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2024: Oregon Statewide Elections

Oregon's constitutionally elected statewide officers impact students and public schools in broad and wide-ranging ways. Ensuring these offices are held by champions for public education has never been more important.
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Oregon's Constitutional Offices

In 2024, Oregonians will be voting in three races for statewide constitutional offices: 

  1. Oregon Secretary of State
  2. Oregon Treasurer
  3. Oregon Attorney General

Educators from across the state joined together in Eugene to participate in the Oregon Education Association’s Political Action Committee (OEA-PAC) convention. Delegates heard directly from candidates running for state and federal office, engaged with candidates during question-and-answer forums, and voted to make endorsements. Over the two-day event, OEA members made the following endorsements:

2024 Endorsements

Oregon Secretary of State: Tobias Read
Oregon Treasurer: Elizabeth Steiner
Oregon Attorney General: Dan Rayfield

Keeping the Promise of Quality Public Education

The Oregon Education Association (OEA) is a union committed to the cause of providing the basic right of great public education to every student. OEA represents about 41,000 educators working in pre-kindergarten through grade 12 public schools and community colleges. OEA’s membership includes licensed teachers and specialists, classified/education support professionals (ESPs), community college faculty, retired educators, and student members. OEA members also belong to the 3.2 million members of the National Education Association (NEA).