Cliff Stewart Bentz is a representative of the Oregon House from the 60th district. In 2020, he won the Republican primary election and is now standing against Democrat Alex Spenser and the independent candidate, Patrick Archer. However, Cliff Bentz went on to win the battle amongst the three to the U.S house.
Cliff Bentz Net Worth is approximately $5M in 2020
Cliff Bentz’s net worth has been growing since the year 2018. His income mostly comes in from being the successful politician that he is and his net worth in the year 2020 is said to be within the range of $2 million to $5million and is expected to increase after his latest victory in the elections that are happening right now.
Cliff Bentz was born and raised in Salem, Oregon on January 12th, 1952. His parents were Kenneth Bentz and Anne Bentz. He attended school at Regis High School and completed in 1970. He achieved his Bachelor’s degree in 1974 from Eastern Oregon State College. He also got his J.D. from Lewis & Clark Law school and was a law associate with an Ontario-based law firm and he made junior associate in 1980.
Cliff Bentz Wife
Cliff Bentz married a veterinarian, Lindsay. The family lives in Ontario Canada and has two children. Bentz is a devoted Roman Catholic and attends the Blessed Sacrament Church and he also served as the chair for ST. Peter catholic grade school for five years.
Cliff Bentz’s View On Abortion
Cliff Bentz has always been someone who has supported life. He has made statements like “I believe that life begins at conception and that life should be protected until death by natural causes occurs.”
The only exception to supporting abortion that Cliff Bentz makes is when the life of the carrying mother is at risk.
In the year 2019, he went on to receive the Atterberry Award from Oregon Right to life.
Cliff Bentz’s View On Healthcare
Cliff Bentz has also gone to issue statements regarding healthcare. He made it extremely clear that he is completely against a government-run health care unit and believed that Obamacare should be replaced a free market to bring down the cost of healthcare.
In the year 2008, Cliff Bentz became a member of the Oregon house of representatives, replacing Tom Butler.
He won the election against Tim K. Smith and stood unopposed in the 2008 general election.
In 2018 he was officially sworn in to replace Ted Ferrioli as a state senator. His largest campaign supporters have been a London based security firm, Ironside Associates, and his brother James Bentz.
On June 20th, 2019, all the republican state senators refused to work to prevent the vote on HB2020 that was proposed to lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Cliff Bentz officially resigned from his position on the second of January this year to contest in the elections again, representing Oregon’s 2nd congressional district. He has officially won the elections once again as of today.