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Beaverton Valley Times

Ginny Burdick confirmed for regional power council seat

The Southwest Portland Democrat starts her term on Nov. 1, when she will vacate the Senate District 18 seat.Sen. Ginny Burdick was confirmed for one of Oregon's two seats on the Northwest Power and Conservation Council. The Oregon Senate voted 23-6 on Thursday, May 13, to confirm Gov. Kate Brown's nomination of the Democrat from Portland. Burdick starts on the four-state council on Nov. 1, when she will have to resign her Senate seat after 25 years. Commissioners in Multnomah and Washington counties, where Senate District 18 falls, will choose a replacement nominated by Democrats. The appointee will serve until...
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Ginny Burdick will leave Oregon Senate after 25 years

Ginny Burdick will step away this fall from the Oregon Senate, where she has been its current longest-serving member for 25 years. But the Democrat from Portland, who is Gov. Kate Brown's next nominee to the Northwest Power and Conservation Council, said she's not ready to leave Salem just yet. The council seat is held by Richard Devlin of Tualatin, also a former legislator, who wants to stay on until the latest energy plan is completed.
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Ginny Burdick will leave Oregon Senate after 25 years

Veteran Portland Democrat will delay her next post on the Northwest Power Council until Nov. 1. Ginny Burdick will step away this fall from the Oregon Senate, where she has been its current longest-serving member for 25 years. But the Democrat from Portland, who is Gov. Kate Brown's next nominee...
Portland, ORWWEEK

Sen. Ginny Burdick Will Step Down After Session

State Sen. Ginny Burdick (D-Portland), who has served a quarter century in the Oregon Legislature, will step down after this legislative session, she tells WW. Burdick’s name was among 76 political appointments announced by Gov. Kate Brown last week. Brown appointed Burdick to the Pacific Northwest Electric Power and Conservation Planning Council. Burdick cannot hold a seat on the council while serving in the Legislature.
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