Republican PCP, David Molina, represents at the Oregon GOP Platform Convention

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David Molina joins hundreds of conservative Oregonians from across the state at the Oregon GOP Platform Convention [L-R: Alexander Flores, David Molina, and Tracy Honl]

BEND, Ore. – Over the weekend, hundreds of conservative Oregonians representing every county in the state converged onto central Oregon to conduct the state’s business, including the Republican platform, network and connect, and share ideas for good governance. State Party Chair, Bill Currier, asked David Molina, Republican candidate for House District 29 to lead everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance. No one took a knee, everyone stood up, participated, and faced Old Glory.

"On stage, David asked everyone to standup and give a resounding 'Hooah' before taking the liberty to acknowledge a very special Army Drill Sergeant, Command Sergeant Howard Bella, to standup and be recognized. Retired Command Sergeant Bella, then a 104th Division 1st Sgt. was David's drill sergeant over a decade ago and was participating from his home town of Salem, Oregon."

During the weekend convention, David participated in the good governance, and military veterans planks, and successfully added another principle of, “ensuring veterans have access to technical training for the jobs of today and the future.”

Oregonians who have had enough of one-party Democratic rule, and interested in growing the party through active voter registration efforts and candidate recruitment can become an elected PCP. To learn more, visit the Lane County Republican webpage at oregonlanegop.org/pcp which provides great detail about the role and the impact it can have.

The Oregon Republican Party is the state’s arm of the Republican National Committee and is dedicated to preserving and advancing Republican principles within the state of Oregon. Oregon GOP exists to improve the lives and livelihoods of Oregon’s working families through economic freedom and equal protection under the law. To learn more, visit their website at oregon.gop/.

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