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Sen. Tim Knopp dismayed by Oregon Democrats’ ‘deeply partisan’ choice for Senate president

SALEM, Ore. – On Friday, Senate Democrats met at Salishan Resort to choose their nominee for Senate president, in the wake of Peter Courtney's retirement. The choice of Senator Rob Wagner, D-Lake Oswego, "suggests a concerning new direction," according to Senate Republican Leader Tim Knopp, R-Bend, who issued this statement: “Oregonians are facing a number of crises that The post Sen. Tim Knopp dismayed by Oregon Democrats’ ‘deeply partisan’ choice for Senate president appeared first on KTVZ.
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SENATOR TIM KNOPP ELECTED REPUBLICAN LEADER

On Friday, the Oregon Senate Republican Caucus elected Senator Tim Knopp as the new GOP leader. Knopp replaced Senator Fred Girod, who reportedly stepped down for health reasons. Knopp said, “I want to thank Senator Girod for his leadership over the last year and a half. He has been a...
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Oregon Senate GOP leader steps down abruptly; Tim Knopp takes over

State Sen. Fred Girod (R-Lyons) on Friday voluntarily stepped down as Republican Leader for health reasons. The caucus elected Bend Sen. Tim Knopp as the new Republican leader. The rest of the leadership team remained unchanged. “I want to thank Senator Girod for his leadership over the last year and...
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Sen. Tim Knopp elected to be the new Oregon Republican leader

Senator Tim Knopp (R-Bend) was elected to be the new Republican leader. This comes as Senator Fred Girod (R-Lyons) voluntarily stepped down for health reasons, according to Oregon Senate Republicans. Officials say the rest of the leadership team remained unchanged. Senator Knopp released a statement Friday, writing:. “I want to...
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