While I was flipping through the channels before the Blazer game on Wednesday, I noticed something quite peculiar during a commercial break. It was an image of me in a negative “attack” campaign advertisement paid for by my opponent. It’s the political season and these things a
Andy Duyck has been serving on the Washington County Commission for nearly 20 years and has a tremendous record of success in his private and public life. He built a successful manufacturing business that employs 20 that is still in operation today. He has worked to make Washington Co
I strongly endorse the reelection of Andy Duyck as Chair of the Washington County Board of Commissioners. Andy is a local product of Washington County, having lived here his entire life. He was educated in our local school system and is a graduate of Portland Community College.
Today, small businesses and labor joined hands in supporting a leader everyone can count on. The Columbia Pacific Building and Construction Trades Council along with the Beaverton, Hillsboro and Wilsonville chambers of commerce have announced their support of the re-election efforts o
Hillsboro, Ore. – A vast majority of Washington County mayors, from cities of all sizes, have endorsed Chair Andy Duyck and his bid to serve a second term as the top executive of the county. “Chair Duyck has brought sensible solutions to the county that have built a more respon
Little did I know that when I first volunteered at the Verboort Sausage and Kraut Festival with my new bride, more than 28 years ago, that in marrying her I had also married into this event. I have volunteered there every year since. Verboort is the town where my wife and our c
Hillsboro, Ore. – Washington County Chair Andy Duyck announced today that he is seeking a second term as Chairman of the Board of Commissioners. Duyck is working to expand on the progress made in Washington County in recent years, with a focus on economic growth, job creation,
Guest Opinion – Hillsboro Argus, October 4, 2013 By Andy Duyck Some of the biggest challenges we face as a county are not always visible in our day-to-day lives. Such is the case with how we should pay for on-going maintenance of our city and county roads now — before it costs m
Wheeler, Ore. — Andy Duyck joined other county, state and local officials yesterday for a meeting and tour aboard the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad to hear about a potential rails to trails project. The trail would span 86 miles from the town of Banks, in Washington County
Your financial support to Friends of Andy Duyck will give him the needed resources to communicate his continued vision of fiscal responsibility, increased government efficiencies, and economic growth for Washington County.