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Adopted Korean American Wins Republican Nomination for Oregon House District 34
Beaverton, or Brenden King (황문식 )

Beaverton, or Brenden King (황문식 ), a 27-year-old resident of Beaverton, Oregon has won the Republican nomination for House District 34 in the Oregon Legislature.

“I’m glad that Republicans in House District 34 have pledged their support to my campaign,” King said. “Between now and November, I will work really hard to reach out to all the voters in the area and make this a competitive race.”

Born in Pusan, South Korea, King was adopted through Holt International and raised by a Beaverton area family.

Throughout his upbringing, King developed an interest in politics and business.

After attending the University of Montana for two years, King returned to the Portland area in 2011. He currently works in the financial services industry.

King’s campaign goals are to improve statewide job growth, fund education, and to offer long term non-partisan solutions to the problems facing Oregonians.

“I think that it is important for Oregon voters to have the option of sending a moderate candidate in Salem who can help craft bills that look at both sides of the issue and won’t be swayed by special interests,” King said.If elected to the House, King said the issues most likely to come up in the next session would be on jobs, education and land use.

“The importance of having a moderate in the Oregon house is knowing that Oregon has been blessed by sustainable natural resources,” King said. “We can both harvest and meet our obligation to ensure that we don’t deplete them with carefully crafted laws that aren’t influenced by lobbyists. I believe that with a robust restoration programs we can successfully and responsibly both use and restore our resources so that future generations will be able to enjoy them as well.”

House District 34 is in Beaverton Oregon, a town outside of Portland Oregon.

Contact: Brenden King
971-238-4257
voteforbrenden@gmail.com




 

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