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Oregon House of Representatives District 20: Terrence “Terry” Taylor

Oregon House of Representatives District 20: Terrence “Terry” Taylor

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Statesman Journal mini-questionnaire for 2014 Primary Election
Thank you for responding to this questionnaire.
Why this matters:
 The Statesman Journal Editorial Board will use this questionnaire in deciding which candidates to endorse at the May 20 Primary Election. The board is doing fewer in-person interviews this spring. Your answers also will be shared with reporters and may be published in the newspaper and/or on our website, StatesmanJournal.com, so the public will see what you submit.We also ask that you respond to every question, instead of simply attaching campaign materials, resumes, etc.Please return the completed questionnaire to the Editorial Board as an email or an attached Word document to Salemed@StatesmanJournal.com. (Handwritten or fax responses don’t work.) Deadline for submitting your questionnaire:
9 a.m. Wednesday, April 16.
Questions? Contact Editorial Page Editor Dick Hughes, 503-399-6727, dhughes@StatesmanJournal.com, or Editorial Assistant Nancy Harrington, 503-589-6944, nharring@StatesmanJournal.com.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Your name:
Terrence “Terry” Taylor
 Age: 63(If your age will change before the May 20 primary, please indicate your birthday. We want to make sure we use accurate ages in editorials and news coverage.)Political party (if this is a partisan office):
Republican
Position you are seeking (name of position, district number, political party if applicable):State Representative, 20th DistrictRepublicanNumber of years living in the area you seek to represent:2Are you a full-time resident of that area?Yes
 
City/town of residence: Salem OR “West Salem”Family (name of spouse/partner, number and ages of children if at home, number of grown children):Wife Haley, Son Travis “Dr in Salem”, Daughter Heidi “college student Salem” , Tiffany, BrittanyYour education (high school, trade, college, post-baccalaureate; indicate degrees earned):
Business Management / Brigham Young University, Certificate in Computer science / E.C.P.I. (Whos !ho in "merica#, Bache$or of %cience Communication & Management / Concor'ia Co$$ege gra'uate' Magna Cum au'e
If employed, current occupation, employer and job duties:Simi Retired, consultantPrevious employers and when:
Business )!ner, I* %oft!are Pro+ect Manager, egiona$ *echno$ogy Manager, -ationa$ Manager, .P. Bio Me'ica$
Military service and when:NoneVolunteer/civic/religious service and when:Coached youth football in Salem last year, 15yrs as scout leader in the Northwest.Please list all public offices to which you’ve been elected, and when:NonePlease list any unsuccessful candidacies for public office, and when:NoneOther prior political and government experience:
%choo$ Boar', %ite committee, *ea Party
How the public can reach your campaign (remember that this information may be made public): Mail address: 1865 Wakefield Ct NW, Salem 97304 E-mail address: terrenceoforegon@yahoo.com Web site URL: http://www.terrenceoforegon.com/ 
 
 Phone: 971 208-8856
Please limit your response to each of the following questions to about 75 words.
1. To an outsider, how would you describe the region you wish to represent? What is it like geographically, economically, politically and socially?Oregon is heaven on earth, the most beautiful and diverse State I have ever lived in. From the longest sunny day city of Bend Oregon to the most Mediterranean weather like city of Gold Beach, we enjoy everything in-between. With two mountain ranges running through the State, Rookie’s and the Green mountain ranges, we enjoy forest and high mountain beauty. Our farm land is some of the richest in the US providing a food basket that should be the core of the State economy. The coast provides recreation and fishing opportunities second only to Alaska on the west coast. Our music and culture is as diverse as the land it’s self with everything from blue grass to opera and Shakespeare to community theater.2. When did you decide to run for this office, and why?I’m tired of watching politicians’ care more about getting elected, than caring about the people that voted them into office. I’m tired of the lack of leadership and fundamental understanding of business and economics. I’m tired of politicians’ making laws for special interest groups instead of simple and fair laws that apply to everyone and are enforced the same for everyone.3. How much will your primary campaign cost (please be specific)?$2,000 dollars so far. I’m always open to donations if you would like to help out.4. Who are your key endorsements from within the Mid-Valley?Too many to list but here are some of the donators to my campaign: Bart Carter, Misty Carter, Blair Karen Grames, Brian Lathen, Family Focus Eye Care, Jef Morre, Deborah Morre, Jim Heder, Larry Jenny Gates, Travis & Heather Taylor, William Hyde, Mike Payne.5. Have you ever been convicted of a crime, been disciplined by a professional licensing board/organization or had an ethics violation filed against you? If so, please give the details.No6. Have you ever filed for bankruptcy, been delinquent on your taxes or other major accounts, or been sued personally or professionally? If so, please give the details.No7. Why should people vote for you? What separates you from your opponent(s)? Be specific. We can all agree that the economy is the number one issue facing Oregon today. When it comes to creating jobs we need people with real business experience to make that happen. We have already seen politicians with educational, government employment and community coordinator

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