Grattan Kerans

Grattan Kerans

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Grattan Kerans (born January 2, 1941) is an American politician from Oregon. He was a member of the Oregon Legislative Assembly in the House of Representatives from 1974 through 1984, and in the Oregon State Senate from 1986 to 1993. He held the position of Speaker of the House during the 1983 legislative session.

Early years

Kerans was born in 1941 in Washington, D.C. He attended the University of Oregon. There he was editor of the Oregon Daily Emerald, the school's student newspaper from 1970 to 1971.

Political career

In 1974, he won election to the Oregon House of Representatives, and continued to serve through the 1983 legislature. Kerans gave up the seat in the House in 1984 to run for Oregon State Treasurer. He was the Democratic nominee, but lost to Republican Bill Rutherford. He then worked one year as a lobbyist for the City of Eugene.

During the fall of 1987 he joined the Oregon for Dukakis State Steering Committee and was one of 25 members of the steering committee introduced by Kitty Dukakis at an airport press conference."Katz, others join Dukakis camp" The Oregonian. November 7, 1987 At the Oregon Democratic...
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