About Sami Al-AbdRabbuh
My name is Sami Al-AbdRabbuh. I am Independent and running for State of Oregon House of Representatives - District 16 as the Progressive candidate. I was a write-in during the primary election on May 17th. The Progressive Party nominated me to be on the general election ballot November.
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Who am I?
I am a passionate engineer who wants to help Oregon to be a leading state in innovation, sustainability, and cutting edge education.
I stand for the important issues to the future of Oregon. I have great experience in working with those who differ with me in ideology, beliefs, and priorities. If I am elected to represent you, My main focus will be data driven decision making that helps YOU. To bring science and engineering mindset to Salem, I will work with Democrats, Republicans, Independents, and with leaders from minor parties.
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