Bill Post (R-Keizer)
Representative Bill Post (R-Keizer) announced today he will not be seeking reelection in 2022 in the Oregon House of Representatives.
“It has been an honor and a privilege to serve House District 25 for the last six years,” Post said. “When I was a radio talk show host, I often spoke of my desire for term limits on elected persons but always as “self-imposed” by those officials. I don’t believe the writers of our Oregon Constitution intended for “citizen legislators” to stay in office for years and years but rather, to let the next citizen step up and serve. I look forward to the next chapter in my own family’s life and in the future of this state.”
Post plans to serve the district through the remainder of his term and looks forward to completing the redistricting process. Currently, Rep. Post serves on the following House Committees: Agriculture and Land Use, Energy and Natural Resources, Business and Labor, Wildfire, and the Joint Committee on Information Management and Technology, and serves as the Assistant Deputy Leader in the House Republican Caucus.
“I still feel there is much work to be done at the legislature, so it is with mixed emotions that I make this announcement. I am very grateful for the support I’ve received from the community and the relationships that have been built while serving Keizer, St. Paul and Newberg,” Post said.