For Immediate Release
Monday, September 11, 2017
Contact: Preston Mann, 503-931-1095
Representative Bill Post Files For Re-Election
Keizer State Rep. will seek third term as member of Oregon House
Keizer, Ore. – State Representative Bill Post (R-Keizer) announced today that he has filed for re-election and will seek a third term representing Keizer, St. Paul and Newberg in the Oregon Legislature. In announcing his re-election plans, Rep. Post vowed to continue fighting for lower taxes and renewed his commitment to standing up for Oregonians’ constitutional rights.
“It has been an incredible honor to serve the people of House District 25 in the Legislature these last few years,” said Rep. Post. “During this time, I have held steadfast in my pledge to oppose unnecessary tax increases and job-killing regulations. I have also fought every day to protect the constitutional rights of Oregonians, including the unborn. I am proud of my record and hope to once again earn the support of Keizer, St. Paul and Newberg residents.”
Throughout his legislative career Rep. Post has been a vocal opponent of gun control measures and pro-abortion legislation. During the 2017 session, he fought vigorously against SB 719, a constitutionally tenuous gun control bill, as well as HB 3391, which allocated taxpayer dollars to fund expanded pregnancy termination procedures in Oregon. Rep. Post has also been a champion for Oregon farmers and small businesses, earning a 100% rating from both the Oregon Farm Bureau and the National Federation of Independent Business in Oregon.
Representative Post was first elected to the Oregon House in 2014. He currently serves on the House Judiciary Committee, House Economic Development and Trade Committee and the House Committee on Veterans and Emergency Preparedness.