennis Richardson (REP, IND), 55 South Fifth St., Central Point, OR
97502, 10725 SW Barbur Blvd. #230, Portland, OR 97219, (w) (541) 601-0083,
(c) (541) 840-1983

Chris Henry (PRO), 3315 N. Russert St., Portland, OR 97217, (h) (503) 443-5801,
(w) (503) 443-5801, (c) (503) 443-5801

Aaron Auer (CON), PO Box 1833, Oregon City, OR 97045, (503) 508-5411

John Kitzhaber (DEM, WFP), PO Box 42307, Portland, OR 97242,
(w) (503) 208-6470, (f) (503) 295-0670

Paul Grad (LBT), 555 S. Old Stage Rd., Cave Junction, OR 97523,
(h) (541) 592-4793

Jason Levin (PGP), 6663 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy #68, Portland, OR
97225, (w) (503) 862-9068, (c) (503) 936-6588

State Senator, 16th District

Perry R. Roll (LBT), 318 Olney Sp #1, Astoria, OR 97103,  (h) (503) 836-6521,
(c) (503) 791-0466

Betsy Johnson (DEM, REP), PO Box R, Scappoose, OR 97056, (h) (503) 397-3730, (w) (503) 543-4200, (c) (503) 939-8274, (f) (503) 543-5296

Andrew (Drew) Kaza (IND, WFP), P.O. Box 939, Manzanita, OR 97130,
(h) (503) 368-4869, (c) (503) 351-8053

Bob Ekstrom (CON), 51163 Bankston Rd., Scappoose, OR 97056,
(w) (503) 274-8925, (c) (503) 317-8274, (f) (503) 274-4358

State Representative, 32nd District

Rick Rose (REP), PO Box 1017, Warrenton, OR 97146, (h) (503) 861-0405,
(w) 503-468-9666, (c) (503) 468-9666, (f) (503) 861-0751

Deborah Boone (DEM), PO Box 637, Cannon Beach, OR 97110,
(w) (503) 986-1432


CITY OF ASTORIA (Filing office: 1095 Duane St., Astoria)

Larry Taylor, P.O. Box 461, Astoria, OR 97103, (c) (971) 235-7164

Arline J. LaMear, 288 Franklin Ave., Astoria, OR 97103, (h) 503-338-6883,
(w) 503-325-2323, (c) (503) 791-6201

Councilor, Ward 1
Zetty A. Nemlowill, 478 Kensington Ave., Astoria, OR 97103, (w) (503) 325-0027,
(c) (503) 791-8869

George McCartin, 490 Franklin Ave., Astoria, OR 97103, (h) (503) 338-3304,
(w) (503) 338-3304

Councilor, Ward 3
Cindy Price, PO Box 477, Astoria, OR 97103, (c) (503) 791-1710

CITY OF CANNON BEACH (Filing office: 163 E. Gower, Cannon Beach)

Sam Steidel, P.O. Box 501, Cannon Beach, OR 97110, (h) 503-436-1675,
(w) (503) 436-1757

Councilor, At Large (Vote for Two)
George Vetter, P.O. Box 164, Cannon Beach, OR 97110 (h) (503) 739-1415,
(c) (503) 739-1415, (w) (503) 739-1415

Mike Benefield, PO Box 1424, Cannon Beach, OR 97110, (h), (503) 436-1508

CITY OF GEARHART (Filing office: 698 Pacific Way, Gearhart)

Councilor, Position 1
Albert Carder, P.O. Box 2309, Gearhart, OR 97138, (h) (503) 717-1349,
(c) (503) 739-0991

Kerry Smith, 707 F Street, Gearhart, OR 97138, (c) (503) 440-4190

Councilor, Position 3
John A. Duncan, PO Box 2114, Gearhart, OR 97138, (h) (503) 738-3963,
(c) (360) 430-7385

Kevin L. Willett, P.O. Box 2513, Gearhart, OR 97138, (h) (503) 738-7735,
(c) (503) 440-7959

CITY OF SEASIDE (Filing office: 989 Broadway, Seaside)

Angela Nicole Fairless, 846 10th Ave., Seaside, OR 97138, (c) (503) 717-3177

John B. Dunzer, 2964 Keepsake Dr., Seaside, OR 97138, (h) (503) 738-6885

Don Larson, 1920 Beach Dr., Seaside, OR 97138, (h) (503) 738-5011,
(c) (503) 440-8221

Councilor, Ward 1
Jay A. Barber, P.O. Box 1013, Seaside, OR 97138, (h) (503) 717-5017,
(c) (503) 784-1383

Council, Ward 2
Tita Montero, 135 6th Ave., Seaside, OR 97138, (c) 741-0108

Councilor, Ward 4 (2 year unexpired term)
Seth Morrisey, P.O. Box 333, Seaside, OR 97138, (c) (503) 440-2138

Greg Boat, 2020 Aldercrest St., Seaside, OR 97138, (w) (503) 717-5400,
(c) (253) 255-6788

Councilor, At Large, Ward 3 & 4

Dana Phillips, 217 Broadway, Seaside, OR 97138, (h) (503) 738-9413,
(c) (503) 738-2485, (f) (503) 738-8568

