Kitty Harmon

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Kitty Harmon
Candidate for
Oregon State House District 44

Political party Republican
Website Campaign website
Kitty Harmon was a Republican candidate for District 44 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

Harmon was defeated in the November 2 general election by incumbent Tina Kotek (D).[1]


Campaign themes

Harmon's campaign website lists two main issues:

  • Spending: "Spending on the federal, state and local levels—is completely out of control. Governments must immediately do what any sensible business or family does in tough times: carefully evaluate expenses and modify or delete any non-essential outlays. Real economic growth, not inflated claims or bogus numbers, must be our number one priority in this state. I am willing to take an unbiased look at every single state program in order to best serve fellow Oregonians."
  • Special Interests: "Salem is a mess, with special interests and sweetheart deals running rampant. I stand against that kind of undue influence. How do you know I won’t be the pawn of special interests myself when I am elected? Look at my campaign finances! The vast majority of donations to my campaign are from individual Oregonians. No unions, no lobbyists, no special interest PACs of any kind. Just regular citizens, fed up with the status quo."


Campaign Address

8105 N. Haven Avenue Portland, OR 97203

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