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Huntington leads Dallum's staff


   David Huntington, a former resident of Madras, has been named chief of staff by State Representative John Dallum.
   "My office is lucky to get David; his background and education are powerful assets for our district," said Rep. Dallum (House District 59). Huntington's duties will include office management, policy review, constituent services and research.
   Huntington is a 1966 graduate of Madras High School, 1973 graduate Central Oregon Community College with an associate degree, and 1977 graduate of Oregon College of Education with a bachelor's degree in elementary education.
   "I've lived nearly my entire life in Jefferson and Wasco counties" said Huntington. "I think I understand the culture, history and values of Central Oregon."
   Huntington began working for Rep. Dallum June 2, after Dallum was sworn in as state representative.
   "David was working as a consultant for my campaign and was a natural to hire on as someone to deal with the scheduling, correspondence and constituent work," stated Dallum.
   Huntington's background includes four years in the U.S. Marine Corps two years as a public school teacher, 23 years as a manager in wood products manufacturing, and most recently principle of The Huntington Group, a consulting firm specializing in rural issues.
   Huntington's honors include Outstanding Young Men of America, Chenowith Education Citizen of the Year, and The Dalles Businessman of the Year.
   Rep. Dallum and Huntington invite and encourage constituents to contact them in Salem by writing: Rep. John Dallum, 900 Court St. H-289, Salem, Oregon 97301, e-mailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , phoning (503) 986-1459, or faxing (503) 986-1997.