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PCC Federation of Faculty & Academic Professionals - AFT Local 2277

PCC Federation of Classified Employees - AFT Local 3922

Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Regional Carpenters

Our Revolution

State Representative Margaret Doherty - Oregon House District 35, Chair, House Education Committee

State Senator Michael Dembrow - Oregon State District 23

State Representative Alissa Keny-Guyer -Oregon House District 46

Commissioner Sharon Meieran - Multnomah County District 1

Beaverton City Councilor Lacey Beaty - Position 1 

Director Terri Preeg Rigsby - Chair, West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District Zone 5

Juan Rogel - Founder/Interim Chief Executive Officer, Milenio; Community leader

Director Tessa Scheller - Clatsop Community College, Zone 3

Steve Beining - Vice Chair, Far Southwest Neighborhood Association

Win Howard -  CEO Asante Three Rivers Medical Center - President of the Oregon Society of Healthcare Executives

Melissa Rae Pancurak - Veteran, activist and local community leader

Toni Tabora-Roberts - Founder/Consultant/Nonprofit Pro at Esper House, APANO Board member, City Club Friday Forum Committee

Jonathan Smith - Deputy Fire Chief (Ret.), Clackamas Fire & Former Vice President IAFF L-1159

Daniel Sunseri - 1st Vice President, AFGE Local 2157

"PCCFFAP couldn't think of anyone more qualified than a former PCC student and instructor to be our voice on the PCC Board of Directors. Over 44% of PCC students are first-generation college students -- and Valdez was one of them."

- Jaime Rodriguez, VP for Political Action, PCC Federation of Faculty & Academic Professionals (AFT Local 2277)

"I support Valdez Bravo for the PCC Board of Directors, Zone 5. Valdez is a Veteran, hard worker, has impeccable training and qualities. His work ethic is among the best I've seen, he can negotiate the most complicated discussions and remain at ease with those he is speaking. This is someone you'd want in your corner. Fully in support of the man who can get virtually any job done with a smile on his face, passion in is his heart and hope for the future."

- Kimberly Bump, Professional Vice President, American Federation of Government Employees Local 2157

"Valdez has the interests of our community front and center in his desire to be on the Board. He knows first hand how important PCC is to our city and its residents. He will fight to continue the college's mission of educating everyone." 

- Ira Erbs, PCC Instructor and Zone 5 voter

"As a former graduate of PCC, and veteran, I fully support Valdez Bravo." 

- Daniel Sunseri, 1st Vice President, AFGE Local 2157

"I have known and worked with Valdez for several years, and am always impressed by his work ethic and commitment to progressive issues. He is well liked by his fellow veteran peers and respected by all. People everywhere will benefit from having his representation on their behalf." 

- Tyson Manker, Attorney and USMC Combat Veteran

"I have known Mr. Bravo his entire life. He is passionate, intelligent and unyielding for a righteous cause. He can make any team better by being a part of it and step up to the plate and lead if he is asked to. He has my support and my respect!"

- Eric P. Johnson, Master, Tien Tae Jitsu Martial Arts

"I endorse Valdez Bravo for the PCC School Board. I have had the pleasure of working with him as a manager at a local alternative high school, Portland YouthBuilders and seen him help our youth with career exposure and inspiration. His interest and attention to education and helping others is a fundamental part of his life. He'd be a great addition the PCC School Board." 

- Matt Tabora-Roberts, Technology Manager, Portland YouthBuilders