Kremer runs for Treasurer

By NW SPotlight,

Rob Kremer is running for Treasurer of the Oregon Republican Party.   Rob Kremer is best known as husband of Mary Kremer the 2010 State Senate candidate.   Just kidding.  Kremer is known for being the head of the Oregon Education Coalition and one of the best mind’s on education policy in Oregon.  Kremer hosted his own radio show on KXL for many years with Marc Abrams, and even ran for State Superintendent of Public Instruction.   Currently he is involved in the Third Century Solutions consulting firm.   Kremer is a brainy and relentless political activist in Oregon and would represent a talented strong addition to the Oregon State Republican Party.   No word on any rival candidate at this point.

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  • Bob Clark

    Good for the GOP. I think Rob would make a better president of the Oregon GOP. I would like Allen Alley as Oregon governor, but not as Oregon GOP president. He’s not conservative enough for the latter role in my opinion.

  • conservatively speaking

    Chris Telfer still has the right stuff to be State Treasurer. Alas, Ted Wheeler and his political PERSuasion sidetracked her – and, I’m not sure Rob Kremer can best the SEIU invested (fair-haired boy of Oregon’s Democratic Party) Wheeler, either.

    Doggone it, in the face of Crime Dog McGruff, Oregon’s bowl seems so blue…even 2000 Flushes blushes!

    That said, “brainy and relentless” Rob does, indeed, broadcast common sense every time he speaks – and, would make a leader in any high post of state government or representation in the US Congress. At least a salient minority of taxpayers think so.

  • conservatively speaking

    Spoke out of turn, sort of.
    Do think Rob should raise his sights to State Treasurer or other high public office.

    Meanwhile, some might favor Chris Dudley as GOP treas.

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