Patch Perryman

March Central Committee Meeting – Thurs 3/8, Hollywood Senior Center

We cordially invite you to the December meeting of the Central Committee of the Multnomah County Democratic Party. The meeting will take place:

Thursday, March 8, 2018
The Hollywood Senior Center
1820 NE 40th Ave, Portland, OR 97212
(Map)
Our schedule is as follows:

6:00 PM Doors open.
6:30 PM Program (TBA) begins.
7:30 PM Business Meeting begins.
7:35 PM Credentialing ends.
8:30 PM Scheduled end of Business Meeting.

The evening’s program will include a Q&A with candidates for local office. Details of which candidates and offices will be posted when available.

We will vote on the appointment of precinct committee persons (PCPs). A list of eligible appointees may be found here.

Pertinent documents for the March 2018 MCDCC Meeting

FEBRUARY 2018 MCDCC MEETING DRAFT MINUTES FOR APPROVAL

MARCH 2018 MCDCC MEETING DRAFT AGENDA FOR APPROVAL

MARCH 2018 MCDCC MEETING MINUTES – WRITTEN LIVE

December Central Committee Meeting – Thursday, December 14th at Hollywood Senior Center

We cordially invite you to the December meeting of the Central Committee of the Multnomah County Democratic Party. The meeting will take place:

Thursday, December 14, 2017
The Hollywood Senior Center
1820 NE 40th Ave, Portland, OR 97212
(Map)
Our schedule is as follows:

6:00 PM Doors open.
6:30 PM Program (TBA) begins.
7:30 PM Business Meeting begins.
7:35 PM Credentialing ends.
8:30 PM Scheduled end of Business Meeting.

We will vote to endorse, not endorse, or take no position on Ballot Measure 101 , which will be on the special election ballot January 23, 2018. A two-thirds vote of Central Committee members in attendance is required to endorse. The Platform, Resolution and Legislative Committee (PRLC) recommends endorsement of Measure 101. For more information on Measure 101 please go to http://yesforhealthcare.org/what-is-measure-101/.

The evening’s program will include a discussion of Houselessness, presented by Stuart Emmons. Stuart has worked on homeless issues since 1990, from housing, to shelters, to innovative solutions that focus on effectively addressing the challenge. Among his accomplishments, he designed the national award winning Simone Hotel for homeless, along with numerous other shelters and homeless housing projects.

We will vote on the appointment of precinct committee persons (PCPs). A list of eligible appointees may be found here.

We will elect five (5) alternate delegates to the State Central Committee, four (4) female and one (1) male. Interested candidates should attend the Central Committee meeting on Dec 14, and may self-nominate. Candidates must be a registered Democrat.

The Chair is accepting applications for the DPO Platform work groups. Meetings begin December 10th. Please email chair@multdems.org with your name, email, phone number, and subcommitee(s) of interest.

We are accepting nominations for the Dick Celsi Award, the Governor Barbara Roberts Young Democrat Award, and the Bill and Gladys McCoy award. If you have a nominee for any of these awards, please use this nomination form. You may use this form multiple times to nominate more than one person. Nominations are due midnight the evening of January 15, 2018.


The Multnomah County Democrats are conducting a SOCK DRIVE!
Please help reach our goal of 600 hundred socks for the homeless community by bringing any style of new, men’s or women’s socks, t-shirts or underwear. We will accept your sock donations at the Central Committee meeting.

    PERTINENT DOCUMENTS

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MINUTES FOR APPROVAL – MCDCC NOVEMBER MEETING

DRAFT AGENDA FOR APPROVAL – MCDCC DECEMBER MEETING

DRAFT MINUTES IN REAL TIME – MCDCC DECEMBER MEETING

Resolutions for the June 8th Central Committee Meeting

The next Central Committee Business Meeting and Social Program are scheduled for Thursday, June 8th, 2017 at the Hollywood Senior Center, 1820 NE 40th Ave, Portland, OR 97212. (Map)

Doors are at 6:00pm and the Social Program will start at 6:30pm.

The Platform, Resolution and Legislative Committee (PRLC) of the Multnomah County Democratic Party will be presenting the following resolutions for 50% +1 Majority Vote at the next Central Committee Business Meeting on Thursday, June 8th starting at 7:30pm:

Resolution 2017-3 Supporting Legislation to Create Nationwide System of Universal Vote-By-Mail

Resolution 2017-12 Multnomah County Democrats Opposition to SB 990

UPDATE: Three new Resolutions will be up for adoption by 2/3 Majority Vote at this meeting:

Resolution 2017-13 Tax on Bicycles

Resolution 2017-14 Taxes on Studded Tires

Resolution 2017-15 U. S. Climate Alliance to the Paris Accord


Two draft Resolutions will be presented outside committee approval, requiring unanimous consent for adoption:

Resolution 2017-16 Opposition to SB 437

Opposing The Sale of Oil Infrastructure To Global Partners


We also wish to announce that the following resolutions passed the May 11th Central Committee Meeting:

Resolution 2017-1 In Support of the WE THE PEOPLE Amendment

Resolution 2017-2 Security for Social Security

FOR YOUR INFORMATION: Minutes from May’s Central Committee Meeting as well as both the Agenda and live draft of the Meeting Minutes for June follow below:

MINUTES FROM MAY CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING

AGENDA FOR JUNE CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING

DRAFT MINUTES FOR THE JUNE 8, 2017 CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING

A list of persons eligible for appointment as Precinct Committee Persons (PCPs) is here.