Treece wins District 2 seat

Pam Treece scored a convincing win on Tuesday night, securing over 58% of the vote. She will take office as District 2's Commissioner in January 2019. 

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See Pam's new television ad!

Have you seen Pam's new ad on television yet? If not, check it out here! 

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Portland & Hillsboro Tribunes Endorse Pam Treece

The Portland and Hillsboro Tribunes endorse Pam Treece for Washington County Commission, District 2!

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Treece makes priorities available in Spanish

¡Estoy emocionada de anunciar que mi sitio web ya está disponible en español!

I'm excited to announce that my website is now available in Spanish!

 

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Treece Voters' Pamphlet Statement highlights priorities, strong support

Ahead of ballots being mailed at the end of April, Washington County Elections has made candidates' Voters' Pamphlet Statements public. Pam Treece's, available here, highlights her broad range of experience, her priorities, and the strong support behind her candidacy. 

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Pam Treece holding series of Town Halls

Pam Treece has been hosting a series of Town Halls all over District 2, including in Cedar Mill, Cedar Hills, Amberglen, and Bethany. These town halls offer residents an opportunity to meet Pam and discuss with her the issues they face. 

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Pam Treece Ends Year With Broad Base of Support

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Treece has amassed a strong list of endorsers, including local elected officials, business groups, and organized labor.

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Governor Barbara Roberts endorses Pam Treece

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Pam Treece, who announced her candidacy for Washington County Commissioner, District 2, in September, has secured early endorsements from Governor Barbara Roberts, Metro President Tom Hughes, and former Hillsboro City Council President Aron Carleson.

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Pam Treece announces candidacy for District 2

Pam Treece of Beaverton says she will bring a lifetime of varied experience — including five years as executive director of the Westside Economic Alliance — if she is elected District 2 Washington County commissioner.

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