Emerson Levy - House District #53
Emerson is a mom, attorney, and community leader and volunteer. Her priorities will include affordable housing, expanding childcare options, and making our schools resilient and safe.
Learn more about Emerson at https://www.emersonvotes.com.
Emerson's endorsements include:
WinPAC: (The Women’s Investment Network Political Action Committee) Supports pro-choice democrats running for Oregon Legislature.
NOW: (National Organization for Women- Oregon) An organization with the mission of bringing equality to all women.
SEIU Local 49 and Local 503: (Service Employees International Union) Representing service workers, manufacturing workers, health care workers, nonprofit workers, and local and state government employees.
BEA: (Bend Education Association) Representing over 1,100 employees working for the Bend-La Pine School District #1.
Cascade Uniserv407: Local union representing educators in Redmond.
Some of Emerson's supporters include:
Ellen Rosenblum, Oregon Attorney General
Courtney Neron, State Representative
Alissa Keny-Guyer, Former State Representative
Casey Kulla, Yamhill County Commissioner
Jamie McLeod-Skinner, Jefferson County ESD
Hoa Nguyễn, School Board Director, David Douglas District
Alan Unger, COCC Board Chair
Erica Skatvold, COCC Board Member
Anthony Broadman, Bend City Councilor
Melanie Kebler, Bend City Councilor
Deb Schoen, Vice-Chair, Bend Park & Recreation District
Nathan Hovekamp, Director, Bend Park & Recreation District
Liz Goodrich, Redmond Community Leader
Nancy Boever, Bend Community Activist
Caroline Skidmore, Small Business Owner
Shan Yamamoto, Attorney
Havilah Brodhead, Nurse Practitioner and Small Business Owner
Brian Lepore, Local Farmer
Erick Petersen, Local Entrepreneur
Tessah Danel, Banking Executive
Becky Nickerson-Schechtman, Small Business Owner