Elections, politics, Salem

Weber, Witt receive nomination from Independent Party of Oregon in legislative races

Suzanne Weber. Photo courtesy of Weber campaign

The Independent Party of Oregon (IPO) announced it awarded the group’s nomination for Oregon House District 32 to Tillamook Mayor Suzanne Weber.

A press release from Weber's campaign said the nomination comes “in another nod to (Weber's) record of nonpartisan accomplishment.”

Weber, who is now in her 18th year serving the Tillamook municipal government, is officially registered with the Oregon Secretary of State’s office as a member of the Republican party. 

“I’m honored by the Independent Party’s nomination,” Weber said. “I’ve spent 18 years as a nonpartisan city councilor and now mayor. My goal has always been and always will be achieving results for the people I represent. I don’t care about anyone’s political affiliation (and) I don’t care what letter . . .

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