Solomon was elected National Committeeman of Oregon in July of 2000. Prior to his election the national committee he was heavily involved with the Polk County Republican Party, serving on numerous committees and both Chairman and Vice Chairman from 1997 to 2002. Solomon attended the 1996, 2000, 2004, and 2008 national conventions in a delegate capacity and also served as a member on the Asian-American Steering Committee for the Dole-Kemp national campaign in 1996. He was the Chairman of the Board of Directors at Comprehensive Care Center, P.C. in Salem, OR from 1992-2010 and also an International Trade Economist for the Alaska World Trade Corporation in Anchorage, AK from 1987-1990. Solomon holds a Bachelors degree from Alaska Pacific University and an MBA from the University of Alaska-Anchorage.
While with the RNC, Solomon served as an Executive Committee member for six years, as well as the 2004 RNC Site-Selection Committee and Committee on Arrangements. He is currently Vice Chairman of the Committee on Presidential Debates and co-founder of the RNC Conservative Steering Committee and Republican National Conservative Caucus. Solomon also organized the RNC delegation to Taiwan’s National Centennial Celebration in 2011 and was a member of RNC Delegations to Taiwan in 2001 and 2004.
Currently, Solomon is an op-ed contributor to the Washington Times’ Voice of Conservatism series and Vice Chairmen of the Republican Super Political Action Committee and Grassroots Conservative Coalition. He serves as President of the Grassfire Strategic Planning Management Group LLC and the U.S. Global Enterprising Corporation. A State Central Executive Member of the Oregon Republican Party and Member of the NRA, Solomon resides in Salem with his wife, Ourania.
WALDEN, Greg, a Representative from Oregon; born in The Dalles, Wasco County, Ore., January 10, 1957; B.S., University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore., 1981; member of the Oregon state house of representatives, 1989-1995; member of the Oregon state senate, 1995-1997; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Sixth and to the eight succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1999-present).