Michael Bieker

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Michael Bieker
Candidate for
Oregon State House District 33

Political party Republican
Profession Health Care Consultant
Website Campaign website
Michael Bieker was a Republican candidate for District 33 of the Oregon House of Representatives. The primary election was on May 18, 2010 and the general election was on November 2.


See also: Oregon House of Representatives elections, 2010

Bieker was defeated in the November 2 general election by incumbent Mitch Greenlick (D).[1]


Campaign themes

Bieker's campaign website lists three main issues:

  • Taxes in a Flat Economy: "Until the economy recovers, we should avoid any new tax increases. Additionally, as representative, I would like to dig into the books to try to clear some expenses that are not needed at this time. I also feel it is important for our state to be creative and look at other revenue sources beyond taxes and parking tickets... I am strongly opposed to the addition of any sales tax in our state without completely removing an existing tax such as income or property."
  • Education: "I’m concerned that student achievement is falling while our drop-out rate is rising. Developing the youth is the best long-term investment our state can make. I support putting more dollars directly into classrooms, performance auditing for schools and more professional development for teachers. I also support developing students through sports, music, and volunteer activities. Additionally, I would like to create opportunities for members of our private sector to transition into helpful roles in the classroom."
  • Healthcare: "As a health care consultant, I have helped medical providers be in a position to better serve their patients, hire more nurses, and afford new-life saving equipment. As State Representative, I will work to make health care more accessible to Oregon families. I’m a firm believer in information transparency to individual consumers. I will use my industry experience to fix inefficiencies in our health care system and support reforms that will help more Oregonians afford health insurance."


Campaign Address

11056 Northwest Malia Lane

Portland, OR 97229

Campaign Phone

Phone: 503-709-6143

Fax: 503-616-3632

Campaign email


External links


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