Paige Hook

Paige Hook

Paige Hook
Candidate for State Representative, 17th District


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  • Stayton City Councilor, Office Manager (Legislative Affairs Specialist)
  • Oregon Legislative Assembly

Occupational Background

  • Administrative Supervisor at Legislative Administration. 
  • Health Policy and Operations Coordinator, and Executive Assistant at Oregon Health Authority.
  •  Six years of experience in healthcare and eleven years in service, development, and training.

Educational Background

  • B.S.-Social Sciences with concentration in criminal justice, minor in psychology, Western Oregon University 
  • A.A.-Degree from Chemeketa.

Prior Governmental Experience

  • Planning Commissioner 
  • Budget Committee Vice-Chairperson
  • Precinct Committee Person.

Community Involvement, Memberships, and Volunteer Service:

  • Council Liaison for Economic Development and Housing 
  • Rotarian 
  • Children’s ministry volunteer 
  • Volunteer crime analyst 
  • Volunteer campaign manager.

Deep Roots–Rural Heart–Strong Voice–Progressive Values

Our Voices

We are Rural Oregon. After years of being overshadowed by metropolitan politics, Paige will fight for our voices to be taken seriously at the legislature. Rural Oregon needs a seat at the decision-making table. It’s time for a fearless candidate who favors community values over party politics.

Paige will:

  • Represent all people in our district, no matter your party affiliation or voter registration status

Advocate for our unique district of small communities and hard workers

  • Stand for justice, equity, equality, and basic human rights
  • Fight to get the funding and support our communities deserve, including quality education, emergency services, and protection of our forests and farms

Fighting for Working Families

Rural Oregon has been home to my family for seven generations. I know what it’s like to struggle. Even with hard work, life hasn’t always brought prosperity. As a child I was not financially secure, and like so many others, poverty followed me into adulthood. Now I’m a working mom raising three young children while paying off student loan debt and providing a home for my family.

Our community needs affordable housing, reliable access to broadband internet and healthcare, jobs that offer living wages, and support for our local businesses.


Diane Rosenbaum, Chair of WINPAC, former Senate Majority Leader

Henry Porter, Stayton Mayor

Representative Mark Meek

Representative Dan Rayfield