Re-Org 2021: Election Results

Highlights On January 23rd, 2021, MultDem PCPs elected 7 officers, 21 SCC Delegates and Alternates, and 23 CD Delegates and Alternates. The Multnomah County Democrats 2021 Reorganization Meeting took place on Saturday, January 23rd. Thank you, to all those PCPs who stuck with us through a very long Zoom meeting! For information on the duties of…

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January 2021 Central Committee: Thursday the 14th.

NOTE: The deadline to submit your nomination for Chair, Vice Chair 1 (training), Vice Chair 2 (credentialing), Secretary, Treasurer, Communications Officer and Technology Officer is Saturday, January 9th, 2021 at 8 PM Any Democrat living in Multnomah County may run! The Democratic Party of Multnomah County Central Committee meets Thursday, January 14, 2021 ONLINE ZOOM…

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2020 Election: Celebration and Gratitude

In Multnomah County, you, our local Democrats, our volunteers and our donors have inspired me and inspired all of us. From our committee leaders and committee members who do the behind the scenes work to the District Leaders, PCP’s, Neighborhood Leaders and all of you who have engaged with the Election Hub; we have done…

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What if Trump tries to steal the election?

WHAT DO WE DO IF TRUMP TRIES TO STEAL THE ELECTION? While Democrats must focus all of our remaining energy on getting out the vote, it’s important to start preparing in the event that Trump claims victory before all votes are counted. Trump has already widely circulated the false narrative that the election will be…

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GM García on the Racial Inclusivity Work Group

We connected with GM Garcia, the 2020 Dick Celsi Award winner and co-chair of the Racial Inclusivity Work Group, to discover how the work of building inclusiveness in the Democratic Party of Multnomah County can happen. Garcia’s impact on the Multnomah Democrats is seen in the organization’s Platform, which was shaped using the Racial Equity…

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In Memory and Honor of the Service of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

How do we define courage?  Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was courage personified. From her earliest efforts to gain equal opportunities for women, to her many career accomplishments, to her strength in standing up to extremists on all sides, and in facing the reality of her illness with her choice to pursue the most extreme treatments. …

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Multnomah Democrats statement on violence and protest

We support the work of the Black Lives Matter movement and its mission of re-imagining police and ending systemic racism.  We join with Black leaders in condemning the violence of agitators who claim they are committing violent acts in BLM’s name. It does not serve Democracy or the causes of justice.  We condemn both the…

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Reparations Resolution FAQ

On Thursday, June 9, 2020, the precinct committee persons (PCPs) of Multnomah Democrats will vote on Resolution 2020-13 The Debt: the Case for Reparations. The resolution’s primary author, Quinton Blanton, provided this FAQ for PCPs to read in advance of the vote. What is the purpose of a reparations program? In the book From Here…

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