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News Release
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Oregon State Fire Fighters Council Endorses Dacia Grayber For Oregon House District 35. (Photo) - 01/13/20

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Salem, OR – The Oregon State Fire Fighters Council Executive Board, on behalf of the 3500 Professional Firefighters in Oregon, voted earlier this week to endorse Dacia Grayber for Oregon House District 35.

Dacia has over a decade of fire service experience and currently serves as a firefighter/paramedic with Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue.  She serves as the Chair of the Equity and Inclusion Committee for the Tualatin Valley Firefighters Union – IAFF Local 1660.

House District 35 will be an open seat after Representative Margaret Doherty announced her retirement earlier this year.  “Representative Doherty has been a champion for firefighters and workers in Oregon.  We thank her for her service said Karl Koenig, President of the Oregon State Fire Fighters Council.  Dacia has a long career in the fire service, and she understands the pivotal role fire fighters play in protecting the citizens of Oregon.”

On Tuesday January 14th, Oregon Labor Commissioner Val Hoyle will introduce Dacia Grayber to Oregon State Fire Fighters Council members attending an annual Education Event in Salem Oregon this week.  Dacia will then address the conference about her candidacy.  This event is located at the Salem Convention Center, 200 Commercial Street SE, Salem, OR 97301.

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The Oregon State Firefighters Council represents over 3500 Professional Firefighters throughout Oregon, this includes all of the Professional Firefighters in the Portland Metro Area.


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