Profile Photo
Brad WittDEMDemocrat State Representative, District 31
70
Years of Age
17
Years of Experience
ORResidence (state)

Bradley Witt (born 1952) is an American Democratic politician who is a current member of the Oregon House of Representatives for District 31, representing most of Columbia and parts of Clatsop and Multnomah counties, since his appointment in January 2005. Witt was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the special election in Oregon's 1st congressional district to replace David Wu, who resigned from Congress before the end of his term due to allegations of sexual misconduct. Witt lost in the Democratic primary to state senator Suzanne Bonamici.

Voterly's Issue Scores  (1 - 4 of 4)

Below lists the position this politician has taken on a political issue. The star rating represents the politician's prioritization and action on the issue based on data collected by relevant interest groups. Select an issue to view a more in-depth explanation of each rating.

How Voterly Calculates issue scores

Special Interest Group Ratings

Interest Groups That SUPPORT
Rating
Interest Groups That OPPOSE
Rating
Average Score

Disclaimer: A special interest group's positions on issues are gathered from various reputable sources including the organization's website, social media accounts, press releases, and other public communications. Special interest group politician ratings are provided by VoteSmart.org. Positions and ratings are subject to change and we may experience delays, interruptions, or errors, as a result. If you believe this information is inaccurate, please submit a problem report. Submit Report.

0 / 4

Campaign Funding

20
12
$98,783
Total Raised
$98,783
Total Spent
$0
Cash on Hand
Financial Data Source: Center for Responsive Politics
Education4 - 4 of 2
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
BA History/Economics
University of Oregon
MS Labor and Industrial Relations
Past Positions1 - 5 of 5
Representative
Oregon State House of Representatives
2005 - Current
Secretary-Treasurer
Oregon American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
1992 - 2005
Contract Negotiator
United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 555
2004 - Current
Labor Economist
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, Washington D.C.
Researcher
Western Council of Industrial Workers
Other Experience1 - 21 of 21
Co-Chair
Columbia River Estuary Partnership
Co-Chair
Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership
Former Member
Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board
Former Member
Oregon Workforce Investment Board
Former Member
Oregon Forest Resource Institute
Former Member
Workers' Compensation Management/Labor Advisory Committee
Former Member
Boy Scouts of America
Former Member
State Board of Forestry
Member
United Food and Commercial Workers Local 555, present
Member
Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Education and Training Committee
Member
Pesticide Use Reporting Work Group
Member
Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Safe Employment Committee
Former Chair
Veteran's Committee, Oregon State House of Representatives
Former Chair
Natural Resources Committee, Oregon State House of Representatives
Former Co-Chair
Joint Ways and Means Subcommittee on Natural Resources, Oregon State House of Representatives
Former Member
Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, Oregon State House of Representatives
Former Member
Transportation and Economic Development Subcommittee, Oregon State House of Representatives
Former Member
Joint Committee on Transportation, Oregon State House of Representatives
Former Member
Rural Communities, Land Use, and Water Committee, Oregon State House of Representatives
Former Member
Economic Development Committee, Oregon State House of Representatives
Former Member
Transportation Policy Committee, Oregon State House of Representatives