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Christine Drazan succeeded longtime legislator Rep. Bill Kennemer in 2018 upon his retirement. She is not new to the Capitol, however. She previously worked on staff of top Republican leadership during the 1990s and early 2000s. Other government experience includes serving on the Canby School District's budget committee as well as the Clackamas County Planning Commission.
In her first term in the Legislature she served on the House Committee on Economic Development as well as on the House Committee on Health Care. Her passion for education landed her a seat on the Joint Committee on Ways and Means SubCommittee on Education. She was tapped to become Republican leader when the caucus lost confidence in Rep. Carl Wilson. She was soundly re-elected by the caucus for a second term as leader.
For the 81st Legislative Assembly Leader Drazan's committee assignments include: House Committee on Rules as Vice-Chair, House Committee on Health Care, Joint Committee on Ways & Means and the Subcommittee on Capitol Construction, Joint Committee on Legislative Counsel, and the Joint Committee on Legislative Administration.
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