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Legislator PhotoRepresentative Nathan Sosa

Democrat - District​​ 30​ - Greater Hillsboro

Capitol Telephone: 503-986-1430
Capitol Address: 900 Court St. NE, H-280, Salem, Oregon 97301
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The State Capitol at dusk.Welcome to my Legislative Website

Dear Friends and Neighbors 

Thank you for visiting my legislative website.

I am honored to represent the people of House District 30 - which includes Hillsboro, Helvetia, Rockcreek, and West Union. I have lived and worked in Hillsboro for many years and have deep ties to the community. I have been an active volunteer with local organizations like the Hillsboro Schools Foundation, the Hillsboro 2035 Community Plan Oversight Committee, and the Washington County Chamber of Commerce. I also served for four years on the Oregon Government Ethics Commission and was chair of the commission in 2020.

I am excited for the 2023 legislative session which runs from mid-January to late-June. I am serving as vice chair of the House Committee on Business and Labor and I also sit on the House Committee on Higher Education, the Joint Committee on Semiconductors, and the Joint Committee on Ways and Means Subcommittee on Transportation and Economic Development. Additionally, I was elected by my colleagues as one of two vice chairs for policy and communications for the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) Caucus. I am grateful for the opportunity to join the Caucus' leadership team and continue the fight for racial equality in Oregon.   

My Priorities during the 82nd Legislative Session:

I am committed to working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle on issues that matter most to our community – including housing / homelessness, helping small business and working families, education, public safety, and transportation. Personally, I will be working in policy areas related to consumer protection, higher education, and good governance. Here are a few of the bills for which I am the chief sponsor:
Age Discrimination in Employment: HB 2800
Auto Dealer Financing: HB 2801
Higher Education Non-profit Work Study Pilot Programs: HB 2​802
Open Meetings Law: HB 2805
Executive Session Law: HB 2806

Please Participate in the Legislative Process!​

Public engagement is essential to making laws and developing policy that supports and benefits all Oregonians. To learn more about how you can search for and follow bills, watch committee hearings or floor testimony, and submit testimony remotely or in person, please use this Legislative Session Participation Guide.

You can also stay informed about my progress on policy priorities and constituent news by signing up for my newsletter.

You are always welcome to contact my office with any questions or feedback. You can do so via email at or by phone at (503) 986-1430. I look forward to hearing from you!