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Oregon: Thank the Legislators Who Fought to Protect Your Rights

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Oregon: Thank the Legislators Who Fought to Protect Your Rights

Despite the passage of Senate Bill 941, it’s important that the legislators in the Oregon Senate and House of Representatives who stood strong to protect your rights know that their efforts are appreciated.  Below is a list of those legislators who held firm and voted against Senate Bill 941.  Please take a minute to show your gratitude and thank them for fighting to protect your Second Amendment rights.

As reported on Monday, Governor Brown signed into law the deeply flawed legislation which expands background checks to private firearms transfers. The background check portion of this bill will take effect August 9, 2015.  SB 941 passed by a narrow margin despite overwhelming opposition from NRA members, law enforcement, county commissioners and gun owners throughout Oregon.

Oregon state Senators who voted in opposition to SB 941:

Senator Herman Baertschiger Jr. (R-2)
(503) 986-1702
Sen.HermanBaertschiger@state.or.us  

Senator Brian Boquist (R-12)
(503) 986-1712
Sen.BrianBoquist@state.or.us   

Senator Ted Ferrioli (R-30)
(503) 986-1950
Sen.TedFerrioli@state.or.us  

Senator Fred Girod (R-9)
(503) 986-1709
Sen.fredGirod@state.or.us

Senator Bill Hansell (R-29)
(503) 986-1729
Sen.BillHansell@state.or.us  

Senator Betsy Johnson (D-16)
(503) 986-1716
Sen.BetsyJohnson@state.or.us  

Senator Tim Knopp (R-27)
(503) 986-1727
Sen.TimKnopp@state.or.us  

Senator Jeff Kruse (R-1)
(503) 986-1701
Sen.JeffKruse@state.or.us  

Senator Alan Olsen (R-20)
(503) 986-1720
Sen.AlanOlsen@state.or.us  

Senator Kim Thatcher (R-13)
(503) 986-1713
Sen.KimThatcher@state.or.us  

Senator Chuck Thomsen (R-26)
(503) 986-1726
Sen.ChuckThomsen@state.or.us  

Senator Doug Whitsett (R-28)
(503) 986-1728
Sen.DougWhitsett@state.or.us  

Senator Jackie Winters (R-10)
(503) 986-1710
Sen.JackieWinters@state.or.us  

Oregon state Representatives who voted in opposition to SB 941:

Representative Jeff Barker (D-28)
(503) 986-1428
Rep.JeffBarker@state.or.us  

Representative Greg Barreto (R-58)
(503) 986-1458
Rep.GregBarreto@state.or.us

Representative Cliff Bentz (R-60)
(503) 986-1460
Rep.CliffBentz@state.or.us

Representative Knute Buehler (R-54)
(503) 986-1454
Rep.KnuteBuehler@state.or.us  

Representative John Davis (R-26)
(503) 986-1426
Rep.JohnDavis@state.or.us  

Representative Sal Esquivel (R-6)
(503) 986-1406
Rep.SalEsquivel@state.or.us

Representative Vic Gilliam (R-18)
(503) 986-1418
Rep.VicGilliam@state.or.us

Representative Jodi Hack (R-19)
(503) 986-1419
Rep.JodiHack@state.or.us

Representative Cedric Hayden (R-7)
(503) 986-1407
Rep.CedricHayden@state.or.us

Representative Dallas Heard (R-2)
(503) 986-1402
Rep.DallasHeard@state.or.us

Representative John Huffman (R-59)
(503) 986-1459
Rep.JohnHuffman@state.or.us

Representative Mark Johnson (R-52)
(503) 986-1452
Rep.MarkJohnson@state.or.us

Representative Bill Kennemer (R-39)
(503) 986-1439
Rep.BillKennemer@state.or.us

Representative Wayne Krieger (R-1)
(503) 986-1401
Rep.WayneKrieger@state.or.us

Representative Caddy McKeown (D-9)
(503) 986-1409
Rep.CaddyMcKeown@state.or.us

Representative Mike McLane (R-55)
(503) 986-1455
Rep.MikeMcLane@state.or.us

Representative Mike Nearman (R-23)
(503) 986-1423
Rep.MikeNearman@state.or.us

Representative Andy Olson (R-15)
(503) 986-1415
Rep.AndyOlson@state.or.us

Representative Julie Parrish (R-37)
(503) 986-1437
Rep.JulieParrish@state.or.us

Representative Bill Post (R-25)
(503) 986-1425
Rep.BillPost@state.or.us

Representative Greg Smith (R-57)
(503) 986-1457
Rep.GregSmith@state.or.us

Representative Sherrie Sprenger (R-17)
(503) 986-1417
Rep.SherrieSprenger@state.or.us

Representative Duane Stark (R-4)
(503) 986-1404
Rep.DuaneStark@state.or.us

Representative Jim Weidner (R-24)
(503) 986-1424
Rep.JimWeidner@state.or.us

Representative Gene Whisnant (R-53)
(503) 986-1453
Rep.GeneWhisnant@state.or.us

Representative Gail Whitsett (R-56)
(503) 986-1456
Rep.GailWhitsett@state.or.us

Representative Carl Wilson (R-3)
(503) 986-1403
Rep.CarlWilson@state.or.us

Representative Brad Witt (D-31)
(503) 986-1431
Rep.BradWitt@state.or.us

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