64th Oregon Legislative Assembly

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64th Oregon Legislative Assembly
Oregon State Capitol rotunda.jpg
Interior of the rotunda at the Capitol Building
Legislative body Oregon Legislative Assembly
Country United States
State Oregon
Meeting place Oregon State Capitol
Term 1987–1988
Oregon State Senate
Members 30 Senators
Senate President John Kitzhaber
Majority Leader Bill Bradbury
Minority Leader Tony Meeker
Party control Democratic Party
Oregon House of Representatives
Members 60 Representatives
Speaker of the House Vera Katz
Party control Democratic Party
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The sixty-fourth Oregon Legislative Assembly convened for its regular session from January 12 to June 28, 1987, a total of 168 days.[1]

Both chambers were controlled by the Democratic Party of Oregon. The House speaker was Vera Katz (D–10 Portland), and the Senate president was John Kitzhaber (D–23 Roseburg).

Democrat Neil Goldschmidt was governor of Oregon during the 64th legislature.

Senate[edit]

Affiliation Members
  Democratic 17
  Republican 13
 Total
30
 Government Majority
4

House[edit]

Affiliation Members
  Democratic 31
  Republican 29
 Total
60
 Government Majority
2
District Representative Residence Counties Party
1 Bruce Hugo Scappoose Columbia, Washington Democratic
2 Tom Hanlon Cannon Beach Clatsop, Columbia, Washington Democratic
3 Paul Hanneman Cloverdale Tillamook, Lincoln, Polk,
Washington, Yamhill
Republican
4 Don Butsch Newport Benton, Lane, Lincoln Republican
5 Al Young Hillsboro Washington Democratic
6 Delna Jones Aloha Washington Republican
7 Ted L. Calouri Beaverton Washington Republican
8 Mary Alice Ford Portland Washington Republican
9 Paul Phillips Tigard Washington Republican
10 Vera Katz Portland Multnomah Democratic
11 Tom L. Mason Portland Multnomah Democratic
12 Richard S. Springer Portland Multnomah Democratic
13 Judy Bauman Portland Multnomah Democratic
14 Shirley Gold Portland Multnomah Democratic
15 Gene Sayler Portland Multnomah Republican
16 Ron McCarty Portland Multnomah Democratic
17 Mike Burton Portland Multnomah Democratic
18 Margaret Carter Portland Multnomah Democratic
19 Ron Cease Portland Multnomah Democratic
20 John Minnis Portland Multnomah Republican
21 Lonnie J. Roberts Portland Multnomah Democratic
22 Rick Kotulski Corbett Multnomah, Clackamas Democratic
23 Robert R. Shiprack Beavercreek Clackamas Democratic
24 Randy Miller Lake Oswego Clackamas Republican
25 Dave McTeague Milwaukie Clackamas Democratic
26 Larry Sowa Oregon City Clackamas Democratic
27 Darlene Hooley 1 West Linn Clackamas, Washington Democratic
Judie Hammerstad 1 Lake Oswego
28 Fred Parkinson Silverton Marion Republican
29 Stan Bunn Dayton Marion, Yamhill Republican
30 Jeff Gilmour Jefferson Marion, Linn Democratic
31 Rocky Barilla Salem Marion, Polk Democratic
32 Charles A. Sides Salem Marion Republican
33 Michael J. Kopetski Keizer Marion, Polk Democratic
34 John Schoon Rickreall Benton, Polk Republican
35 Tony VanVliet Corvallis Benton Republican
36 Mike McCracken Albany Linn, Benton Democratic
37 Liz VanLeeuwen Halsey Linn Republican
38 Cedric Hayden Fall Creek Clackamas, Lane, Linn, Marion Republican
39 Ron Eachus 2 Eugene Lane Democratic
Jim Edmunson 2
40 Carl Hosticka Eugene Lane Democratic
41 David Dix Eugene Lane Democratic
42 Bill Dwyer Springfield Lane Democratic
43 Larry Campbell Eugene Lane, Douglas Republican
44 Peg L. Jolin Cottage Grove Lane, Douglas Democratic
45 Verner Anderson Roseburg Douglas Republican
46 Bill Markham Riddle Douglas, Jackson Republican
47 Jim Whitty Coos Bay Douglas, Coos Democratic
48 Walter Schroeder Gold Beach Curry, Coos Republican
49 George Trahern 3 Grants Pass Josephine Republican
Bob Repine 3
50 George Gilman Central Point Jackson Republican
51 Eldon Johnson Medford Jackson, Josephine Republican
52 Nancy D. Peterson Ashland Jackson Democratic
53 Bernie Agrons Klamath Falls Klamath Democratic
54 Bob Pickard Bend Klamath, Deschutes Republican
55 Bill C. Bellamy Culver Jefferson, Deschutes Republican
56 Wayne H. Fawbush Hood River Gilliam, Wasco, Hood River,
Sherman, Wheeler
Democratic
57 Charles R. Norris Hermiston Umatilla Republican
58 Robert A. Brogoitti La Grande Union, Wallowa Republican
59 Ray French Heppner Baker, Crook, Grant, Morrow Republican
60 Denny Jones Ontario Harney, Lake, Malheur Republican

1 Darlene Hooley resigned April 24, 1987 to accept appointment to the Washington County Board of Commissioners. Judie Hammerstad was appointed April 28, 1987 to fill the vacancy.

2 Ron Eachus resigned October 8, 1987 to accept appointment as Public Utility Commissioner. Jim Edmunson was appointed November 4, 1987 to fill the vacancy.

3 George Trahern resigned his House seat to accept appointment to the Senate in March 1988. Bob Repine was appointed to fill the vacancy.

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