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State Representative

Phone: (503) ***-****  
Local Address:  Salem , Oregon , United States
Injured Workers' Alliance
4171 Imperial Drive
West Linn , Oregon 97068
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • master's Degree , urban studies and gerontology
  • doctoral degree , urban studies and gerontology
    Portland State University
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Oregon House Members, 7 Aug 2015 [cached]
Representative Steve March (D) District 46 Capitol Phone: 503-986-1446 Address: 900 Court St. NE, H-385 Salem, OR 97301 E-Mail:
Friends of the Reservoirs - News, 28 July 2015 [cached]
STATE REPRESENTATIVE STEVE MARCH Representative Steve March serves District 46, which covers portions of Northeast and Southeast Portland and includes the neighborhoods of Laurelhurst, Mt. Tabor, South Tabor, Center, Montavilla, Woodland Park, and parts of Powellhurst-Gilbert and Hazlewood. Recently, Steve has worked as a Policy Analyst for Multnomah County Commissioner Lisa Naito and as an adjunct professor in the Institute on Aging at Portland State University.
As a Senior Management Auditor for Multnomah County during the 1990's, Steve conducted performance audits. Steve came to Oregon in 1986 and since moving to Portland has completed a Ph.D. as well as a Masters in Urban Studies at Portland State University, and received a Gerontology Certificate along the way.
'Labor's Own' endorsements include four rank-and-filers, 15 July 2006 [cached]
This issue looks at two incumbents, Steve March and Laurie Monnes-Anderson, and two challengers, Roseburg Steelworker Bruce Cronk and Beaverton professor Mitch Greenlick.
While March, Monnes-Anderson, and Greenlick don't fit the mold of the traditional union member (and union membership isn't a key part of their identity) they value their association with labor, and union political leaders consider them worthy of support.
Democrat Steve March is considered a sure thing to represent central east side Portland for a second term.House District 46 is overwhelmingly Democratic, and the Republicans failed to nominate anyone; March's only opponent this November is Libertarian Joe Tompkins.
Because March occasionally works as a part-time professor of urban studies at Portland State University, he is a member of American Federation of Teachers-Oregon Local 3571.He had a 100 percent pro-union voting record in the 2001 Legislature, according the Committee On Political Education of the Oregon AFL-CIO.
March, 56, was born and raised on a ranch near Sacramento, where he learned how to ride a horse and herd cattle.He moved to Bend, Oregon, in 1985 to help some friends build a log cabin, and later went to work for Multnomah County auditor's office developing ways to improve government efficiency.He went to school at Portland State University and earned master's and doctoral degrees in urban studies and gerontology.He serves on the board of the Hollywood Senior Center.
His legislative interests include issues that affect women and senior citizens, utility regulation, land-use planning and education.
March says it has been frustrating to witness the Salem budget debate over the last two years."The state Constitution says that as a legislator, you determine what the needs of the state are and then you provide the necessary revenues."
Instead, he says, the Republican legislative leadership keeps passing the buck to voters, and then voter rejection of the measures delays a solution to the crisis.
In legislative special session, he introduced a bill to raise the corporate income tax 1 percent.That would have solved the state's budget crisis, he said, but with Republicans in charge, the bill went nowhere.
He sees a sales tax or other consumption tax, or possibly a value added tax, as the long-term solution to the state's fiscal woes, but he would link it to some reduction in income and property taxes, so that the total amount of taxes would not increase for the average Oregonian.
Oregon House Members, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
Representative Steve March (D)District 46Capitol Phone: 503-986-1446Address: 900 Court St. NE, H-385Salem, OR 97301E-Mail:
Steve March, County Auditor, ..., 25 Oct 2013 [cached]
Steve March, County Auditor, Multnomah County, OR
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