East Oregonian
Bend doctor takes aim at Walden’s seat in hopes of fixing health care system

Jenni Neahring is hoping to make the transition from treating patients to helping solve the nation’s health care problems. A Bend doctor who formerly specialized in kidney treatment and palliative care, Neahring recently jumped into the seven-way Democratic primary for the right to mount a longshot challenge against Rep. Greg Walden, R-Hood River. … Read More

Eight Congressional Hopefuls Take Part in Forum

Dr. Jenni Neahring, a palliative care physician, says the healthcare issue is what got her into the race, and she thinks things can change, “It’s time for us to look around and see how much engagement there is, and how much desire there is to fix these problems, and know that there is hope for a much better future.” … Read More

The Bulletin
Walden’s challengers draw standing-room-only crowd

Health care is not the only issue Neahring is passionate about. She also spoke Saturday about access to education and being able to earn a fair wage. “Those things can only happen if we stop wasting all this money on health care,” she said. … Read More

Democratic Candidate Forum Brings Packed Auditorium

At least six democrats are trying to become the next candidate to run against Representative Greg Walden in the November general election. NewsWatch 12's Eliana Sheriff was at the forum as the candidates were in Medford trying to build support for the May 15, 2018 Democratic Primary. … Read More

Mail Tribune
Democrats vying for U.S. House square off

Neahring said it’s unfair to keep pretending Republicans have a lock on patriotism, saying that for her the Democratic Party represents “personal responsibility” by helping others in need. … Read More

2 weeks ago

Dr. Jenni Neahring

I got this message in an email yesterday from the American Cancer Society - Cancer Action Network. The BIPARTISAN healthcare bill, supported by every Oregon Representative, and previously stuck in Walden's E&C Committee now will have a chance to become law! This bill will provide the chance to build the healthcare workforce, educate the public and do much needed research. It has over 270 supporters in the House already. We need some positive movement on healthcare!!!

"Hey everyone,

I have some incredible news! PCHETA PASSED OUT OF COMMITTEE! From what I understand, Rep. Greg Walden gave a statement indicating he had heard so much from his constituents about this bill he had to take action."
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99% sure it will not get voted on in the House, and even if it gets a floor vote Walden will vote against it.

And if it passes he'll take full credit.