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Honor, Integrity & Character

"During my 30 years in the Senate, I had the privilege of serving with a number of outstanding public servants, but it is hard to think of anyone who served the Senate with as much honor, integrity and character as you."

Senator Bob Dole
Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader
Upon Sen. Hatfield being named Portland's First Citizen (2002)

Superb Legislator & Respected Colleague

"You should be extremely proud of your 30 years in the U.S. Senate where you were a superb legislator and highly respected by your colleagues, both Republican and Democrat. I am deeply grateful for our warm personal friendship and thank you for your many kindnesses."

President Gerald R. Ford
39th President of the United States of America
Upon Sen. Hatfield being named Portland's First Citizen (2002)

Respected & Admired

"We respect you, we admire you...we miss you and yes, we love you."

President George H.W. Bush
41st President of the United States of America
Upon Sen. Hatfield being named Portland's First Citizen (2002)

Served with Distinction

"(Hatfield) has served with distinction in the United States Senate and has lived his convictions as well as any person I have every known in public life."

President Bill Clinton
42nd President of the United States of America
Remarks at the retirement dinner for Sen. Mark Hatfield (1996)

Humanitarian Spirit

"(Hatfield) embodies the humanitarian spirit that we all need a little more of in America and that gives public service its meaning and makes it worth the vicissitudes of public life."

President Bill Clinton
42nd President of the United States of America
Remarks at the retirement dinner for Sen. Mark Hatfield (1996)

Admired Mentor

"My ten years working for Senator Mark Hatfield were instrumental in shaping me as an adult. I constantly remember his smile, the dignity in which he carried himself, the humanity in which interacted with everyone on a daily basis, the remarkable patience in which he dealt with his youthful staff and his steadfast convictions on key issues of the day are among my fondest memories. Much of who I am today was formed by the opportunity to be mentored by Senator Hatfield and I am extremely grateful for the experience."

Jeffrey Boothe
Holland & Knight, Partner

 

We are pleased to announce that the premiere of

The Gentleman of the Senate:
Oregon's Mark Hatfield

is scheduled for:

Sunday, September 7, 2014 at 4:00pm

Lincoln Performance Hall
at Portland State University

There will be a special reception at the Oregon Historical Society following the showing. Proceeds from the premiere and reception will help fund the donation of a DVD copy of the film to every library, public and academic, in the state of Oregon.

Special thanks to the Hatfield School of Government at Portland State University for hosting the premiere showing.

To reserve tickets for the premiere and reception, and pre-order copies of the film, please click the appropriate link below.

One ticket to the premiere and reception
$125

Two tickets to the premiere and reception
$250

One ticket to the premiere
$50

Two tickets to the premiere
$100

DVD of Completed Film
$30

2-Disk DVD of the film with bonus interviews
$50

Digital Download Film Only
$15

If you wish to make an additional contribution to assist with the distribution of the film to libraries, please send a check to:

The Hatfield Project
16969 SW 65th Avenue, #444
Lake Oswego, OR 97035

     
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