EDUCATION, Government, Salem

Newly-elected House District 32 Oregon House Rep. Suzanne Weber appointed to House Committee on Education

Suzanne Weber. Photo courtesy of the Suzanne Weber campaign

Newly sworn-in House District 32 Oregon House Representative Suzanne Weber (Republican/Independent-Tillamook) has been appointed by Speaker of the House Tina Kotek (D-Portland) to the position of vice-chair of the House Committee on Education.

Kotek did not release an official statement as to how she decided to appoint Weber, but previous observations made by Tillamook city and county residents indicate Weber’s three-decades-long career in primary education suggests many of her constituents believe the newly-elected Oregon legislative representative is more than qualified to assume the role as vice-chair of the House education committee, even if she is in her freshman term as an Oregon legislator. 

“It’s quite an honor, I have to say,” Weber said. “I was appointed by (Speaker) Kotek, who . . .

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