Years in Office

 

Kevin served five terms (ten years) in the Oregon House of Representatives. His committee assignments included the Labor Committee and Judiciary Committee, as well as the Joint Committee on Ways and Means. He was chairman of the House Judiciary Committee on Criminal Law and served two terms on the Oregon Emergency Board. Kevin also served a partial term in the Oregon Senate, filling out a term by appointment.

Jan. 1999 - Jan. 2001

State Representative

District 32

Oregon House of Representatives

Republican Party

House Bills Highlights:
  • 1999 Session
    • HB 2744 Classifies driving while under influence of intoxicants as Class C felony, when person has three or more prior convictions. 

    • HB 2275 Creates crime of mail theft or receipt of stolen mail.

    • HB 2464 Includes disabled persons in statutes that provide protections for elderly persons.

    • HB 2554 Limits civil liability of health practitioner who provides health care services without compensation. 

Aug. 1998 - Jan. 1999

State Senator

District 16

69th Legislative Assembly

Republican Party

Oregon State Senate Highlights:
  • After completing his term as State Representative in 1997, Kevin determined that his values were more aligned with the Republican party and made the switch from Democratic to Republican.

  • Kevin served a partial term in the Oregon Senate, filling out a term by appointment.

January 1989 -January 1997

State Representative

District 32

Oregon House of Representatives

Republican Party

House Bills Highlights:
  • 1995 Session

    • HB 2296 Gives landowners, who permit members of the public to enter land for recreational purposes, immunity from liability for personal injury, death or property damage arising out of use of that land.

    • HB 2316 Stalking law modification. Learn more about how this bill impacted Kevin's past constituent by reading Nicole Barlow's story.

  • 1993 Session

    •  HB 2349 Expands Family Abuse Prevention Act to include persons who have been involved in a sexually intimate relationship, not just persons who have lived together.

    • HB 2364 Clarifies law to allow rape victim to testify in private as to sexual history during hearing to determine whether or not sexual history is admissible evidence for purposes of trial.

  • 1991 Session

    • HB 2545 Creates crime of child neglect in first degree. 

    • HB 2662 Allows foreign restraining order to have same effect as judgment of court of this state for period of 30 days after person protected by order arrives in state.

  • 1989 Session

    • HB 3388 Prohibits discrimination in residential real estate transactions on basis of familial status or disability.

    • HB 3455 Limits liability of good-faith donors of general merchandise or household items to charities or nonprofit organizations.

 

Political Service

2004

Delegate and Delegation Chair
Republican National Convention

Jan. 2003 - July 2005

Chairman
Oregon Republican Party

2000

Delegate and Delegation Vice-Chair
Republican National Convention

Jan. 1999 - Jan. 2001

Vice Chair
Oregon Republican Party
 
 

Complete Election History

2008
Race for U.S. House of Representatives - Republican Primary
  • Mike Erickson (R), 49%

  • Kevin Mannix (R), 46%

2006
Race for Governor - Republican Primary
  • Ron Saxton (R), 43%

  • Kevin Mannix (R), 30%

  • Jason Atkinson (R), 22%

2002
Race for Governor - Republican Primary
  • Kevin Mannix (R), 35%

  • Jack Roberts (R), 29%

  • Ron Saxton (R), 28%

2000
Race for state Attorney General
  • Hardy Myers (D) (inc.), 50%

  • Kevin Mannix (R), 46%

2000
Race for state Attorney General - Republican Primary
  • Mannix won the Republication nomination for Oregon Attorney General.

1998
Oregon General Election
  • Mannix defeated Democrat George Bell for Oregon House of Representatives District 32.

1998
Oregon Primary Election
  • Mannix won the Republican nomination for House District 32.

1996
Oregon General Election
  • Mannix defeated Republican Brian Seed for House District 32.

1996
Oregon Primary Election
  • Former House Speaker Hardy Myers defeated Mannix for the Democratic nomination for Attorney General.

1994
Oregon Primary Election
  • Mannix won the Democratic nomination for House District 32.

1992
Oregon General Election
  • Mannix defeated Republican challenger Mark Berlin for House District 32 by 68% to 32%.

1992
Oregon Primary Election
  • Mannix won the Democratic nomination for House District 32.

1990
Oregon General Election
  • Mannix defeated two challengers for House District 32. Mannix won with 64% of the vote.

1990
Oregon Primary Election
  • Mannix won the Democratic nomination for House District 32.

1988
Oregon General Election
  • Mannix defeated Republican incumbent Chuck Sides for House District 32.

1988
Oregon Primary Election
  • Mannix won the Democratic nomination for Oregon House of Representative District 32.