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Welcome to Paul Morrison's web site for Tualatin City Council.

If you would like to help the campaign, there are three ways you can get involved.

  1. Host a yard sign.  The campaign is placing signs throughout the city.  This is the best way you can show your support for Paul Morrison.  Just click on the VOLUNTEER tab on the right side of this page and fill out the information.  That’s it!  A yard sign will be placed on your property until the election, November 8th and then promptly removed.

  2. Like us on Facebook. Our Facebook page ( is viewed by many and by liking our page, and sharing with your Facebook friends you are showing your support for Paul Morrison.

  3. Make a contribution.  If you have never donated to a campaign before, Oregon offers a political tax credit to anyone who files a tax return.  You can contribute $50 per person ($100 per taxpaying couple) and deduct that full amount from any tax you owe on your 2016 Oregon tax return.  Funds can be donated through my web site (just click on the DONATION tab and fill out the form) or checks can be mailed to Paul4Tualatin, P.O. Box 2022, Tualatin OR 97062.

Donating funds is the best way to support the campaign because it allows us to continue to get our message out to all Tualatin voters.

Finally, the campaign is still accepting endorsements.  If you would like to have your name included in our mailing later this month, please fill out this FORM and return to the campaign.  We can accept  a copy pdf by email, fax or call and the signed form will be picked up.


Wednesday, September 7, 2016 2:43 PM

Mayor Lou Ogden Endorses Paul Morrison

Today, the Paul4Tualatin campaign announced that Tualatin Mayor Lou Ogden has endorsed Tualatin City Council candidate Paul Morrison.

“I am proud to have the support of Mayor Lou Ogden” stated Paul.  Paul Morrison has built his campaign around four themes; sensible zoning for the Basalt Creek Project, increased pedestrian safety throughout the city with improved crosswalk lighting, improving traffic flow along Boones Ferry Road and increasing the Tualatin Police Department motorcycle traffic enforcement with two additional officers.

Thursday, September 1, 2016 12:00 AM

USPS drops plans to move Tualatin Post Office to Teton Avenue

Residents, elected officials urged federal agency to reconsider its proposal.

Wednesday, August 31, 2016 12:00 AM

Filing closes in Tualatin, candidate field set

The last day to file for election to the Tualatin City Council was Tuesday.

Five candidates have filed their paperwork and qualified for this year's council elections, including two incumbent city councilors.

Council President Monique Beikman did not file for re-election to Position 2, but two others are seeking the seat: Sonya Ambuehl, who chairs the Tualatin Library Advisory Committee, and city budget committee member Paul Morrison.

Thursday, July 14, 2016 12:00 AM

Tualatin City Council Race Taking Shape

Filing not yet open, but Tualatin's council races taking shape....

Friday, March 4, 2016 10:29 AM

Tualatin River Greenway Trail Project

The Tualatin River Greenway Trail is Open! Save the Date for the Grand Opening April 9, 1-1:30pm!

The new segment of the Tualatin River Greenway is open as of February 23, 2016! The grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting take place April 9, 2016 from 1:00 to 1:30 pm on Barngrover Way near the Tualatin Public Library. To celebrate this great new resource in our community, there will be activities during the month of April for families, nature enthusiasts and more. Check back for more updates soon!

Paul4Tualatin Committee
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