Amanda Fritz

Amanda Fritz DEMDemocrat

American politician

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Amanda FritzDEMDemocrat American politician
64
Years of Age
11
Years of Experience
ORResidence (state)

Amanda Fritz (born April 1958) is a British-American politician and retired psychiatric nurse from the U.S. state of Oregon. Before being elected to Portland's City Council in 2008, Fritz was a neighborhood activist and seven-year member of the Portland Planning Commission. She was also the first candidate to win public financing under Portland's Clean Elections system in 2006, though she lost to incumbent Dan Saltzman in the first round of that year's election.She was elected to City Council in the November 2008 election. She succeeded Commissioner Sam Adams, who vacated the seat to run for mayor.

Education3 - 3 of 1
University of Cambridge
Past Positions1 - 1 of 1
Commissioner
City of Portland, Oregon
2009 - 2020