This is it!

This is it. Ballots will be arriving in mailboxes, and voters will be voting next week. Because of our vote-by-mail system, Oregon has a three-week voting period. Many ballots are returned long before final results are announced on November 6th. And this one is going to be a barn burner. Our latest polling shows that this is an incredibly close race. My opponent has a lot of name id but we have the momentum. Your support will be critical in these final few weeks!

New TV Ad

New TV Ad — "Key Issues"

I wanted to make sure you saw my new ad. It talks about my priorities as your next Marion County Commissioner. I hope you will watch, like, and share it with your friends and family.

Patti Milne, a former Marion County Commissioner, is hosting a Meet and Greet on my behalf. Patti served as a State Representative, Marion County Commissioner, and has a great show on CCTV. I hope you can make it to what is sure to be a wonderful event.

I am honored to be endorsed by the Mid-Valley Association of Realtors who are generously hosting a meet and greet in two weeks. I am looking forward to this event.


By Bill Poehler | Statesman Journal

Bill Burgess has name recognition in Marion County; Colm Willis has the financial backing.

Willis, a Republican, is a 32-year-old attorney from Stayton; Burgess, a Democrat, is the 67-year-old sitting Marion County Clerk from Salem.

The candidates for seat No.2 of Marion County Commission to replace Janet Carlson, who is not running for re-election, in the Nov. 6 general election are playing to their strengths.

Reagan Knopp