Healthy Public Schools

Sheri Malstrom knows the quality of Oregon’s public schools have a direct impact on the economic health of our families and our communities. That’s why she will be a champion for full-funding for our public schools. Sheri will work to ensure our public schools provide strong STEM courses for students and reinvest in technical and vocational training courses. Sheri will also work to get rising tuition costs under control so the cost of a state college or university is always within reach of working families.

A Healthy Economy

Sheri Malstrom knows Oregon has to be a good place to do business as well as a great place to work. That’s why she will work with local business, education and labor leaders to push for policies that support the growth and investment in good-paying jobs. Sheri Malstrom is committed to ensuring pay equity for women, protecting the new paid sick days law and boosting wages while maintaining an environment where entrepreneurs and small businesses can thrive.

A Healthy Environment

Sheri Malstrom is committed to protecting what makes Oregon so special—it’s spectacular natural environment. Sheri will work to protect the quality of our air and water and keep our rivers and streams clear of pollution. Sheri also strongly supports the continuation and expansion of Oregon’s clean fuels programs.



Great time today helping Kick-off the Washington County Yes for Measure 101 effort! We can protect the healthcare of Oregonians by passing Measure 101. Time to organize! Go out and volunteer with the campaign. Talk to 10 people in your life about the importance of having access to healthcare and what it has meant to you and your family. Urge them to vote YES! ... See MoreSee Less

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This week I had the privledge to meet with employees of New Seasons Market who are pursuing union representation, and offer my support to their cause.

It is no secret that I am a staunch supporter of organized labor. As a public health nurse, I served the Multnomah Health Department for over thirty years represented by the Oregon Nurses Association. As a widow, and subsequently a single mother of three sons, I learned first-hand that working Oregonians, especially working women, are one tragedy removed from financial ruin. Please join me in supporting the brave employees of New Seasons Market. ... See MoreSee Less

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This morning I attended a breakfast with other legislators to hear Multnomah County judges discuss the needs of the court system. Shown here is presiding Circuit Court Judge Nan Waller. She is a constituent and a fabulous advocate for improving our justice system. ... See MoreSee Less

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Given the fight at the federal level over the Affordable Care Act, and a ballot measure challenging health care coverage for 350,000 of the most vulnerable Oregonians this coming January, it is more important than ever that we protect health care coverage for working families in our community. I stand in solidarity with the employees of New System Laundry. ... See MoreSee Less

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