Let’s Go Neighborhood Leaders!

Banner ad for neighborhood leader signup, white text with blue and green colors and stars in background

The May 21 primary ballot includes some really important votes: US Congress in both the 3rd and 5th districts, Oregon state races including Secretary of State, as well as every County Commission District. It’s spring! The weather is warming up a (little) bit, And we’re getting outside talking voting with our neighbors. Starting now- Before the Voter Registration…

Read More >

Run for Something, but How?

Campaign training

The Campaign and Candidate Liaison Committee of the Multnomah County Democrats wants to help candidates and staff run their campaigns as well as inform those who might be considering running in the future. The MultDems host a virtual half-day candidate training session on Saturday, March 9. The event is free but RSVP is required.

Read More >

Meet the Candidates!

Defend Democracy

At the next virtual MultDems Central Committee meeting (open to all Precinct Committee Persons – PCPs), on Thursday, January 11, the Campaign Committee will host a “Meet and Greet” with 2024 primary and fall election candidates. The sessions will be held in breakout rooms during 6:30 to 7:30 pm.

Read More >

Why Run for Portland City Council?

Portland small donor elections

Portland’s city government will look dramatically different starting in January 2025. The election of 12 new city council members (3 from each of 4 districts around the city), plus a new mayor and city auditor, will happen in November 2024. That’s a long way off! So, why are so many people already declaring their intent to run? And, why should YOU consider running? Get the info and important dates and links here.

Read More >