Suzanne Weber

Race: Senate
District: 16


Occupation: State Representative, House District 32

Occupational Background: Teacher, Tillamook School District; Small Business Owner

Educational Background: Bachelor’s in Elementary Education, Bemidji State College

Prior Governmental Experience: State Representative, Mayor of Tillamook, Tillamook City Council

Suzanne Weber Brought Common Sense to Salem!

“Suzanne has served our community for most of her life as a teacher, church volunteer, city councilor, mayor, small business owner, and now as our representative in the Oregon House. She’s delivered on what she promised—now we need her servant attitude in the State Senate!”

Carol Marie Leuthold, Tillamook Dairy Farmer

Suzanne Weber Helped Solve Our Local Problems

“Rep. Weber is working to solve the issues that Rural Northwest Oregon is most concerned about. Nobody has fought harder to fix Highway 6 than Suzanne. We need her to continue the fight in the State Senate!”

Jesse Borough, Trucker & Community Volunteer

People in Rural Northwest Oregon are Being Heard

“Suzanne Weber’s experience and dedication to public service makes her the ideal candidate to replace Betsy Johnson. She’ll continue fighting to ensure our tax dollars come back to serve our communities where they belong.”

Casey Garrett, Columbia County Commissioner

Suzanne Gave Working Families a Chance

As a Republican serving in a Legislature dominated by Democrats, Rep. Weber was still able to get work done for our communities, including:

  • Millions in new funding for local infrastructure projects, including Astoria waterline improvements, a Tillamook Bay Community College expansion, Bay City Well and Wastewater Treatment resiliency, and many more
  • Cutting healthcare costs for rural areas
  • Improving high school educational standards

Rep. Weber is fighting against the extreme agenda pushed by Portland politicians, including:

  • Voting NO on stealing Oregonians’ kicker checks
  • Voting NO on lowering requirements for high school graduation
  • Voting NO on legislation making it more difficult to protect yourself at home with a firearm


Oregon Farm Bureau Federation
North Coast First PAC
Taxpayers Association of Oregon PAC
Clatsop County Commissioner Courtney Bangs

(This information furnished by Suzanne Weber.)