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Denyc BolesREPRepublican American politician
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Denyc Boles is an American politician from the state of Oregon. A Republican, she was a member of the Oregon House of Representatives from 2014 to 2015 and since 2018. Boles worked as chief of staff for State Representative Kevin Cameron. Cameron resigned on June 2, 2014, to become a member of the Marion County Commission. The members of the Commission then selected Boles to succeed Cameron. She informed the Commission that she would not run for election to the seat in the 2014 elections. She was sworn in on July 1. In October 2017, she announced she was running in the Republican Party primary for Marion County Commissioner.In January 2018, Boles was again appointed to the House to fill the remainder of Jodi Hack's term.In May 2018, Boles won a competitive republican primary. In November 2018, Denyc Boles (R) beat Mike Ellison (D) in the general election for the 19th district in the Oregon House of Representatives. On June 25, 2019, commissioners from Marion and Polk counties appointed Boles to replace former state Senator Jackie Winters as the representative for District 10 in the Oregon State Senate.

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Education4 - 4 of 2
Seattle Pacific University
BA Political Science and Government/Sociology
1987 - 1991
Regent University
Master's Public Policy
Past Positions1 - 7 of 7
Senator
Oregon State Senate
2019 - 2021
Representative
Oregon State House of Representatives
2014
Former Deputy Republican Whip
Oregon State House of Representatives
Community Relations Employee
Salem Health
2018 - Current
Government Affairs Specialist
Salem Health
2015 - 2017
Policy Analyst
GRS Strategies
2015
Chief of Staff
House District 19, Oregon State Legislature
2005 - 2014
Other Experience1 - 9 of 9
Member
Marion County Budget Committee
Current
Coach
Boys and Girls Club
Former Board Member
Oregon Right to Life Political Action Committee (PAC)
Former Member
Joint Committee On Ways and Means, Oregon State Senate
Former Member
Rules Committee, Oregon State House of Representatives
Former Member
Health Care Committee, Oregon State House of Representatives
Former Member
Capitol Culture Committee, Oregon State House of Representatives
Former Member
Business and Labor Committee, Oregon State House of Representatives
Former Member
Early Childhood and Family Supports Committee, Oregon State House of Representatives