Local legislator considers run for Lieutenant Governor

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Stan Stricker
Thursday, September 24, 2009

Assemblyman Brett Davis of Oregon tells WCLO's Stan Milam Show the state's on the wrong track, and that's why he's considering a run for Lieutenant Governor.

Davis, who serves Western Rock and most of Green County, says he knocks on 15,000 doors during an election cycle, and feels he knows the concerns of residents. Davis says the state needs leadership and a Lieutenant Governor can do more than what's been done in the past. His top issues including jobs, education, and health care.

He plans to make a formal announcement around the new year.

Last updated: 11:18 am Thursday, December 13, 2012

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