Occupation: Land Developer; owner, Hook and Slice Restaurant (Salishan Golf Resort); Promotions/Special Events, Mo’s Seafood and Chowder (family business)
Occupational Background: Small business owner, Recipe developer, Cooking show
Educational Background: University of Utah – Undergrad: Communications; Grad: Conflict Resolution, Negotiation, and Mediation
Prior Governmental Experience: None
CELESTE McENTEE BRINGING BALANCE
There is a real opportunity for BALANCE in Oregon in 2022. One sided, Portland policies have been the rule in Oregon for far too long. This is the year to change that, and it starts right here in House District 10.
ADVOCATING FOR SMALL BUSINESS ENDING GOVERNMENT OVERREACH
Let’s expand opportunities on the coast for people to create their own futures. As a business owner, I know first-hand the challenges placed on us. Government overreach from one-sided policies really took its toll on our business community. It is time to get government out of our way, so our communities can thrive.
LET’S CONTINUE TO INVEST IN OUR ROADS AND BRIDGES
Everyone in Oregon uses Highway 101. We need to make its funding a real priority for the state—not just default to new gas taxes or tolls—to ensure the coast stays the great playground that it is for all Oregonians.
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION, NOT LOWERING THE BAR
We must raise the standards of education in Oregon to be competitive in other parts of the state and across our nation. I will be a strong advocate for local—not Portland—control of our education system.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING NOW, NOT TOMORROW
We must take action today to create affordable housing options on the coast for our workers, families, and retirees looking to enjoy the wonderful coastal lifestyle.
STANDING STRONG FOR POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS
Our first responders are critical here on the coast. We must make a stronger effort to fund the departments more securely and provide the necessary tools for continued protection of our communities.
Endorsed by Timber Unity PAC
(This information furnished by McEntee for Oregon.)