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Eileen Kiely—who's both served in the military and worked in corporate America—appears to be able to bring an assertive voice to Salem. Kiely has stated she will enthusiastically support the state's effort to introduce "cap and trade" policies for carbon emissions, and help sell the idea to conservative skeptics. During her tenure as finance controller for Daimler Trucks, she gained experience adjusting to new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency standards, which eventually led to higher profits through reducing fuel costs.
Despite the fact that Knopp penned an argument in favor of Measure 107 for campaign finance reform, he's received thousands from out-of-state anti-abortion groups, Big Pharma (Gilead Sciences, PhARM, Johnson & Johnson), and corporations like Nike, Amazon, Comcast and Chevron. We don't see this trend continuing with Kiely.
Vote Eileen Kiely for Oregon Senate District 27.