2016 Campaign Endorsements:

Kitty Piercy, Eugene Mayor

American Federation of State Municipal and County Employees Local 1724

Democratic Party of Lane County

Lane County Central Labor Chapter, Oregon AFL-CIO

Oregon League of Conversation Voters

Working Families Party of Oregon

United Food and Commercial Workers Local 555

The Mother PAC

2013 Campaign Endorsements

Over nearly a decade I have had the privilege of working closely with Claire Syrett, candidate for the Eugene City Council. First, as a colleague at Lane Community College, she taught in the Flight Technology Program. For the past eight years she has been supervisor to many of my student interns through LCC’s Cooperative Education program, where she has provided inspired training and direction to my students working with both the American Civil Liberties Union and the Eugene-Springfield Solidarity Network. What I can say about Claire, without reservation, is that she is one of the most dedicated, intelligent, hard-working and gracious colleagues I’ve had the pleasure to know in my professional life at LCC. Her compassion and commitment to social and economic justice in our community and her willingness to work with and train our students in those pursuits should make her an excellent public official, and one of whom we can all be proud.
Claire with Eugene Mayor Piercy and Councilor Ortiz

Claire with Eugene Mayor Piercy and Councilor Ortiz

 

Steve Candee
Instructor, Political Science
Coordinator, Cooperative Education
Lane Community College

Eugene Mayor Kitty Piercy
City Councilor Andrea Ortiz
Marion Malcolm
Lane County Commissioner Peter Sorenson
Lane County Commissioner Rob Handy
Eugene Fire Fighters Local 851
Lane County Labor Council
Oregon League of Conservation Voters
State Representative Val Hoyle
State Representative Paul Holvey
City Councilor Alan Zelenka
City Councilor Chris Pryor
City Councilor George Brown
City Councilor Betty Taylor
City Councilor Pat Farr
Downtown Neighborhood Association
John VanLandingham
Shawn Boles
Stefan Ostrach
David Piercy
"Green Light" from Basic Rights Oregon