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For Immediate Release
December 15, 2021

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Media Rundown: Ron Noble Announces Campaign for Congress

Ron Noble launches congressional bid
Portland Tribune
December 9, 2021

State Representative and former McMinnville police chief Ron Noble announced a bid for the Republican nomination for Oregon's new congressional district on Wednesday, Dec. 8.

The Sixth Congressional District, which includes all of Yamhill and Polk counties and parts of Marion, Clackamas and Washington counties, was created after Oregon gained a seat thanks to population increases measured in the 2020 Census. The district will hold its first primaries in May and the general election in November.

"We finished the special session on redistricting, and it ends up the congressional district is right where I live and where I've been the last 50 years," Noble, who lives near Carlton, told Pamplin Media Group in a phone interview. "The new map is diverse. I grew up in Polk County and spent a lot of time in Salem. Even though its a mixture of the mid-Willamette Valley's rural and agricultural areas and the high-tech parts of Washington County, the campaign is really just a matter of getting out there and talking to people."

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Two Oregon state legislators headline primaries for new Congressional District 6
Salem Statesman Journal
December 8, 2021

Noble said he believes the seat to be winnable by a Republican, particularly by him, since he already represents a state district evenly split between Republicans and Democrats.

"In some ways, it's easier for me to operate in a district that is evenly split than one that leans strongly one way or the other," Noble said. "It gives me an opportunity to really listen to all voices and represent the collective."

And, like Congressional District 6, House District 24 was an open seat when he ran for it in 2016.

Before serving in the Oregon Legislature, Noble was a career police officer, including serving as McMinnville chief of police from 2006 until 2014.

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Noble confirms plan to run for Congress in new district
Yamhill County News-Register
November 19, 2021

Noble, who served as chief of the McMinnville Police Department from 2006 to 2014, then headed the campus police force at Linfield, is serving his second term in the state House of Representatives. Before being hired by McMinnville, he served as a lieutenant with the Corvallis Police Department.

He lists his priorities as public safety, economic development, transparent government and local control of education.

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A New Seat in Congress Attracts Some Familiar Faces
Willamette Week
November 18, 2021


The Democrats are favored, but it’s not clear they’ll carry the seat. The midterm elections of a Democratic presidency may provide an opening for the GOP. Rep. Ron Noble (R-Yamhill), a former police chief who represents a portion of the new congressional district in the Oregon House, is in.

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Ron Noble currently represents Oregon House District 24, a central portion of the new 6th congressional district. Ron served as Chief of Police for the City of McMinnville for eight years. Ron Noble and his wife, Sue, have been married for 38 years and are proud parents of five children. Ron is an active member of his church and supports several community organizations throughout the Willamette Valley.

Oregon’s newly created 6th District includes Yamhill and Polk counties, and parts of Marion, Clackamas and Washington counties, and the communities of Tigard, Tualatin, Wilsonville, Newberg, McMinnville, Woodburn, Keizer, Salem, Dallas, Monmouth, and Independence.

Learn more about Ron Noble and his vision for Oregon’s 6th Congressional District at



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