Revised Rules Published

We have updated the Standing Rules with the new rule on PRLC quorum. By custom, we have also published last year’s Platform Convention rules as the bulk of Rule 13. You can view the revised Standing Rules here. Expect this link to also appear on the Bylaws page soon. –Michael Smith, Rules Committee Chair

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When will PCP election results be available?

We’ve gotten a lot of questions about when Multnomah County Elections Division will report Precinct Committe Person (PCP) election results. We expect that you will find them at the County Elections website (MCED) sometime in the next week or two; MCED is saying that they expect to post final results by June 8. We will…

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How to become a precinct committee person (PCP) via write-in

Have you considered running for office? Start by running for Precinct Committee Person (“PCP”). PCPs are elected members of the Central Committee, the governing body of our Democratic Party. Elected PCPs vote for the leaders of the County Party, both on a district level and on a county level, and also vote for delegates to…

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Announcing the August 8 Central Committee Meeting

The Central Committee meeting of the Democratic Party of Multnomah County will take place: Thursday, August 8 2019Hollywood Senior Center1820 NE 40th Avenue, Portland 97212   (Map) Our schedule is as follows: 6:00 PM Doors open6:30 PM Registration and Sign In7:00 PM Business Meeting begins9:00 PM Scheduled end of Business Meeting Election of Treasurer Jil Heimensen resigned from the…

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Introducing Ami’s Actions!

We wanted to let you know that we have just launched an exiting new program called Ami’s Actions. Ami’s Actions will mobilize our volunteers to actions that will protect our neighbors and influence elected decision makers to better reflect our values. But we need you to make it work. Once you sign up, you will…

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Resolutions for the May 11th Central Committee Meeting

The next Central Committee Business Meeting and Social Program are scheduled for Thursday, May 11th, 2017 at the Hollywood Senior Center, 1820 NE 40th Ave, Portland, OR 97212. (Map) The Platform, Resolution and Legislative Committee (PRLC) of the Multnomah County Democratic Party will be presenting the following resolutions for vote at the next Central Committee…

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Eligible PCP candidates for April 13th CC Meeting

A spreadsheet of the PCP candidates eligible for appointment at the April 13th Central Committee Meeting can be found here. Interested Multnomah county residents who are registered as a Democrat may learn more about becoming a PCP both at the Central Committee meeting and through our website here. UPDATE: DRAFT MINUTES FOR APRIL 12TH MCDCC…

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