Join us September 10th
for Beth Wytoski's Campaign Kick-Off
​​​​Beth Wytoski is running for Yamhill County Commissioner.

Local elections are the most important elections. Local leaders shape our every day lives by making decisions about how to spend our public dollars, keep our communities safe, maintain infrastructure and public spaces, protect our most vulnerable populations, and grow our economy.

Beth has a long record of serving people and solving problems. She has been financially responsible, funding millions of dollars of improvements in Dayton with grants and leveraging tourism to improve local resources. She has supported the community by planning dozens of special events and restoring historic festivals. She has worked with local businesses to bring about code changes and economic development programs. She has adopted comprehensive plans to ensure forward movement and continued improvement. She has built a statewide network through her work with the Oregon Mayors Association, Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments, League of Oregon Cities, the Tri-county Mayors Coalition as well as advocacy work with state agencies, the Oregon legislature and multiple Offices of the Governor. She is ready to get to work for Yamhill County.

She is supported by leaders in all 10 cities in Yamhill County.

This kick-off event is your opportunity to join the team and help get Beth elected!

Tickets are $30 and include dinner, drinks, and entertainment.
Children 12 and under are $10 and can be paid upon arrival.
Please RSVP for your entire crew and pre-pay for adult tickets through this invite.

There will also be an auction, campaign merch, and a paddle raise to support the campaign work - we really need your help to win in November!

September 10, 2022,
5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Date & Time
Quimby Pond
19200 Southeast Neck Road Dayton, OR
We look forward to seeing you
September 10 

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