Former NEHS ASB President for Mayor. #64PolicyGoals

Stronger Roots, Truths, and Youths. Thomas Hiura for Eugene Mayor.

Stronger Roots, Truths, and Youths. Thomas Hiura for Eugene Mayor.

Stronger Roots, Truths, and Youths. Thomas Hiura for Eugene Mayor.Stronger Roots, Truths, and Youths. Thomas Hiura for Eugene Mayor.

This site is a work in-progress, but so is our city.
Check back after March 20th for our full policy platform.

Thomas' Message:

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"So...who are you?"

I'm Thomas Jeffery Hiura, and I would be honored to earn your vote in May.

I'm a bellhop/valet in downtown Eugene. I've been a classroom teacher of U.S. government and history in NYC, a resident of River Road since 1995, a touring musician, an an advocate for kindness and humanity in Eugene for over eight years.

Mayoral Platform

Eight Pillars of a Stronger Eugene 💪

Education, Mental Health, Business, Housing, Climate, Art, History and Climate Again.

I am proposing 8 solutions for each of these 8 issues, all of which are key to Eugene‘s success. We are slowly rolling out these 64 policy ideas at http://Instagram.com/thomashiura4eugene and the news platform: http://Instagram.com/humanityeugnews .


The goal is to affect change in the untapped ways a committed Mayor can, without wildly increasing YOUR tax burden and mine.

Supporting EUGENE Businesses

We're not Multnomah County, where our Portland-focused state government tends to pay most attention.

We can do so much more for our businesses, builders, and job creators.

As a recipient of the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce's Future First Citizen Award, I was named a future business leader in 2011.


After years producing music and audio/visual content in the private sector, I've also developed a business plan for a Hip-Hop Ramen Shop!


While I believe deeply in regulations which protect our climate and safety, I am frustrated that Lane County has become so tough for small business owners. It's short-sighted, foolish, and does little to help anyone.

The 40th Mayor


An upcoming essay about the future, and about the legacy of our previous 39 community leaders.


Spoiler Alert:

I think it would be a GOOD thing to elect someone who would be different than the typical mold. I carry a lot of identities and experiences that have yet to be represented in the Mayor's office.