May 3, 2016

Republican Carpenter Calls on Wyden to Reveal Measure 88 Vote

Portland, OR – Republican candidate for U.S. Senate and corporate turnaround specialist Sam Carpenter today responded to Sen. Ron Wyden’s call for “No Rules Voting” with the following statement: “With Ron Wyden’s refusal to fund the building of a border fence and his voting against the Oregonian worker…

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March 18, 2016

BAKER CITY HERALD: Carpenter hopes to ‘retire’ Wyden

by Jacob Jacoby Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Oregon’s problems are many, Sam Carpenter contends, and in his view Sen. Ron Wyden isn’t the solution to any of them. Carpenter, a Bend business owner, hopes to be the Republican who not only ushers Wyden, a Democrat, into retirement, but also the one who breaks a 14-year record of GOP losses …

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March 7, 2016

THE DALLES CHRONICLE: Outsider Eyes Senate Seat

Sam Carpenter is hoping to ride the anti-establishment wave into federal office by ousting incumbent U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore. Carpenter, a Republican, said that he joins millions of Americans in the belief that it is time to “stop playing Washington politics.”

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February 4, 2016

Bend CEO announces Senate candidacy

Sam Carpenter seeks Republican nomination to challenge Wyden Bend businessman Sam Carpenter has announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate. Carpenter is running for the Republican nomination to challenge Sen. Ron Wyden, a Democrat who has held the seat since 1996. Before that he was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for 15 years. Wyden’s seat is up …

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February 4, 2016

Oregon Republican Sam Carpenter Announces U.S. Senate Candidacy

Bend, OR — Telecommunications executive and business turnaround specialist Sam Carpenter announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate today. Carpenter founded Centratel, a private 9-1-1 call center 31 years ago in Bend, and also operates several small firms related to business rescue. He is running for the Republican nomination to challenge incumbent Senator Ron Wyden.

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