Tim Knopp

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Tim Knopp
Member of the Oregon Senate
from the 27th district
Incumbent
Assumed office
2012
Preceded by Chris Telfer
Constituency Bend, Redmond, Sunriver, and Tumalo.
Personal details
Born 09/30/1965
Portland, Oregon
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Melissa Knopp
Residence Bend, Oregon
Religion Christian

Tim Knopp is a Republican member of the Oregon Senate, representing the 27th District.[1] The former majority leader of the Oregon House of Representatives challenged incumbent Republican senator Chris Telfer in the 2012 primary elections. Knopp positioned himself as the more conservative candidate[2][3] and criticized Telfer's record on job creation.[2] He went on to win the primary and then the general election.

Personal life[edit]

Mr. Knopp is married to Melissa Knopp, and has four children, Emilie, Daniel, Reagan, and Grace.[4]

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