|Former candidate for|
|Oregon House of Representatives, District 42|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 4, 2014|
|High school||Marshall High School, 1990|
|Bachelor's||Brown University, 1994|
|Profession||Owner of Orca Tutoring Services|
Keizer earned his bachelor's degree in Biology and Geology from Brown University in 1994. His professional experience includes owning Orca Tutoring Services since 2011 and the co-founder of Oregonians for Renewable Energy Policy (OREP) since 2008.
Keizer's campaign website highlighted the following issues:
Protect Oregon's Natural Beauty
- Excerpt: "As a native Oregonian and an avid hiker, Teddy cares deeply about keeping Oregon green. He has already helped pass legislation expanding Oregon's landmark Bottle Bill. Teddy has also served on the OLCV Multnomah County Steering Committee, volunteering his time to conservation issues. Teddy also supports tough new standards to prevent dumping of toxins in our rivers while encouraging collaboration between businesses and government to keep our rivers clean."
Promote Sustainable Economic Development
- Excerpt: "Teddy Keizer will advocate for job creation and sustainable economic growth. In 2008, Teddy co-founded the nonprofit Oregonians for Renewable Energy Progress (OREP). With years of experience, Teddy has worked to create a stable environment for small, local solar companies. By creating new financing mechanisms for solar installations, there is the potential to create thousands of new family wage jobs right here in Oregon."
Make Health Care More Affordable
- Excerpt: "As a legislator, I will advocate for a single statewide system of publicly funded health care in Oregon, where every family would enjoy better care regardless of how poor, sick, or unemployed they might be. We need a health care system that puts money into health care, not administration, allowing all Oregon families to afford the care they need."
Make our schools a model for the nation
- Excerpt: "As a legislator, Teddy will also commit to working on lowering the cost of higher education by reinvesting in Oregon's public universities, community colleges, and trade schools."
Ensure that All Oregonians are Treated Equally
- Excerpt: "All Oregonians, regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender deserve to be treated with fairness and respect. This is why Teddy has dedicated his time to volunteer with Basic Rights Oregon to work toward passing Marriage Equality legislation in Oregon. He is a strong supporter of a woman's right to choose and he serves on the board of NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon."
Elections for the office of Oregon House of Representatives took place in 2014. A primary election took place on May 20, 2014. The general election was held on November 4, 2014. The signature-filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in this election was March 11, 2014. Rob Nosse defeated John Sweeney, Kathleen O'Brien, Dan Shaw, Don Gavitte and Teddy Keizer in the Democratic primary. Nosse also ran on the Working Families Party ticket. Bruce Alexander Knight ran as a Libertarian candidate. Nosse defeated Knight in the general election.
|Oregon House of Representatives, District 42 Democratic Primary, 2014|
In 2014, Keizer's endorsements included the following:
- Oregon League of Conservation Voters (OLCV)
- Sierra Club
- NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon
- Bike Walk Vote
- SMART Transportation Oregon
- Governor Barbara Roberts
- Secretary of State Bill Bradbury
- State Senator Arnie Roblan
- State Senator Chris Edwards
- State Senator Rod Monroe
Keizer and his wife, Ann, have two children.
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- Oregon State Senate elections, 2014
- Oregon State Legislature
- Oregon House of Representatives
- Oregon House of Representatives District 42
- Official campaign website
- Teddy Keizer on Facebook
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Oregon Secretary of State - Candidate list
- Official campaign website, "Meet Teddy," accessed April 28, 2014
- Official campaign website, "Issues," accessed April 28, 2014
- Associated Press, "2014 Oregon House of Representatives Primary Results," accessed May 20, 2014
- Oregon Secretary of State, "Candidate Filing," accessed March 17, 2014
- Official campaign website, "Supporters," accessed April 28, 2014