Register to vote this summer!

If you want to fight the Trump agenda, the most basic and important thing you can do is vote in the November general election. To do that, you need to register to vote! The deadline to register is Oct 16, 2018. You can register to vote in Oregon if you are at least 16 years old, although ballots will only be sent to you if you are at least 18. If you have moved recently, you should update your voter registration with your new address.

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If you are a college student or otherwise won’t be present this October and November, you can vote absentee! You will need to fill out an absentee voting form here and mail or fax it in. You are encouraged to get your absentee ballot form in by October 6th.

If you are a military or overseas voter, please register or request an absentee ballot through the Federal Voting Assistance Program.

Division-Clinton Street Fair

Division-Clinton Street Fair and Parade, Saturday July 21st, presented by Trailhead Credit Union

Catch the Multnomah Democrats at the Division-Clinton Street Fair, Saturday July 21st!We will have a booth at the fair AND we will march in the parade. Our booth will be at SE 28th Avenue near Division, and we will be there from 10AM until 5PM.

If you wish to march with us, then meet up at 10:15 AM at 41st and Division.

Want to volunteer? Contact Pablo Martos or Sally Joughin to sign up for a 2-hour shift at our booth and/or let us know you will be in the parade.

Flip the House!

Help Democrats win the US House by volunteering for Jamie Mcleod Skinner! Jamie is running against Greg Walden in Oregon’s 2nd Congressional District. She will be our champion for living wage, strong unions; job creation shifting to clean energy jobs; affordable health care; gun safety; affordable education; and the rights of DREAMers.

Volunteer for Jamie

Vote on Bylaws at July 19 Meeting

A Special Meeting of the Central Committee will take place on Thursday, July 19, from 7:00-9:00 PM. We will be voting on revised Bylaws and new Standing Rules, proposed by the Rules Committee. As a PCP, you are eligible to vote on these Bylaws changes.

The location of the meeting is The Rosewood Initiative – 16126 SE Stark St, Portland. (Parking lot in front, and blue MAX on Burnside and #74 bus on 162nd Ave. have nearby stops)

Here are the documents we will be voting on:

Standing Rules

If you wish to view the amendments that were made on and after April 12, contact and a version showing those amendments will be sent to you.


Money to fund all that we do, from keeping the office open to participating in community events to printing slate cards.

Volunteer with us!

The Multnomah County Democratic Party is an all-volunteer operation, from knocking on doors and making phone calls all the way to the Party officers. Get involved, and help us fight for the issues in which you believe!


Neighborhood Leader Program

Talk with your neighbors – face-to-face – to help build a progressive community and to elect Democrats.
Sign up for NLP

Our Platform

Democracy and values in action to further the causes for which we stand.
Read our platform

Become a PCP!

Congratulations to all the persons who were elected to the office of Precinct Committee Person! Whether you are a new PCP or PCP who has been re-elected after election or appointment, please consider filling out this survey to help us better understand and organize you.

You can be appointed a Precinct Committee Person. Precinct Committee Person Appointments take place at credentialed Central Committee meetings. You should read this information page before applying, and then apply here. The next round of PCP appointments will be at the August 9th Central Committee Meeting at the Hollywood Senior Center, 1820 NE 40th Ave, Portland. To be appointed at the August meeting, you need to get in your application by Friday July 20 at 11:59PM.

Become a PCP

Ami’s Actions

Ami’s Actions are text alerts about actions to take towards electing Democrats and building a progressive community. Standard messaging rates may apply. You may enroll at any time by texting EZACTIONS (with an S) to 797979. You may unsubscribe at any time by texting STOP to 797979.
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June Resistance Writers

Resistance Writers is the MCD blog where you have a chance to share thoughts, perspectives and viewpoints. In this month’s edition: teacher, PCP and Neighborhood Leader Greg Burrill writes about The Importance of Nonviolent Resistance. Sara Wolk, PCP and Chief Petitioner for “STAR Voting for Multnomah County” brings us STAR Voting: Heal Democracy! PCP Stephenie Frederick writes about How can we raise voting rates. Economic Policy Advocate Juan Carlos Ordóñez tells us how Legislature leaves Oregon largely defenseless against corporate abuse of tax havens. Finally, and PCP Deb Meyer reminds us that Public Schools Belong to All of Us. Charter Schools Do Not.

If you would like to submit an article for consideration email

Opinions expressed in Resistance Writers do not necessarily reflect those of the Multnomah County Democrats.

Coming Events

  • Tech Team Meeting
    August 19, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    Multnomah County Democrats, 3551 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97232, USA