Tina Kotek

Andrade, Jane Carroll
December 2017
State Legislatures;Dec2017, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p31
The article presents an interview with Tina Kotek, who is a politician and was chosen to lead the Orgeon House in 2013. She discusses how her top legislative priority is housing and climate disruption as lack of affordable housing is a real challenge in a lot of communities. She mentions how when encouraging women to run for any elected office, particularly the legislature, one has to do a little more work. She also mentions how she did her education in religious studies.


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