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Val Hoyle for BOLI canvas, Saturday May 12!

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Knock Doors for Val Hoyle

For Commissioner, Bureau of Labor and Industries

Saturday May 12 10:00 AM
Oregon Labor Center
3645 SE 32nd Ave in Portland

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If Val Hoyle wins the May Primary with over 50% of the vote, then she wins the race outright. Help put the only Democrat in the race over the top, and win one early!

Only 8% of the ballots have been returned so far in Multnomah county! Help us get out the vote this weekend!

For more information, contact Chelsea Watson at 503-232-1195 x 310 or

Val Hoyle Wins!

Our new Bureau of Labor and Industries commissioner in Oregon

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped get the vote out in this race, and to all the voters who cast their ballots for Val. You made a big difference for workers!

Last Day to Register to Vote!

Oregon’s 2018 Primary election is May 15th. The last day to register to vote in the election is today, April 24th! There are two ways to register to vote:

  1. You can register online through this website if you have an Oregon Driver’s License or Oregon State ID!
  2. If you do not have an Oregon Driver’s License or State ID, you will need to fill out a voter registration form (available here) and drop it off today at the Multnomah County Elections Division offices, at 1040 SE Morrison Street, Portland, OR.

If you have moved or changed addresses since the last election:

If you have moved or changed mailing addresses, and have not updated your mailing address with the County, you need to update your mailing address as soon as possible. You can do this through this website.

If you wish to change your party affiliation:

If you wish to change your party affiliation in order to vote in the Democratic Primary, you need to fill out a new card. You may do so online.

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Support Health Care for All come out this Saturday to the Inner City Blues Festival

The Democratic Parties top legislative action item is health care. Health care is a human right, we demand our legislatures adopt an equitable, high-quality, comprehensive, universal, publicly-funded healthcare system including general, preventative, and emergency care, plus vision, dental, hearing, prescription drugs, long-term care, substance abuse, hospice care, and mental health services. Do you want to make this vision a reality?

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Multnomah County Democrats: UNTIL the world is won

We must persist pressuring our electeds day in and day out UNTIL every vote is protected, UNTIL every person is respected, UNTIL every person has health care, UNTIL every child is lifted up in love, UNTIL every job provides a living wage, UNTIL every person in poverty has basic subsistence, UNTIL we lift up our Native people, UNTIL every black man and woman can live in safety, UNTIL every war has ceased, UNTIL every wall is torn down, EVEN if we have a narcissistic egomaniac in the white house, we have to persist, there is power when we stand together.


Join us in our actions text EZActions to 797979 and let us not rest until the world is won.

March For Science Saturday April 14

March For Science 10:00-3:00 Pioneer CourtHouse (Meet Ege Calay and Brian Harvey at 10:00, they will be carrying the Multnomah County Democrats Banner!) meet right behind Starbucks @ Pioneer Courthouse, rsvp here:

Last year, thousands of Portlanders joined over one million people around the world in the largest event for science advocacy in history. In 2018, we unite again to tell our elected officials and representatives that we will not allow them to weaken our institutions and block science from informing our policies!

Bring your family, friends and colleagues out to celebrate and march for science. All ages and abilities are welcome, especially if you believe in science, are an advocate for science, and support policy making informed by science!

Rally – 10am-11am – Speeches from Portland scientists and science enthusiasts will kick off the day
March – 11am-noon – Designed to be accessible for all abilities, the march will start and stop at Pioneer Courthouse Square
Expo & Kids Zone – 10am-3pm – Activities, local science organizations, and the popular Kids Zone will be back this year
Science Talks and Performances – 12:30pm- 3pm – short lectures about scientific inquiry and advocacy and a science circus for kids!

Follow here for important news and the latest updates on the march’s day-of events!

Budget Hearing April 3rd to save our Community Centers! 6:30-8:30

Community Centers make life better by offering affordable preschool, after school care, enrichment classes, and safe public spaces. Every year we fight to keep our centers open. Demand that the people in charge have the same priorities of WE the people. Show up April 3rd at David Douglas High School 1001 SE 135th Avenue, 97233to make your voice heard. For more information, who to call, email and sample script/email click here.

March for Our Lives Today 10-2

Come out Rain or Shine! We are meeting at the Park Blocks and are looking forward to seeing you there. All across the country, kids are speaking out and standing up, demanding that their lives and safety become a priority and that we end gun violence and mass shootings in our schools today. For more information and let us know you are coming! Click here