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About Denyc

Denyc Boles passion for Marion County reaches back to childhood. Growing up in rural south Salem, in the region represented by Senate District 10, she picked strawberries and worked in the local cannery in the summer before graduating from Sprague High School. She then attained a Bachelor’s degree in political science & sociology from Seattle Pacific University and a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Regent University.

Despite going to school out of state, Denyc has spent most of her life in the areas represented by Senate District 10. She now lives in the home she grew up in with her husband, fellow Sprague graduate Jeff Boles, and was the hub of many activities as they raised their three children, Maggie (23), Michael (21), and Anna (20).

Over the years she has owned and operated several small businesses, served as staff in the Oregon legislature and advocated for Salem Health. She has no illusions about the difficulty we face in our effort to improve our state, but believes that with faith, hard work, and experienced leadership we can make an impact in the legislature and our communities through positive partnerships.

She knows firsthand the power of building a community from fundraising for her child’s schools and activities to coaching at Boys and Girls Club, serving Greater Salem Young Life, and contributing as a citizen to the Marion County Budget Committee. Her years of community service paired with many years of legislative experience make her an effective member of the Legislature. She is thankful for the tremendous honor to represent you in the Oregon Senate.

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Denyc Boles
Denyc Boles
Special session of Salem Keizer School Board tomorrow. On the agenda is an update on return to school. Hopefully in person. It’s worth listening in on.

I listened to last weeks school board meeting today. And I was shocked at the public comments. I get extreme frustration. There are a lot of reasons to be angry. But the rhetoric was horrifying and as a former member of the Oregon legislative assembly, would have never been tolerated in a public hearing.

God bless our elected leaders. Whether I agree with them or not, they have volunteered for a largely thankless job. We can be kinder.
Denyc Boles
Denyc Boles
I so desperately want our kids back in school, playing sports, participating in music and drama. But 90% of our seniors are the ones that die from this disease. I do not understand why Governor Browns policies don’t reflect this. Prioritize seniors, open schools, gyms, restaurants etc. I don’t get it. Science does not back up these policies. It’s just politics. Plain and simple. 😞
Denyc Boles
Denyc Boles
My last newsletter, for now, from the Senate. 😊
Denyc Boles
Denyc Boles
It’s been 24 hours and I’m still sick and angry over what happened in our nations capital yesterday. Please, my friends, and those who are not my friends, we must find a way to heal. We must find a way to listen and love one another again. I hope we can. 💔
Denyc Boles
Denyc Boles
Governor Brown is destroying our state. Gyms, restaurants, small businesses have made significant investments to meet Covid safety recommendations and still serve the people in this community. But they have been swept into broad mandates threatening their existence. I know this community is supporting our small businesses in anyway they can. But sitting outside huddled around a heater while warm indoor spaces remain empty is insane.

We were all told to hold on until the vaccine. The vaccine will open up our lives and communities. Well how’s that going? Oregon, once again, is at the bottom for efficiency. The rollout so far is a hot mess. We have congregate care facilities with varying levels of care, offering vaccines to only portions of their communities, while a 26 year old who answers phone calls for a health system from home gets the vaccine. Dentists across this country access to vaccines, while those in Oregon do not. Regardless of how one may feel about the vaccine, when it is a requirement for opening up the state, the state needs to have an effective plan that works.

I don’t understand why we can’t focus on the vulnerable people in our communities and take care of them first. Take measures and offer treatments to those who have a significantly higher risk factor of dying. Instead we categorically make sweeping mandates that are hurting our kids, our economy, and our broader mental and physical health. It’s like we are in a crazy movie nightmare and can’t wake up. But Oregon keeps voting for people who are inept, self serving, and want to have more and more control over individual lives. I just don’t get it. 🤦‍♀️


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