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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Victor G. Atiyeh
Politician
20-Feb-1923   Governor of Oregon, 1979-87
Les AuCoin
Politician
21-Oct-1942   Congressman from Oregon, 1975-93
Earl Blumenauer
Politician
16-Aug-1948   Congressman, Oregon 3rd
David B. Frohnmayer
Politician
9-Jul-1940   President, University of Oregon
Mark Hatfield
Politician
12-Jul-1922 7-Aug-2011 US Senator from Oregon, 1967-97
Darlene Hooley
Politician
4-Apr-1939   Congresswoman from Oregon, 1997-2009
Vera Katz
Politician
3-Aug-1933   Mayor of Portland Oregon, 1993-2005
John Kitzhaber
Politician
5-Mar-1947   Governor of Oregon
Mike Kopetski
Politician
27-Oct-1949   Congressman from Oregon, 1991-95
Ted Kulongoski
Politician
5-Nov-1940   Governor of Oregon, 2003-11
Connie McCready
Politician
21-Aug-1921 22-Dec-2000 Mayor of Portland Oregon, 1979-81
Jeff Merkley
Politician
24-Oct-1956   US Senator from Oregon
Maurine Brown Neuberger
Politician
9-Jan-1907 22-Feb-2000 US Senator from Oregon, 1960-67
Richard L. Neuberger
Politician
26-Dec-1912 9-Mar-1960 US Senator from Oregon, 1955-60
Bob Packwood
Politician
11-Sep-1932   Oregon Senator, sexual harrasser
James A. Redden
Politician
13-Mar-1929   US District Court Judge, Oregon
Barbara Roberts
Politician
21-Dec-1936   Governor of Oregon, 1991-95
Kurt Schrader
Politician
19-Oct-1951   Congressman, Oregon 5th
Robert F. Smith
Politician
16-Jun-1931   Congressman from Oregon, 1983-99
Greg Walden
Politician
10-Jan-1957   Congressman, Oregon 2nd


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