by Kelly McCurdy An Opportunity for PCPs and Volunteers to MAKE A DIFFERENCE.Please complete the attached survey and download these shareable resources. As we kick off the new year and new reorganization of our party, we are asking for your direct support in the relaunch of our Community Action & Engagement (CA&E) program. For anyone…Read More >
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.
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 >
MultDems is looking for a new Comms Officer starting in February. If interested, please email info@MultDems.org. I announced recently that I would be stepping down as Comms Officer at the end of January. Even as I write this, I am preparing to bring my mom home from the hospital tomorrow. With my family struggling with multiple…Read More >
Gretchen Hollands was elected the MultDems Treasurer at our December Central Committee meeting. Candidate for Treasurer Special Election December 9, 2021 Multnomah County Democrats Central Committee Meeting Gretchen Hollands Gretchen Hollands was elected the MultDems Treasurer at our December Central Committee meeting. Read her candidate bio below to learn more about her. Thank you for…Read More >
Chair of the Election Integrity Platform Sub-committee Portland used to be called “the city that works”. Now, it doesn’t seem to work! What can YOU do about it? A lot! First, note that a citizen-oversight group is working on making a difference and has the power to make a big difference! The Portland Charter Review Commission was…Read More >
THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 2021 ~ 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM RSVP HERE SAVE THE DATE! WHAT: Multnomah Democrats Annual Picnic WHEN: Thursday, August 12 from 6 to 8pm WHERE: Red Sunset Park in Gresham (2403 NE Red Sunset Drive) RSVP: Let us know you’re coming so we’ll cook enough for everyone. RSVP at https://secure.ngpvan.com/gcM2vLssn0KvP7PD_M0u9A2 CARPOOL: If…Read More >
Democratic Precinct Committee Persons (PCPs) from House District 47 selected three candidates for the Multnomah County Commissioners to choose from to fill the legislative vacancy in House District 47. The candidates, in order of preference, are: Andrea Valderrama Adrienne Enghouse Robin Castro PCPs were required by Oregon statute to select at least three candidates. The…Read More >
Seats are open for the May election, across Multnomah County, including school boards, community college boards and more. The Campaign Committee asks you to think about running, and to reach out to Democratic neighbors and friends who can represent us well and ensure excellent, safe, and equitable service for our county’s residents, families, staff and students. Could this be you?Read More >
Your community needs you! Are you ready to take the leap and run for elected office? School board and other positions are coming up in the May Election and MultDems want to help you get started. Democracy runs on our representation and involvement! Those who hold these positions make a difference now. They are also…Read More >