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Mary Middleton runs for Oregon State Representative District 4

District 4 covers Central Point, Gold Hill, White City, Eagle Point, Rogue River and a small portion of Grants Pass. Middleton held her campaign launch party Friday afternoon.

Posted: Dec 22, 2019 4:39 PM

ROGUE RIVER, Ore. -- Democrat Mary Middleton is running for the Oregon State Representative of District 4. District 4 covers Central Point, Gold Hill, White City, Eagle Point, Rogue River and a small portion of Grants Pass. Middleton held her campaign launch party Friday afternoon.

District 4 voters will she her on the May 2020 ballot for the primary. Right now in the primary, she is running unopposed 

Middleton said education, supporting the local economy and family farms are her top priorities. 

"I'm all about protecting and promoting our loal economy in this beautiful, agricultural region," Middleton added. "It is actually a premiere seed region and our small family farms here need our protection and for us to work for them."

Should Middleton win in the Democratic primary, she'll be running aganist the current Oregon State Representative of District 4, Republican incumbant Duane Stark.

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