Oregon's 24th Senate district

District 24 of the Oregon State Senate comprises parts of Clackamas and Multnomah counties. It is currently represented by Kayse Jama, who was appointed unanimously by the Clackamas and Multnomah County Board of Commissioners to replace Shemia Fagan who was recently elected Oregon Secretary of State.

District map

Election resultsEdit

District boundaries have changed over time, therefore, senators before 2013 may not represent the same constituency as today. From 1993 until 2003, the district covered the southern Oregon Coast, and from 2003 until 2013 it covered a slightly different area in the Portland metropolitan area.

Year Candidate Party Percent Opponent Party Percent Opponent Party Percent
1984 Bill Bradbury Democratic 63.7% James Bedingfield Republican 36.3%
1988 Bill Bradbury Democratic 57.7% Mike Whitty Republican 42.3%
1992 Bill Bradbury Democratic 100.0% Unopposed
1996 Veral E. Tamo Republican 52.5% Brenda W. Brecke Democratic 47.7%
2000 Ken Messerle Republican 53.2% Roger W. McCorkle Democratic 46.8%
2002 Frank Shields Democratic 56.8% Cletus Moore Republican 42.6%
2006 Rod Monroe Democratic 48.7% T. J. Reilly Republican 43.6% Ron McCarty Nonpartisan 7.5%
2010 Rod Monroe Democratic 51.9% Rob Wheeler Republican 47.8%
2014 Rod Monroe Democratic 95.1% Unopposed
2018 Shemia Fagan Democratic 95.1% Unopposed



  1. ^ "OR State Senate 24". Our Campaigns. Retrieved December 31, 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)