A Lake Oswego School District board member is running for a position on the Oregon School Boards Association’s legislative policy committee.

Liz Hartman is unopposed for position 8, which with position 7, covers the Clackamas region.

The LOSD board last week voted unanimously in favor of Hartman’s nomination.

The OSBA’s board serves K-12 public school boards, public charter school boards, education service district boards, community college boards and the state Board of Education through services including legislative advocacy at state and federal levels. The association has up to 21 elected representatives from 14 regions throughout the state, and member boards elect the legislative policy committee.

The voting period is Nov. 18 to Dec. 13, and committee members officially take office on Jan. 1.

Hartman said she would be proud to represent Lake Oswego and Clackamas County. She’s happy to be running unopposed and said she has an idea of what the hot issue will be.

“I think that everlasting issue of education funding is always going to be at the forefront,” she said.

Jillian Daley can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and 503-636-1281, ext. 109. Follow her on Twitter, @jilliandaley.

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