|Member of the Oregon House of Representatives
from the 8th district
|Preceded by||Floyd Prozanski|
|Born||January 1954 (age 61)
Early career and education
Holvey began his career as an apprentice in the carpentry industry, which led him into later becoming a journeyman in the carpenters union. As a carpenter, foreman, and project superintendent, Holvey has worked in Oregon, Washington, California and Alaska. Holvey attended Lane Community College and Central Washington University, and received a certificate from the University of Oregon's Labor Education and Research Center.
Holvey was appointed to the Oregon House of Representatives in January 2004, to replace Floyd Prozanski, who had resigned to accept an appointment to a seat in the state Senate. He was elected to the seat in November 2004.
- Oregon State House - Paul Holvey official government website
- Project Vote Smart - Representative Paul R. Holvey (OR) profile
- Follow the Money - Paul R Holvey
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