CITY OF WARRENTON (Filing office: 225 S. Main Ave., Warrenton)

Mayor (Commissioner, Position 5)
Mark Kujala, P.O. Box 400, Warrenton, OR 97146, (h) (503) 791-2513,
(w) (503) 861-8277, (c) (503) 791-2513

Mark Baldwin, P.O. Box 716, Warrenton, OR 97146, (w) (503) 298-9204,
(c) (503) 298-9204

Commissioner, Position 4
Rick Newton, P.O. Box 487, Warrenton, OR 97146, (h) (503) 861-2879,
(w) (503) 861-2268, (c) (503) 338-2279, (f) (503) 861-0895

Pam Ackley, 1570 SW Pine Ct., Warrenton, OR 97146, (w) (503) 738-4840,
(c) (503) 717-3796

David M. Goldthorpe, 1130 SE Willo Dr., Warrenton OR 97146, (h) (503) 861-8144,
(w) (503) 338-3618, (c) (503) 569-0278

Richard S. Frisbee, P.O. Box 961, Warrenton, OR 97146, (c) (503) 298-7701



Director, Zone 1
No Candidate Filed

Director, Zone 2
No Candidate Filed

Director, Zone 4
No Candidate Filed

Director, At Large
No Candidate Filed


Director, Subdivision 5
Barbara A. Trout, 17640 Old Pacific Hwy, Rockaway, OR 97136


2014 State Measures.pdf


Measure 4-174

Should Ordinance 2014-2 imposing a moratorium on medical marijuana facilities be rescinded?

Summary: The Board of Commissioners of Clatsop County, in Ordinance 2014-2, imposed a moratorium on medical marijuana facilities. This prohibits operation of any medical marijuana facility in the unincorporated area of the County. The moratorium is in effect until May 1, 2015 unless rescinded sooner. Ordinance 2014-07 would rescind Ordinance 2014-2 effective on passage.


Measure 4-175

Shall the City of Cannon Beach join the Clatsop County 4H and Extension Service Special District?

Summary: In 1986 Clatsop County voters, voted to establish a Special Service District to support the delivery of local educational programs through the Oregon State University Extension Service. The citizens of the City of Cannon Beach voted to not be included in the Special Service District. Since 1986, no District funded programs have been delivered within the City of Cannon Beach. This measure offers residents of Cannon Beach the opportunity to join the 4H and Extension Special Service District which would allow the District to fund programs delivered within the City of Cannon Beach.

Membership in the District allows local delivery of OSU Extension educational programs including 4H Youth Clubs, Master Gardener events, Family Food and Nutrition classes, and Coastal Hazards education among others. Programming is guided by a local advisory board. If this measure is approved, the established tax rate of 0.0534 cents per thousand dollars of assessed value will be applied to properties in the City of Cannon Beach. A home assessed at $250,000 would pay $13.35 per year.


Measure 4-173

Question: Shall Warrenton Rural Fire Protection District impose $49,000 each year for five years for general operations beginning 2016-2017? This measure renews current local option taxes.

Summary:  This measure will renew an existing local option tax that will expire at the end of Fiscal Year 2015-16. The maximum taxes needed for five years total $245,000, which will be imposed in equal amounts of $49,000 each year. It may not be necessary to assess the full $49,000 each year, particularly in the first few years of the local option tax. In each year, the District will assess only the amount necessary to fund its operating cost, but will not exceed $49,000. The taxes will be used to fund the general operations of the Warrenton Rural Fire Protection District. The taxes are needed to pay for part of the costs of contractual services provided by the City of Warrenton; the District contracts with the City of Warrenton to provide fire protection and emergency medical services in the District. It is estimated that the proposed tax (maximum) will result in a rate of $0.53 per $1,000 of assessed value in the first year. The estimated tax cost for this measure is an ESTIMATE ONLY based on the best information available from the county assessor at the time of the estimate.

Measure 4-176

Question: Shall College increase safety, efficiency, add instructional space, redevelop facilities by issuing general obligation bonds not exceeding $8,200,000; audits required? If the bonds are approved, they will be payable from taxes on property or property ownership that are not subject to the limits of Section 11 and 11b, Article XI of the Oregon Constitution.

Summary: If approved, this measure would provide funds for the redevelopment of Clatsop Community College District's 93-year old Patriot Hall including:

    * Make safety improvements, remove asbestos, improve seismic stability, and
       replace aging fire protection and electrical systems;

    * Construct, equip,, and furnish additional instructional space to support new job           training, paramedic training, mental and behavioral health and drug and alcohol         counseling certification programs;

    * Increase efficiency by replacing electrical and heating systems;

    * Restore the structure and provide ADA compliance;

    * Pay bond issuance costs.

Independent audits required for bond proceeds.

Approval would release a $7,990,000 match from the State of Oregon to help redevelop Patriot Hall.

Bonds would mature in a period not to exceed 21 years from the date of issue and may be issued in one or more series. The overall tax rate for bonds is estimated to be approximately $0.10 per $1,000 of assessed property value. Results may differ based on actual interest rates incurred and change in assessed property value.