Special district elections
ELECTION DAY IS MAY 16. BALLOTS DROP MAY 2.
PLEASE VOTE EARLY.
MAGA Republicans are challenging Democrats in nearly every seat in these elections.
It’s important to vote for candidates who represent Democratic values. Here's the cheat sheet you need to help elect Democrats into office. Candidates who have responded to MultDems questions are spotlighted and linked below.
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Multnomah County Commissioner
Multnomah Educational Service District
Mt. Hood Community College District
Portland Community College District
Portland Community College elects representatives from multiple counties. This listing includes only those whose districts fall in Multnomah County.
> Tiffani Penson, Director, Zone 2
Kien Truong, Director, Zone 3
Kristi Wilson, Director, Zone 7
Centennial School District #28
Jess Hardin, Position 2, Zone 2
Melissa Standley, Position 4, Zone 4
Rose Solowski, Position 5, At Large
Heath Curry, Position 6, At Large
Corbett School District #39
Andrew Hatlen, Position 1
Ben Byers, Position 6
Paul Granberg, Position 6
Leah Fredericks, Position 7
Tami Thustos-Arnold, Position 7
David Douglas School District #40
Gresham Barlow School District #10J
Parkrose School District
Brenda Rivas, Position 2
Eva-Jeanette Rawlings, Position 3
Portland School District
Reynolds School District
Ballots must be in a dropbox or postmarked by May 16, 2023 at 8pm. If you need to find your ballot drop and other information, check the Multnomah County Elections website.
All Democratic candidates running for office have been invited to answer a MultDems questionnaire.
If a candidate profile is not linked, we have not yet received it.
Are you a Democratic Party member and candidate on the May 2023 ballot?
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