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Dear supporters of our Dan Davis for State Representative campaign,

While we didn’t win the election, we ran a pretty good low-budget campaign thanks to some hard work by a core group, including Allen Hallmark, campaign coordinator; Paul Brooks, website mastermind; Tana Domecq-Davis, purchasing agent and mailer organizer; Carl Darnell, designer of our postcards, mailers and Mail Tribune ads; Bill Thornhill, database guru; and Tonia Moro, chair of the Jackson County Democrats, and Pam Marsh, state representative.  Tonia and Pam gave us amazing support, advice and encouragement.

We appreciate all the support that the campaign got from so many of you.  Your financial contributions, helpful advice and endorsements have made this effort so worthwhile.  We gave Democrats and left-leaning non-partisan voters in House District 6 a good strong candidate to vote for and more than 10,500 folks did, amounting to just shy of 40% of the total vote.

Thank you all so very much!

Dan Davis

Dan Davis has always fought for what is right. Let him fight for you as your State Representative. He will show up every day to work for you.

Born in Kansas City, Missouri and raised in Mapleton, Oregon,
Dan went on to graduate from Westminster College before joining the US Army, serving with the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam as a platoon leader, unit commander and adviser. Wounded in action, he received a Purple Heart, Bronze Star and the Soldier’s Medal for Valor.


After a 12 year career at GE as an engineer and later a manager,
he founded his own gas turbine technology company in 1983 and
started D2X Associates in 2013, designing VA hospital facilities.

In 2014 he and his wife Tana moved from the Applegate Valley to
a home in Talent, which was destroyed by the Almeda Fire in 2020. They moved to Medford last year. Dan currently serves as board vice chair for RVTD, was past president of Habitat for Humanity Rogue Valley, a board member of the Oregon Energy Trust and is active in the Veterans for Peace Rogue Valley chapter. 

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