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Rep. Jodi Hack was part of a large freshman class elected in 2014 that included fellow Marion County Republicans Rep. Mike Nearman and Rep. Bill Post. She comfortably won election to the seat long held by Kevin Cameron. Mr. Cameron had vacated the seat to run for the Marion County Board of Commissioners. She won re-election in 2016 by a margin of just under 6,500 votes, twice the 2014 margin.
Rep. Hack is a third-generation Oregonian, born in Salem. She lived for several years in Stayton, where, in 2012, she was recognized as Stayton's First Citizen. She currently resides with her husband and daughter in South Salem. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Management from Marylhurst University.
For the 78th Legislative Assembly (2015-16) Rep. Hack joined fellow Marion County Republican Rep. Sherrie Sprenger on the House Education Committee. She also was a member of the House Transportation and Economic Development Committee.
Rep. Hack will serve on four House committees for the 79th Legislative Assembly: House Committee on Business and Labor, House Committee on Early Childhood and Family Supports (as Vice-Chair), House Committee on Health Care, and the prestigious House Committee on Rules. Fellow Marion County Republican Rep. Bill Kennemer will join her on three of the four committees.
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