“I am honored to represent House District 31. I will continue to work closely with our community leaders and individual citizens to provide an effective voice in the legislature. I want to ensure that Oregon’s urban majority does not drown out rural voices in handling such issues as sustainable development, creating more profitable businesses and family-wage jobs, and stimulating economic growth.”

– Representative Brad Witt

Brad Witt represents Oregon’s House District 31 in the northwest corner of the state, including Columbia and parts of Multnomah and Washington Counties.

Brad Witt has served the citizens of House District 31 since 2005. Brad has worked tirelessly to protect Oregonians and our quality of life. He is currently sits on the House Transportation Policy and the Agriculture and Natural Resources Committees and serves as a Co-Chair of the Ways and Means Sub-Committee on Natural Resources. Rep. Witt recently retired from United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 555 where he worked as a contract negotiator.

Rep. Witt is a graduate of UMass-Amherst and received his master’s degree from the University of Oregon. He has been a sawmill worker, union representative in the seafood, grocery and forest industries, and was elected Secretary-Treasurer of the Oregon AFL-CIO for 14 years. Prior to entering the State Legislature, Brad served on the State Boards of Forestry, Watershed Enhancement, Workforce Enhancement, Workers’ Compensation and Forest Resources Institute. He also served as co-chair of the bi-state Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership.

Brad Witt is currently serving his seventh term in the Oregon Legislature.