Jason is an alumni of Corban University where he received a bachelor's of science in Criminal Justice and Forensic Psychology. Before coming to the Freedom Foundation, Jason gained a wide variety of experiences from his time working in the Oregon Senate Republican Office, for a private consulting firm, as well as a campaign manager for a successful Oregon House race during the 2018 election cycle. Jason was born and raised in Aumsville, Oregon.
As our supporters are very well aware, the Freedom Foundation has had tremendous success in the wake of the Janus …
In the days leading up to Super Tuesday, members of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees Local 75 (AFSCME 75) and the Oregon School Employees Association (OSEA) received pieces of mail and emails using the union’s own words to showcase their lies.
Confronted with questions about the appropriateness of her campaign spending, including using campaign funds to pay for international travel, resorts, food, and her own husband for office space, former state representative and House Majority Leader Jennifer Williamson dropped out of the race for Oregon Secretary of State earlier this week.
For most of his 10 years as an Oregon state employee, Christopher Zielinski paid his union dues without a beef and had no reason to question the quality of representation he was getting from SEIU 503.
Service Employees International Union Local 503 (SEIU 503) has been a major focus of the Freedom Foundation since the organization expanded into Oregon in 2015
The Freedom Foundation’s Oregon office is celebrating yet another successful year of fighting for freedom and fairness on behalf of public employees across the Beaver State.
Clearly, Mike Huckabee “gets” the Freedom Foundation.
This past summer, the Freedom Foundation’s Oregon office decided to focus the entirety of its outreach efforts on teachers and classified school employees throughout the state.
Since that declaration, OSEA members across the state have received tens of thousands of mail pieces, emails, texts and in-person visits informing them of their newly affirmed rights to opt out of their union and cease paying union dues under the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2018 ruling in Janus v. AFSCME.