Statement From Oregon House Republican Leader Mike McLane On Swearing-In Of Governor Kate Brown
Salem, Ore. – Oregon House Republican Leader Mike McLane (R-Powell Butte) issued the following statement in recognition of the swearing-in of Governor Kate Brown:
“On behalf of the House Republican Caucus, I congratulate Governor Brown and her family on this important day. I’m hopeful that Governor Brown will guide our state in a bipartisan manner and I look forward to working with her to serve all Oregonians.”
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