2182 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Rep. Greg Walden represents the people of Oregon’s Second Congressional District, which includes 20 counties in central, southern, and eastern Oregon. Walden, 56, is a lifelong Oregonian whose ancestors came to Oregon by wagon train in 1845.
He and his wife Mylene celebrated 30 years of marriage in August 2012, and make their home in Hood River where they’ve been small business owners since 1986. Their son, Anthony graduated from Hood River Valley High School and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wake Forest University. His parents are graduates of the University of Oregon.
Walden and his wife spent more than two decades as radio station owners in the Gorge. He’s also a licensed amateur radio operator (W7EQI). He puts that small business and technology experience to work as chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Communications and Technology. In this role, he has worked to pass legislation to grow American jobs by expanding access to wireless broadband, spur new U.S. technology and innovation, and protect the Internet from government control.
His work in support of Oregon’s rural farm and ranch economy has earned him local and national recognition. He’s helped write and pass bipartisan legislation to expedite treatment of fire-prone forests, and continues to work across the aisle to find natural resource solutions.
Walden’s experience as a former member of the Hood River Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees and as a former member of the Oregon Health Sciences University Foundation Board have helped in his work to improve access to affordable health care, especially in rural communities. His successful efforts have earned him national and local awards.
In November 2012, Walden’s House Republican colleagues unanimously elected him to serve as chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC).
Rainy near Celilo. On the road to La Grande and Pendleton for meetings on forestry and farming. http://t.co/rMNvO5Cwuu
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Tune into @KATUNews at 11 PM to hear my thoughts on how to stop the spread of Ebola.
Yesterday, I hosted a forestry summit in La Grande with new Regional Forester Jim Pena to show him the forestry issues we face in rural Oregon.
Rainy near Celilo. On the road to La Grande and Pendleton for meetings on forestry and farming.
This week, I spoke at the Oregon Forest Industries Council’s annual meeting about H.R. 1526, a bipartisan forestry bill I helped write to create
I was on KOBI-TV NBC 5 in Medford last night to discuss the growing Ebola outbreak. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those impacted by Ebola—especially
Meeting with Mercy Flights in Medford to discuss the bipartisan bill I introduced to make sure Oregon seniors have access to ambulance services,