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Brent Barton is a 40-year-old American politician who currently serves as a member of the Oregon House of Representatives. He was born in Portland, Oregon, and graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in political science. Brent Barton is married to his wife, Sarah, and they have two children. He is a member of the Democratic Party and has served in the Oregon House of Representatives since 2011. Brent Barton is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs approximately 175 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes. Brent Barton is an advocate for public education, environmental protection, and economic development. He has sponsored legislation to increase funding for public schools, protect Oregon's environment, and create jobs in the state. Brent Barton has a net worth of approximately $1 million. He earns his wealth from his salary as a member of the Oregon House of Representatives and from investments.
|43 years old
|11 March, 1980
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Barton ran for a House seat again in 2012; he was again unopposed for the Democratic nomination for House District 40, and defeated Republican Steve Newgard in the general election.
In the 2009 session, Barton served on the Judiciary and Consumer Protection committees, and as Vice-Chair of the Business and Labor Committee.
In 2008, Barton was unopposed for the Democratic nomination for House District 51 and faced incumbent Linda Flores in the general election. During the campaign Flores accused him of exaggeration regarding his time as criminal prosecutor while at Harvard Law. Barton defeated Flores 52% to 48% in the November general election to win the seat.
Barton grew up in Oregon and attended Stanford University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in political science, and a master's degree in sociology in 2002 at Queens' College, Cambridge. His father, William A. Barton, has been considered one of the best lawyers in America in several areas of law, and is known for representing a plaintiff in a high-profile case against the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Portland.
While at Stanford, Brent served as an aide for Oregon Congresswoman Darlene Hooley. He was also a White House intern in 2000 between his sophomore and junior years. Barton went on to earn a JD from Harvard Law School, then returned to Oregon where he worked as a criminal prosecutor, volunteered as a high school teacher, and served on the board of directors of the Oregon Bus Project. In 2007, he was hired to the litigation department of the Portland office of the Perkins Coie law firm.
Brent Barton (born March 11, 1980) is a Democratic politician from the US state of Oregon. He was elected in 2008 to the Oregon House of Representatives, representing District 51, which encompasses parts of Clackamas County and Multnomah County, and includes all or part of the cities of Boring, Clackamas, Damascus, Estacada, and Oregon City. In the 2010 election, Barton ran unsuccessfully for the Oregon State Senate, declining to run for reelection to his House seat. In 2012, he ran again for the House, this time defeating Republican Steve Newgard with 51% of the vote. He retired in 2016, and was succeeded by Mark Meek.