Ken cares about the most vulnerable people in our community, which is why he worked to establish Clackamas County’s new veteran’s village and provide housing for those struggling the most. Ken wants to see everyone in Clackamas County thrive, which is why he is working to develop more high-speed internet capabilities for residents and businesses. Ken also established the creation of a Land Bank Authority to rehab distressed properties and re-market them for economic purposes.
Ken is running for re-election to help Clackamas County continue moving forward. To join the broad coalition of voters and community members who support him, add your name to the list here.
Before his election to the Clackamas County Commission, Ken held public office as mayor, school board member, city councilor, and member of several economic development agencies.