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“At the heart of this campaign is a desire to build a longer table, not a higher wall.

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Affordable Housing

This campaign believes that individuals should be able to live in the communities where they work. Affordable housing isn't just a basic necessity -- its the foundation of thriving communities.

Healthcare for All

We believe that access to meaningful healthcare and not just expensive health insurance is a fundamental right. Access to affordable healthcare ensures that no one is left behind, regardless of their economic status.

The Environment

Protecting the environment is an urgent priority in our district and across the state. Addressing climate change, conserving biodiversity, and reducing pollution are vital steps toward a sustainable future.

Liveable Wages

Fair wages are the bedrock of a just and equitable society. They not only provide economic security but also empower individuals to lead dignified lives, invest in their future, and contribute to a thriving economy.

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Helfrich, Walden Poublon highlight needs, issues facing House District 52 communities

The May 21 primary is upon us, and to ensure you’re as informed as possible before filling out your ballots, The Post reached out to House District 52 candidates – Rep. Jeff Helfrich (R-Hood River) and Nick Walden Poublon (D-Sandy) to talk about their priorities, stances on issues facing the district and the state and what better qualifies them to represent the district than their opponent.


Rural Sandy resident to file to run for House District 52

As of Sept. 14, political hopefuls can begin filing to run in the 2024 primary election. Among the first to declare will be rural Sandy resident Nick Walden Poublon, who intends to run for House District 52.



Oregon candidates file for 2024 election

Freshman Rep. Jeff Helfrich, R-Hood River, is the first incumbent representative facing a serious challenge. Nick Walden Poublon, a former legislative staffer who until Thursday was the vice chair of the Clackamas County Democrats, filed to run against Helfrich in the 52nd House District, which follows the Columbia River east from Troutdale to The Dalles. Helfrich won his race in 2022 by about 1,600 votes, and it’s one of the few truly competitive House seats..”


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