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Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.)

NRCC Chairman

District: 2nd District
Political Highlights: Ore. House, 1989-95; Ore. Senate, 1995-97; U.S. House of Representatives, 1999-present
Born: Jan. 10, 1957; The Dalles, Ore.
Residence: Hood River
Religion: Episcopalian
Family: Wife, Mylene Walden; two children (one deceased)
Education: U. of Alaska, attended 1974-75; U. of Oregon, B.S. 1981
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 1998 (9th term)
Committee Assignments: Energy & Commerce (Communications & Technology - Chairman)

Election History
2014generalGreg Walden (R) 202,37470.4
Aelea Christofferson (D) 73,78525.7
Sharon Durbin (LIBERT) 10,4913.7
2012generalGreg Walden (R) 228,04368.6
Joyce Segers (D) 96,74129.1
Joe Tabor (LIBERT) 7,0252.1
2010generalGreg Walden (R) 206,24573.9
Joyce Segers (D) 72,17325.9
2008generalGreg Walden (R) 236,56069.5
Noah Lemas (D) 87,64925.8
Tristin Mock (PACGRN) 9,6682.8
Richard Hake (CNSTP) 5,8171.7
2006generalGreg Walden (R) 181,52966.8
Carol Voisin (D) 82,48430.4
Jack Brown (CNSTP) 7,1932.6
2004generalGreg Walden (R) 248,46171.6
John McColgan (D) 88,91425.6
Jim Lindsay (LIBERT) 4,7921.4
Jack Brown (I) 4,0601.2
2002generalGreg Walden (R) 181,29571.9
Peter Buckley (D) 64,99125.8
Mike Wood (LIBERT) 5,6812.3
2000generalGreg Walden (R) 220,08673.6
Walter Ponsford (D) 78,10126.1
1998generalGreg Walden (R) 132,31661.5
Kevin Campbell (D) 74,92434.8
Lindsey Bradshaw (LIBERT) 4,7292.2
Rohn Webb (S) 2,7731.3
Roll Call Vitals


Oregon is 26th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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