Kevin Mannix has a resume filled with careers in both the business and political fields. Mannix served five terms in the Oregon House of Representatives and a partial term in the Oregon Senate. He authored more successful legislation - 135 bills passed into law - than any other legislator in Oregon history. Kevin likes to emphasize that these bills not only created new laws but also eliminated bad laws and reformed broken laws.
Kevin Mannix's legislative and political career are described in detail at his own website: www.kevinmannix.com
Mannix has been an attorney since 1974 and continues to practice law. He opened his own law firm in Salem in January 1986 where he and his staff continue to handle legal affairs for businesses and non-profits.
Mannix is married to Susanna and has two sons, a daughter and three grandchildren.
Founder and President
Kevin L. Mannix
Duane Fletchall was a sergeant for the Marion County Sheriff’s Office for 27 years.
Fletchall retired from the sheriff’s office in 2002. He teaches criminal justice at Pioneer Pacific College.
Flecthall has written two law enforcement books: “26 Years, 224 Days” and “The Cop Within.” He is in the process of publishing both of them.
Fletchall has worked with Mannix on a number of initiatives throughout the years.
Fletchall has been married to Michele for 39 years and has a daughter Lindsay and a son Andrew.
Board of Directors
Common Sense for Oregon Foundation
Glenn Pelikan graduated from Central Catholic High School in Portland and from the University of Portland with a degree in Physics.
Pelikan worked in the medical device research and development department for 40 years first at Tektronix, then at Squibb and finally as a founder of Spacelabs Medical.
All his life, he has been active in the Catholic Church.
In recent years, he has actively pursued political reform in Oregon, especially in the areas of taxation and government regulation and served on the boards of several nonprofits.