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Zach Hudson

MultDems Member Spotlight: Zach Hudson

By Beth Blenz-Clucas | March 22, 2023

Zach Hudson is a PCP and an Oregon State Representative from HD 49, serving Troutdale, Fairview and Wood Village in Multnomah County. He took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions about why he is an active Democrat.

Opinion: Governor Kotek should make Oregon a sanctuary for the trans community. 

By Britton Taylor | March 19, 2023

If Oregon really wants to be a safe haven for the trans community, Governor Kotek should declare the state to be a sanctuary for the trans community. Gender affirming care is life-saving care, and our state should be a sanctuary for trans people, whose human and civil rights are now imperiled across this country.

Jennifer Stackhouse

MultDems Member Spotlight: Jennifer Stackhouse

By Beth Blenz-Clucas | March 17, 2023

Learn more about new PCP Jennifer Stackhouse in this MultDems member spotlight interview.

MultDems Announce Treasurer Special Election

By Multco Dems | March 15, 2023

The MultDems will have a special election for the Treasurer Officer position during our central committee meeting on April 13, 2023. Interested? Know someone who might be great in this role? If so, please email chair@multdems.org with your nomination by April 6, 2023.  Our Treasurer is responsible for the following: 1. Be custodian of all Party funds;2. Maintain…

Portland City Hall

Opinion: Rene Gonzalez’s Tent Ban is Cruel

By Michael Burleson | March 12, 2023

In February, Portland City Commissioner Rene Gonzalez banned Portland Street Response from distributing tents to the houseless citing fire danger. Multnomah County Democrats Chair Michael Burleson urges Gonzales to reverse course on this response to the housing crisis in Portland.

Oregon Arts Caucus

New: Oregon Arts and Culture Caucus

By Multco Dems | March 2, 2023

Celebrating the launch of the Oregon Arts and Culture Caucus on February 27, at Salem’s Elsinore Theatre. Hundreds of arts organizations from around the state, along with dozens of state legislators, attended the event. MultDem state rep Rob Nosse is coordinating the bipartisan caucus.

Run for Something Candidate training

Run for Something: How about your local school board?

By Dannelle D. Stevens | February 12, 2023

Run for Something: Is this the year for you to step up and run for the school board? Yes! Sign up for the Candidate Training:
Saturday, March 4, 12 to 4 on Zoom.

Save the Date March 5: Multnomah Democrats Present DRAG QUEEN BINGO with host POISON WATERS

By Britton Taylor | February 8, 2023

The Multnomah Democrats are proud to announce a fun afternoon of drag, bingo and raffles on Sunday, March 5th, at the world-famous Darcelle XV Showplace at 208 NW 3rd Avenue in Portland.  This fabulous event will be hosted by Portland icon and one-of-a-kind personality Poison Waters, who has been entertaining audiences for over three decades.…

Dacia Grayber, Oregon House District 28

MultDems Member Spotlight: Dacia Grayber

By Beth Blenz-Clucas | February 7, 2023

Dacia Grayber is many things: a firefighter, paramedic, mom and activist. She’s been a PCP and Neighborhood Leader. She served as State Representative for Oregon House of Representatives District 35 during 2021-2023.

Oregon House District 52

MultDems Member Spotlight: Lori Hood

By Beth Blenz-Clucas | January 26, 2023

Lori has been a Precinct Committee Person (PCP) for Oregon House District 52 since 2020. (The state representative for this district is currently a Republican.) She’s been active with the Environmental Caucus including advocating for Rural Timber Tax Fairness, and volunteering on various election campaigns including phone banks, card and letter campaigns. We asked her a few questions about why she is a Democrat.

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