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Lynn Howe

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Lynn Howe
Candidate for
Oregon State House District 6

Political party Democratic
Profession Nurse
Website Campaign website
Lynn Howe was a Democratic candidate for District 6 of the Oregon House of Representatives. The primary election was on May 18, 2010 and the general election was on November 2, 2010.


See also: Oregon House of Representatives elections, 2010

Howe was defeated in the November 2 general election by incumbent Sal Esquivel (R).[1]


Campaign themes

Howe's campaign website lists three main issues:

  • Oregon Jobs: "Lynn knows too many small businesses are being shut out by the big banks. That’s why Lynn will fight for more access to capital to help small companies grow. And Lynn will demand that banks and lenders are finally subject to the same laws as other Oregon businesses."
  • Better Schools: "It will take good schools to keep businesses in the Rogue Valley and attract new ones to Medford. That’s why Lynn strongly supports giving our citizens the training they need for the jobs of Oregon’s next economy."
  • Clearing Obstacles to Business: "She will support new laws to make it easier to start a business in Oregon and hire new workers. And she will work to streamline government and improve oversight of public pension funds invested on Wall Street."


Campaign Address

Committee to Elect Lynn Howe

40 S. Central Avenue

Medford OR 97501

Campaign Phone


Campaign email

To email campaign use the web form here.

External links


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