Raquel Moore-Green is the second of four children. She and her husband James have been married
for 35 years and are the proud parents of 2 daughters and 1 son. They have been blessed with 10 grandchildren
and live in South Salem.
Raquel has been very active in the Salem community for 24
Years. She served on the City of Salem
Budget Committee for 6 years, as a Citizen Member Ward 3 beginning in
2013. She is an active member of The
Salem Chamber of Commerce and is a former Government Day Coordinator & First
Citizen Event Coordinator. She is a
member of Salem City Club and former Board member, she also is a member of SEDCOR. Raquel has worked with the De Muniz Legal
Clinic, is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and a Marion
County Republican PCP.
Raquel has an extensive work resume’ including being a small
business owner. She has worked for
Senator Jackie Winters and Representative now Commissioner Kevin Cameron in
various roles and brings this experience into the Capitol. She was a development strategy coordinator
for the YWCA from 2010-2011 and served as Campaign Manager for the United Way
of the Mid-Willamette Valley 1999-2004.
She has had the honor
of serving as representative in HD 19 which includes parts of South Salem,
Aumsville and Turner since 2019. As the first Republican of direct Puerto Rican heritage to
be elected to the Oregon State House of Representatives, Raquel Moore-Green is
uniquely positioned to navigate multiple traditions, customs, and approaches to
the many issues currently facing all Oregonians. Combined with her welcoming open-door
approach she will continue to advocate for the constituents of HD19, and all
In her spare time Raquel enjoys gardening, sewing, reading
and spending time with her grandchildren.