“This year was a significant turning point for Oregon and I was honored to be a part of so many positive changes. After years of painful budget cuts, we were finally able to give our public schools more resources than ever before.”
EUGENE – House Majority Leader Val Hoyle (D – West Eugene/Junction City) today announced she has filed for re-election to her third term in the Oregon House of Representatives.
Rep. Hoyle was elected by the Democratic caucus in 2012 to serve as the House Majority Leader. During the 2013 legislative session, House Democrats went on to successfully gain a historic boost in funding for public schools, secure key investments in job training and higher education, and deliver projects that will meet the needs of communities throughout the state while creating hundreds of construction jobs and boosting local economies.
House Majority Leader Val Hoyle Files for Re-Election - December 12, 2013
Democrat Leader making mark - March 25, 2013
Oregon’s new speaker a national first - November 16, 2012
Junction City Town Hall on Elder Abuse - March 9, 2012
In the News
Oregon brings fight against homeless to Governor, Chron - March 10, 2014
Deadlines put squeeze on Oregon lawmakers to finish, despite hefty to-do list, The Oregonian - March 4, 2014
Rival Oregon tax and union ballot measures won't go forward, Gov. Kitzhaber announces, The Oregonian - March 3, 2014
Legislative session kicks off today, Register-Guard - February 3, 2014
Alone Out There: Mental Illness on our Streets, Eugene Weekly - January 28, 2014
Workers head indoors at new psychiatric hospital, Register-Guard - January 28, 2014
Guns, pot and liquor makes waves, but Oregon lawmakers set modest agenda for February, The Oregonian - January 18, 2014
Oregon Democrats unveil legislative goals for 2014 session, Statesman Journal - January 16, 2014