Leader of Centro Cultural of Washington County announces candidacy for Senate District 15

Evan Ridley

HILLSBORO, Ore. – Senior supply chain analyst and chairman of Centro Cultural de Washington County officially filed to run for Senate District 15 earlier today.

Alexander Flores, a father of four and grandfather of two, was lauded by the Hillsboro Tribune for his leadership as chair of Centro Cultural where they stated: “With Flores at the helm, the organization receives a lot of well-deserved praise.”

Flores, who has been a strong advocate for education and children said, “Throughout my life, and as a strong community supporter and volunteer, I have learned a lot about leadership. I believe good leaders go where the problems are to make a difference, and that is exactly what I intend to do if elected.

“Politics are polarizing, Salem and Washington D.C. are broken and we are not being heard. With the recent effort by the Senate Democrats to discard small business tax reforms and low and middle-income tax breaks that help working families, I felt compelled to get into this race. My campaign will focus on fixing the problems facing our community.

“Alexander Flores has become a successful leader within the community, said Senate Republican Leader Jackie Winters. “We are excited about his candidacy and his vision. I am confident that he will bring innovative, new ideas that help constituents in Senate District 15.”

Senate District 15 comprises Hillsboro, Forest Grove, Cornelius and North Plains and a portion of unincorporated Washington County.

Flores will have a website and social media platform in the coming days to speak directly with voters about what is most important to them.


Press ReleaseReagan Knopp