A former teacher, Rod Monroe delivered over $100 million for our schools to reduce class sizes and passed funding for talented and gifted programs, special education programs, and kindergarten and job training programs that help ensure students get the training they need for college or a career.
Rod Monroe voted for the landmark law that encouraged the development of more affordable housing, he voted to ban unfair rent increases, and Rod also supported investing hundreds of millions of dollars in affordable housing for Oregon families.
Rod Monroe voted for Clean Fuels legislation to cut down on pollution from cars and trucks and he also supported transitioning Oregon's power sources away from dirty coal.
Rod Monroe voted for the law guaranteeing Oregon workers five paid sick days a year because they shouldn’t have to risk losing their jobs or paying their bills when they’re sick or need to take care of a sick child.
Rod Monroe voted to create the Oregon Promise so that more young Oregonians can afford to go to community college and get their careers started.
In 2017, Rod Monroe voted to secure access to reproductive health and made sure that there's no co-pay for preventative services.