MultDems Support Free Speech

TikTok influencer

At the April Central Committee meeting, Multnomah County Democrats passed a resolution opposing the “TikTok Ban”

As Biden signs legislation requiring TikTok’s parent company ByteDance to divest itself from China, and TikTok plans its pushback, MultDems are coming out in full support of free speech, noting how TikTok and other platforms are vital to small businesses in America, particularly for BIPOC companies and influencers.

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MultDems Urge US To Continue Ukraine Support

Ukraine flag

MultDems are clear in their support for an ally that is seeing shortages and setbacks under Putin’s relentless attacks.

At the March 14th Central Committee meeting, Multnomah County Democrats passed a resolution (51 to 5) urging the Biden Administration and the US Congress to continue support for Ukraine.

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Run for Something, but How?

Campaign training

The Campaign and Candidate Liaison Committee of the Multnomah County Democrats wants to help candidates and staff run their campaigns as well as inform those who might be considering running in the future. The MultDems host a virtual half-day candidate training session on Saturday, March 9. The event is free but RSVP is required.

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Meet the Candidates!

Defend Democracy

At the next virtual MultDems Central Committee meeting (open to all Precinct Committee Persons – PCPs), on Thursday, January 11, the Campaign Committee will host a “Meet and Greet” with 2024 primary and fall election candidates. The sessions will be held in breakout rooms during 6:30 to 7:30 pm.

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About the New House Speaker…

U.S. House of Representatives

A statement from the Admin team of the Multnomah County Democrats about the new Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Mike Johnson. The message to Oregonians and all Americans is clear: the Republican Party is owned by anti-democratic extremists.

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