JPR RADIO INTERVIEW
Pam and her Republican opponent Steve Richie were invited to "lay out their visions" on JPR. Listen to both interviews HERE
Pam Marsh casts her ballot from her back yard in Ashland on May 9. Voting by mail enables Oregon to produce a higher turnout in most elections than any other state in the union, one of many ways in which Oregon leads the nation.
ASHLAND COUNCILOR PAM MARSH TO RUN FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE By Damian Mann For the Daily Tidings Feb. 11, 2016
TWO ASHLAND CITY COUNCILORS EYE RUN AT STATE HOUSE By John Darling for the Mail Tribune Nov. 17, 2015
TWO RACES SET FOR ASHLAND COUNCIL POSITIONS By Ian Hand for the Mail Tribune Aug. 25, 2014
OUR VIEW: PAM MARSH IN HOUSE DISTRICT 5 Medford Mail Tribune Oct 21, 2016
2016 PRESS RELEASE
Ashland Councilor Pam Marsh leads race for House seat
Pam Marsh of Ashland confirmed today that she is running for the Oregon House of Representatives seat currently held by Peter Buckley, who announced his retirement late last year. No other candidate has yet filed for the position.
Currently serving a second term on Ashland’s City Council, Marsh is co-owner of Green Springs Inn & Cabins, a popular destination in the mountains east of Ashland. She also manages Ashland Emergency Food ...