U.S. Congress

Oregon ports are represented in Washington, D.C. through Business Oregon's Ports Division by FBB Federal Relations.

 

Many Oregon ports are also members of the Pacific Northwest Waterways Association and the American Association of Port Authorities, which lobby Congress on port-related issues.

 

Oregon Congressional Delegation

May contain: human and person

Senator Ron Wyden

http://wyden.senate.gov

  

May contain: apparel, clothing, suit, coat, overcoat, person, and human

Senator Jeff Merkley

http://merkley.senate.gov  

 

May contain: symbol, flag, person, and human

Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici
1st District

https://bonamici.house.gov

Ports: Astoria, St. Helens

  

May contain: head, person, human, and face

Congressman Greg Walden
2nd District

http://walden.house.gov

Ports: Umatilla, Morrow, Arlington, The Dalles, Hood River, Cascade Locks

  

May contain: head, person, and human

Congressman Earl Blumenauer
3rd District

http://blumenauer.house.gov

Ports: Portland

  

May contain: head, human, and person

Congressman Peter DeFazio
4th District

http://defazio.house.gov

Ports: Siuslaw, Umpqua, Coquille River, Coos Bay, Bandon, Port Orford, Gold Beach, Brookings-Harbor

  

May contain: flag, symbol, human, person, and american flag

Congressman Kurt Schrader
5th District

http://schrader.house.gov

Ports: Newport, Toledo, Alsea, Tillamook Bay, Garibaldi, Nehalem