What if Trump tries to steal the election?

WHAT DO WE DO IF TRUMP TRIES TO STEAL THE ELECTION? While Democrats must focus all of our remaining energy on getting out the vote, it’s important to start preparing in the event that Trump claims victory before all votes are counted. Trump has already widely circulated the false narrative that the election will be…

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GM García on the Racial Inclusivity Work Group

We connected with GM Garcia, the 2020 Dick Celsi Award winner and co-chair of the Racial Inclusivity Work Group, to discover how the work of building inclusiveness in the Democratic Party of Multnomah County can happen. Garcia’s impact on the Multnomah Democrats is seen in the organization’s Platform, which was shaped using the Racial Equity…

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Reparations Resolution FAQ

On Thursday, June 9, 2020, the precinct committee persons (PCPs) of Multnomah Democrats will vote on Resolution 2020-13 The Debt: the Case for Reparations. The resolution’s primary author, Quinton Blanton, provided this FAQ for PCPs to read in advance of the vote. What is the purpose of a reparations program? In the book From Here…

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Reflections on Pride 2020

By Rachelle Dixon and Eric Delehoy On June 28, 1969, police raided the Stonewall Inn, a neighborhood gay bay in New York City.  They harassed and brutalized patrons, as they always had.  But this time, patrons had had enough. Marsha P. Johnson, a Black Trans Woman, and Sylvia Rivera, a Latina Trans Woman, led patrons…

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Young Democrats! Apply for the Sue Hagmeier Oregon Summit Scholarship

In honor of the legacy and activism of our friend and long-time Party leader Sue Hagmeier, the Multnomah Democratic Party, through the gracious support of John and Shirley Vandermosten, has established a scholarship for young Democrats in Sue’s memory, to attend the biennial Oregon Summit, October 18-20, in Sunriver, OR. Apply for the scholarship here.…

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MultDems Call to Action: Keep Clean Energy Funding Intact!

As Oregonians, we shouldn’t have to pit schools against clean energy. We deserve fully funded schools and clean energy jobs and initiatives. Unfortunately, an amendment to the Student Success Act (HB 3427) could damage the future of the Portland Clean Energy Fund (PCEF) and prevent other cities and counties from taking this kind of bold…

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Announcing the April 11 Central Committee Meeting

We invite you to the Central Committee meeting of the Democratic Party of Multnomah County. The meeting will take place: Thursday, April 11 Hollywood Senior Center 1820 NE 40th Avenue, Portland 97212 (Map) Meet and hear the goals of the great Democrats who are running in the 2019 May Elections. Our schedule is as follows:…

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