Joanne Verger

Joanne Verger

Joanne Verger is a Democratic politician in the U.S. state of Oregon. She was the first female mayor of Coos Bay, the largest city on the Oregon Coast, serving four terms.] She served in the Oregon House of Representatives from 2001–2004, [] [] [] and was elected to the Oregon State Senate in 2004. She is running for reelection in 2008, [] with no major party opponent in either the primary or general election.

She is co-owner of an automobile dealership, and has worked extensively in advertising and marketing.

She is a graduate of Northwestern State University and Louisiana State University.]

Verger has won a number of awards, including the Human Rights Award in 1991.

See also

* Seventy-third Oregon Legislative Assembly (2004–2006)
* Seventy-fourth Oregon Legislative Assembly (2008–2008)


External links

* [ Official web site]
* [ Campaign contributions, 2000]

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