Oregon House Republicans Elect Leadership for 82nd Legislative Assembly

SALEM, Ore. – Today, the Oregon House Republican Caucus elected its leadership for the 82nd legislative session. The caucus re-elected Representative Vikki Breese-Iverson (R-Prineville) to serve as the House Republican Leader. Representative Breese-Iverson began serving as a State Legislator in 2019 and was first elected to serve as the House Republican Leader in 2021.

Representative Shelly Boshart Davis (R-Albany) was elected as the Deputy House Republican Leader, and Representative E. Werner Reschke (R-Klamath Falls) was elected to serve as the House Republican Whip.

“I look forward to continuing to serve alongside my friends and colleagues in this role,” said Leader Breese-Iverson. “We will continue to fight for much-needed balance. House Republicans will not stop pushing for solutions that focus on the most critical needs of Oregonians.”

“I am excited to help our caucus build on the success we had this election cycle. Oregon is deeply divided, but one thing is clear – Oregonians want more balance. Just a few thousand votes, and democratic gerrymandering, were the difference between a Democrat majority and a Republican majority,” said Representative Boshart Davis.

“I am humbled to have been elected by my colleagues to continue to work towards our common goals of life, liberty, and happiness,” said Republican Whip Reschke. The 82nd Oregon legislative session begins on January 9, 2023.

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