The advocate Portland needs.

The advocate Portland needs.

Meet Tony

Recovery advocate, dedicated husband, proud father.

 I’m running for Portland City Council, District 4 because our city needs an expert in recovery and addiction policy, as Portland is facing an unprecedented addiction crisis in our community.

I hope you will take a moment to learn more about me, my supporters and endorsers, and how our community can make progress on the big problems we face. I hope to earn your vote, and I’m so thankful to my endorsers and supporters.

Tony Morse Speaking with Voters

My Vision

I have extensive experience advocating for Oregonians confronting addiction, and I’ve worked tirelessly in the Legislature to improve recovery resources for those who need them most. I know from experience how government does and does not help Portlanders in crisis, and I will bring that knowledge to getting things done in our new form of government.

INVEST IN OUR FUTURE

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Endorsed By

Organizations

✔ Columbia Pacific Building and Construction Trades Council
✔ Ironworkers Local 29
✔ IBEW LOCAL 48
✔ Laborers’ International Union of North America Local 737
✔ International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council 5
✔ The Public Health PAC

Elected Officials

✔ Oregon Labor Commissioner Christina Stephenson
✔ Lake Oswego Mayor Joe Buck
✔ Bend City Councilor Ariel Méndez
✔ Newberg City Councilor Elise Yarnell Hollamon
✔ State Representative Emerson Levy
✔ State Representative Jules Walters

Community Leaders

✔ Andy Mendenhall, MD, Addiction Medicine and Population Health
✔ Tony Vezina, Co-Founder and Executive Director of 4D Recovery
✔ Jon Epstein, Prevention and Youth Advocate
✔ Pam Pearce, Executive Director of Community Living Above and Co-Founder of Harmony Academy
✔ Solara Salazar, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Cielo Treatment Center
✔ Dr. Marvin Seppala, Former Chief Medical Officer at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
✔ Robin Springer, Portland Realtor and Former Multnomah County Deputy District Attorney

*Affiliations are for identification purposes only
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