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Legislator PhotoRepresentative Pam Marsh

Democrat - District 5 - Ashland

Capitol Phone: 503-986-1405
Capitol Address: 900 Court St. NE, H-375, Salem, Oregon 97301


Dear Friends & Neighbors:​

Welcome to my legislative website!

Decisions made in state government affect the way we govern our communities, run our businesses and raise our families. I am honored to serve the people of southern Jackson County and House District 5 and will work to help to build a sustainable, broad-based economy that offers opportunities for individuals to grow and succeed.  

We have some very serious challenges facing our state and I am looking forward to continue working with a diverse group of partners to address them.

In the 2017 and 2018 Legislative Sessions, I was Vice-Chair of the House Committee on Economic Development and Trade and a member of the House Revenue Committee, the Joint Committee on Tax Credits and the Joint Ways and Means Subcommittee on General Government. I joined the House Energy and Environment Committee midway through the 2017 session.​

Through my work in the Oregon House I’m committed to:​

  • Finding solutions to address the massive shortfall in the Oregon Budget;

  • Passing legislation that supports development of local, renewable energy and that meaningfully reduces greenhouse gas emissions;

  • Supporting heath care transformation that emphasizes prevention, addresses the social determinant of health, and provides high quality services for all;

  • Funding programs for high-risk families to prevent abuse and prepare young children for kindergarten; and,

  • Ensuring that high school graduates are prepared to enter college, trade school or the skilled job market.

Please contact my office with your questions and concerns. We look forward to connecting with you!​



Representative Pam Marsh


There Oughta Be a Law Contest


​Is there a law you think the State of Oregon should have or eliminate?

Representative Marsh is holding a contest for constituents to submit ideas for legislative concepts. In its simplest form, a legislative proposal, or bill, is nothing more than a good idea designed to address a community problem. Check out the flyer and entry form below to find out how to participate and submit your idea. The winner will have their idea drafted into a bill to be sponsored by Rep Marsh and be submitted for the 2019 legislative session. 


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