These are the candidates endorsed by your local Democrats. Not all elected offices will show an (R) or (D) on the ballot, but we can still offer endorsements. Endorsements were made by a vote of Precinct Committee Persons at open meetings.

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Federal

Jamie-McLeod-Skinner

Jamie McLeod-Skinner

Congress, OR-05

Bend, Sisters, across the mountains

candidate - 2022 - Yetter, Joe

Joe Yetter

Congress, OR-02

Most of Oregon east of the mountains

State

2022 Stephenson Christina

Christina Stephenson

Labor Commissioner

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Emerson Levy

House District 53

Northern areas of Bend, southwest Redmond, to Sisters

candidate - 2022 - Lepore, Brian

Brian Lepore

House District 55

Areas east of Bend, Sunriver, La Pine, down to Klamath

County

There are 3 positions or seats on County Commission. Each position is elected separately. The Democrats below are not running against each other, but rather running against incumbent Republicans.

Bend

Bend City Council positions are each elected separately. While nominally “nonpartisan”, the Democrats below are each running against multiple other candidates.

Redmond

Redmond City Council positions are not elected separately. Instead, all are on the same ballot and the 3 candidates with the most votes each win.

Sisters