VOTE for Mark Meek for State Representative because integrity and competence matter! Mark’s experience and professionalism will be an added value at the State level.
Dedicated To His Family
Mark and his wife, Cindy, have been married for more than 30 years and have two grown sons. Jacob is a junior at Oregon State University and Mark II holds an MBA in Finance and works in Lake Oswego. Mark was the first in his family to graduate high school and then went on to graduate from Park College in Parkville, Missouri. He is pleased that his sons are following in his footsteps. Mark and Cindy have called House District 40 home for over a decade and in that time have been involved in civic leadership and volunteerism.
Mark Meek is a longtime Gladstone resident who served in the U.S. Air Force, owns a small business, coached high school football, serves on the Planning Commission and raised his family here. Growing up, Mark’s family needed government assistance to put food on the table and he worked his way through college, so he knows what it’s like to struggle. He sees hard-working people in our community struggle with the rising cost of living while incomes are flat. Mark will work hard to pass paid family and medical leave, increase college scholarships, invest in Clackamas Community College and increase affordable housing. Mark will invest in our schools to provide smaller class sizes and increase graduation rates because education can still unlock the door to opportunity, as it did for him.
We’re endorsing Mark Meek because of his strong commitment to reproductive rights.
Finding affordable housing has become very difficult, especially for young couples starting out and for seniors. Mark Meek has the skills to help create solutions for the housing crisis.
A lot of local educators support Mark Meek because he supports us, our students, and our schools.
Democratic voters should support Mark Meek, a real estate broker and small business owner whose long history of civic involvement includes service on Clackamas County’s economic development and planning commissions.
Mark Meek really gets that we not only need good-paying jobs in our area, but we have to have the programs to train and educate workers to attract those jobs.
Mark’s plan to ensure that the Willamette Falls Legacy project remains a top priority at the state and national level will benefit our entire region