Election 2020: Oregon Law alumni elected to key positions across the state and nation

Election 2020 elected UO Law alumni

A record 2.4 million people across the state of Oregon voted, and the results are in. Nine alumni from the law school were elected to prominent positions.  

Public service plays an integral role in the student experience at Oregon Law, and alumni are given a strong foundation and equipped to fully participate in public service upon graduation. 

The law school is ranked #9 in the nation by Above the Law in the nation for public interest and government jobs, and #17 among law schools for public service by PreLaw Magazine. 

The following election results were taken November 11 from the Oregon Secretary of State website.  

United States Congress 

Suzanne Bonamici, BA ’80, JD ’83: U.S. Representative, 1st district (re-elected) 

Oregon Officials 

Ellen Rosenblum, BS ’71, JD ’75: State Attorney General (re-elected) 

Oregon Legislature 

Marty Wilde, JD ’97: State Representative, 11th District (re-elected) 
Jason Kropf, JD ’96: State Representative, 54th District 

Oregon Nonpartisan Judicial Races 

Rob Raschio, JD ’01: Judge of the Circuit Court, 24th District, Position 1 
Brendan J Kane, JD ’99: Judge of the Circuit Court, 23rd District, Position 4 
Alycia N Sykora, JD ’97: Judge of the Circuit Court, 11th District, Position 4 
Joan E Demarest, JD ’98: Judge of the Circuit Court, 21st District, Position 3 
Kamala Shugar, BA ’93 JD ’96: Judge of the Circuit Court, 2nd District, Position 10 

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By School of Law Communications