House District 24

General Election, November 8, 2016
Oregon House District 24
 Amity, Carlton Dayton, Dundee, Lafayette, McMinnville, Yamhill
There are only 2 candidates in this race, one Republican and one Democrat.  This was an open seat formerly occupied by Jim Weidner, who did not run for reelection.
1.  The Republican candidate is Ron Noble (Ronald H. Noble), of McMinnville.  He served as Chief of Police, city of McMinnville, from 2006 to 2014.  He was president of the Oregon Association of Chiefs of Police in 2013-2014.  Before coming to McMinnville, he was a Police Lieutenant for the City of Corvallis.  He is currently the Director of Public Safety, Linfield College.  
He replied to the Oregon Abigail Adams Voter Education Project survey including answers to the immigration-related questions:
19. Do you support restricting the "emergency clause" in legislation as true emergencies? “Yes.”                          
22. Do you support a constitutional amendment to require proof of U.S. citizenship to register to vote in Oregon?  “Yes.”
36. Do you support requiring all Oregon employers to use the federal E-Verify system to determine the employee's work eligibility status?  “Yes.”
42. How would you propose screening war refugees to prevent potential terrorists from entering Oregon with them?  “Our first responsibility is to ensure the safety of the people of Oregon.”
His campaign website  contains an About Me section with detailed biographical information.  There is a “Values” section which describes briefly his beliefs in these core areas:  Safe communities, A Growing Economy, and Transparent Government. 
You can email him at: or through the webform here.
2.  The Democratic Party candidate is Ken Moore (Kenneth B. Moore), of Yamhill.  He is a self-employed contractor with experience as an electrical engineer, farmer, and real estate manager.  His campaign website contains an Issues section with general statements grouped under these headings: Excellent Education, Economy That Works, People Not Politics.
He did not reply to the Oregon Abigail Adams Voter Education Survey, and there is no mention of immigration on his website, indicating that he does not consider immigration an important subject for consideration.
You can email him at: or through the webform here.