Community Action & Engagement (CA&E) Needs You!

MultDems Community Action and Engagement

by Kelly McCurdy An Opportunity for PCPs and Volunteers to MAKE A DIFFERENCE.Please complete the attached survey and download these shareable resources. As we kick off the new year and new reorganization of our party, we are asking for your direct support in the relaunch of our Community Action & Engagement (CA&E) program. For anyone…

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When the going gets tough…

Defend Democracy

Notes about the “long game” from an active PCP and slate-dropping canvasser by Philip Quarterman These are tough times, and worse could be coming if the pundits are right about the upcoming election. I am bracing myself.  Meantime, I comfort myself with Randy Newman’s words, “when the going gets tough, the tough get going.” And…

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One Way To Speak Out for a Nuclear-Free Future

Hiroshima Day Portland

MultDems Cosponsor Hiroshima Day Commemoration Japanese-American Historical Plaza-north end of Waterfront park in downtown Portland, OregonSaturday, August 8, 6 PM to 7:30 PM Have you been concerned about the use of nuclear weapons given the war in Ukraine? The existence of nuclear weapons remains a threat to all life on our planet. Even a limited…

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Join the MultDems Climate Action Team

One Major Way To Take Action for Clean and Safe Homes by Catherine Thomasson Climate change impacts like drought and wildfires dictate driving fossil fuel use to zero. One of the major issues is reducing carbon emissions from buildings. Besides the use of electricity, this is the biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions in buildings.…

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Universal Health Care: It’s Oregon’s Moment

Health Care for ALL Oregon

by Thomas Sincic For many Oregonians, health care is a struggle. People delay medical care and ration out medications because they can’t afford them. Universal health care remains the #1 Priority Legislative Action Item for the Democratic Party in Oregon: The need to fight for this basic right is also highlighted by two recent reports:…

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