Rob Cornilles (R-OR-1)

Rob Cornilles Congressional Candidate, Oregon District 1 Special Election (Primary Candidate)

Rob Cornilles Biography from Oregon SOS

Update 09 November 2011: ***Unofficial results for primary 39,500 votes or 72.76 percent. Click here for Results***

Rob Cornilles

Republican (REP)

Occupation: President, Game Face Inc. (

Occupational Background: Business owner

Educational Background: Newberg High School; BYU, BA

Prior Governmental Experience: None

Community Involvement: Board Member: Oregon League of Minority Voters; Virginia Garcia Memorial Foundation; Special
Olympics of Oregon; Japan-America Society of Oregon, Business Committee; Umpqua Bank Regional Division; National Advisory Board, Positive Coaching Alliance; former president of Southside Soccer. Volunteer: Good Neighbor Center; Boy Scouts of America; coached 16 youth teams.

Family: Married to Allison Au (25 years), father of three sons, ages 21, 18, 15.

Oregon Jobs: Our #1 Priority

Oregonians need jobs and opportunities, so let’s raise expectations of what a U.S. Representative should BE and DO and elect
leaders who can deliver results.

Electing another lawyer to Congress won’t solve the problems we face. We need people who have been driving innovative small businesses, which I’ve been doing for 16 years.

I founded and kept Game Face in Oregon because my family loves it here. Over the years, we have employed 60 people, built a united team, and succeeded together. We have also helped launch more than 500 careers nationwide.

Unlike comfortable politicians, I have had to make personal sacrifices while sticking to a budget. While privileged politicians
continue to play partisan games, we Oregonians struggle to find work, make ends meet, educate our kids, and prepare for retirement.

Simpler and Fairer Taxes

This economy confirms our need for a simpler and fairer tax code. I will work to eliminate corporate loopholes and lower
the tax rates for everyone, creating more taxpayers and revenues.

Stop Mounting Debt

We can’t afford Washington, D.C. taking on more debt in wasteful attempts to stimulate the economy. By eliminating unreasonable regulations and government waste, Oregonians can and will create jobs and grow prosperity here at home.


A former Oregon governor and Oregon U.S. Senator, current legislators, mayors, county commissioners, and community and business leaders all want to work with Rob. For details,see:

Links to Special Election Candidate websites and bios:

Special Election, OR 01: January 31, 2012
*** Suzanne Bonamici was nominated by both the Democrat and Independent Parties and will appear under each on the January Ballot. ***

D-Democratic Party of Oregon
R-Oregon Republican Party
Lib-Libertarian Party of Oregon
Ind-Independent Party of Oregon
Prog-Oregon Progressive Party

OR District: 1

Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR-1)

Rob Cornilles (R-OR-1)

James Foster (Lib-OR-1)

Suzanne Bonamici (Ind-OR-1)

Steven Reynolds (Prog-OR-1)

***********Related: Primary***********

Links to Special Election Candidate websites and bios:

Oregon Special Election Timeline OR1

OR District: Special Election OR1


Saba Ahmed (D-OR-Special Election OR1)

Brad Avakian (D-OR-Special Election OR1)

Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR-Special Election OR1)

Dominic Hammon (D-OR-Special Election OR1)

Robert E Lettin (D-OR-Special Election OR1)

Todd Lee Ritter (D-OR-Special Election OR1)

Dan Strite (D-OR-Special Election OR1)

Brad Witt (D-OR-Special Election OR1)


Rob Cornilles (R-OR-Special Election OR1)

Pavel Goberman (R-OR-Special Election OR1)

Jim Greenfield (R-OR-Special Election OR1)

Lisa Michaels (R-OR-Special Election OR1)

D R Delgado-Morgan (R-OR-Special Election OR1)

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