"Pam Treece has impressed us with a vigorous campaign and well-rounded knowledge of Washington County issues, and we believe she deserves a four-year term on the Board of Commissioners from District 2." - Hillsboro & Portland Tribunes, Pamplin Media

“Pam is already a prominent voice on affordable housing, transportation, and job retention and creation in Washington County. I am excited to support someone with her skills and leadership for the Board of Commissioners.” - Tom Hughes, Metro President and former Hillsboro Mayor

"When I was elected back in 1994, I did not know half of what Pam does. With her knowledge of the county, her deep roots in the community, and her passion for bettering the lives of our residents, she is going to be able to jump in and be a great commissioner." - Andy Duyck, Washington County Chair

“Pam is a longtime leader in this community and I think she will make an excellent Commissioner. Her demonstrated ability to collaborate and her passion for bettering the lives of Washington County residents is exactly what we need.” - Aron Carleson, Former Hillsboro City Council President

"We need someone favorable to education that understands the benefits to our community of working together with the school district and with businesses to make this an outstanding place to live!" - LeeAnn Larsen, Beaverton School Board Director

"I've represented District 2 and I believe Pam is the best choice to represent this district moving forward. She's knowledgeable, experienced, and I'm excited to be supporting her." - Kathy Christy, former Washington County Commissioner, District 2

“I am supporting Pam because of her strong background in education and business, and her understanding of the need for strong leadership in Washington County -- especially in today’s political climate.” - John Leeper, former Washington County Commissioner, District 2

"I've worked with Pam on issues affecting Washington County and she is a collaborative leader who will be able to work with local mayors in the region to achieve results for District 2 residents. Pam is well suited for the role of commissioner and I encourage others to join me in supporting her." - John Cook, Mayor of Tigard

“Pam will be terrific as a Washington County Commissioner. She understands the issues that need to be resolved as Washington County continues to be the economic engine of Oregon: transportation and traffic issues; affordable and workforce housing, and attracting top talent!" - Jennifer Kuiper, Sherwood City Councilor 

"It has been my pleasure to work with Pam over the years on issues of regional significance, including the growth of jobs, housing, and transportation. Her depth of experience and connections will make her a great commissioner." - Tim Leavitt, Mayor of Vancouver

"As a retired principal, I know firsthand what our schools and students need. Pam has demonstrated her effectiveness in the educational realm. The Washington County Commission will benefit from her experience." - Don Dunbar, Former Beaverton School District Principal

"IBEW has partnered with Pam on regional issues for years. She shares our values about needing to invest in good paying jobs for our residents and she can work between business and labor to make it happen. She will make a great addition to the Washington County Commission and we're excited to be supporting her candidacy." - International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 48

"Pam has a proven record of working between business and labor to protect good paying jobs and keep our economy strong. She prioritizes living wages and worker safety, and we're looking forward to having her voice on the Board of Commissioners." - Oregon & Southern Idaho District Council of Laborers

“Pam has been a long standing advocate for working people and family wage jobs which is why the NW Carpenters Union is proud to endorse her candidacy. She is a forward thinking leader who will do great things as Washington County Commissioner." - NW Carpenters Union

"Pam is an animal lover and a lifelong advocate for animals, large and small. Her passion for promoting animal welfare in Washington County will make her a great addition to the Board of Commissioners." - Humane Oregon

"Pam Treece has demonstrated business and economic development leadership. Her background in policy and in-depth knowledge of business issues through her experience as Executive Director of the Westside Economic Alliance gives her a bounty of skills to take on the challenges facing Washington County." - Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce