Many of you have been asking about the Multnomah County Democrats’ stance on Measure 114, which makes changes to firearm ownership and purchase requirements. Officially, our stance on Measure is NO POSITION.
It is worth noting that the MultDems official 2022 platform calls for the strengthening of Oregon gun laws.
by Julio Castilleja Betsy Johnson is likely to be an Independent candidate for Oregon governor this November. Over the weekend, she made a surprise appearance in front of the crowd at TEDx in Portland, and, when pressed on gun reform by the audience, said that “the style of the gun doesn’t dictate the legality.” She said this…Read More >
For the first time since the pandemic, Multnomah County Democrats hosted a live forum with candidates for city and county positions on April 28 at Polaris Dance Theatre in NW Portland, We thank Polaris Dance Theatre for donating the space and facilities for our return to live candidates events. Multnomah County Democrats Chair Julio Castilleja stated, “On behalf of…Read More >
Join Women’s March Foundation, Planned Parenthood, and partners for a national day of action. Planning is underway for the Bans Off Our Bodies Abortion Rally on Saturday, May 14th, from 2pm-5pm Stand up for your rights and support activists and the local, state and national legislators who are fighting for abortion rights. Learn more about…Read More >
PORTLAND, OR – APRIL 18, 2022 – The Multnomah Democrats are hosting a Candidate Forum on Thursday, April 28th, at the Polaris Dance Theater (1826 NW 18th Ave) at 7pm. The Forum will feature 14 candidates running in some of the most hotly contested local races, including Multnomah County Chair, City of Portland Commissioner Position…Read More >
Whether you have an hour, an afternoon, or more – there’s work you can do to help every voter make their voice heard. Sometimes the ballot is confusing and a friendly knowledgeable volunteer can really help. Sometimes voters don’t understand how much their vote matters. We do, we know races where a dozen votes or…Read More >
Redistricting means you may find yourself voting for in a different Oregon House district than you did in the past. You can verify what district you will be voting in by typing in your street address in the Multnomah County Election Division’s up-to-date district look up tool. Here’s an updated House District map from Multnomah…Read More >
Catch a candidates forum or a town hall on the city charter. We’ve added a political calendar to the website. Have a look at what’s coming up, and help us keep it up to date. Do you know of a political event that you’d like to see listed? Click here to submit an event to…Read More >
The Multnomah Democrats are pleased to announce there will be an election for the Communications Officer position, which has been open since January 6, 2022. The election will occur during the upcoming Central Committee meeting on March 10th. Below is a statement from the candidate, Britton Taylor (current MultDems Campaign Committee Co-Chair): I am a…Read More >
The Multnomah Democrats are seeking nominations for our Treasurer position. View the candidate form here and declare your candidacy!Read More >