|The Democratic Party of Multnomah County||We are dedicated to making people's lives better. We work toward an effective government, within the county and statewide, that will protect your rights, count your votes, build the economy, and be accountable. We're the front line for Multnomah County voters.|
At the November meeting, members of the Administration Committee presented proposed changes to the bylaws, unanimously recommended by the Administration Committee. They will be up for discussion and action at the December meeting. These are time-sensitive in that we have an Organizational meeting coming up in February, as determined last August.
There are two groups of amendments proposed, one having to do with qualifications of officers and election procedures, and the other having to do with protecting the integrity of our data resources. The marked up bylaws are attached, and here are the highlights.
Holiday Party Saturday, December 13th
Our victory this year happened because of your deep commitment to building a strong Democratic party here in Oregon. While Democrats struggled in other states across the country, we won in Oregon—thanks to you.
Democratic Holiday Party
with the Democratic Party of Oregon
and Multnomah County DemocratsSaturday, December 13th - 7:15 PM IBEW Local 48 15937 NE Airport Way, Portland Tickets: $35.00
We look forward to celebrating with you in person, and raising a glass to all our success!
See you there,
Chair, Democratic Party of Oregon
Acting Chair, Multnomah County Democratic Party
Regular Monthly Meeting - Rescheduled Due To Weather
Doors open at 6:00 for socializing.
Meeting begins at 7:00.
Join us at the Multnomah Democrats' Headquarters on
3551 NE Sandy Blvd.
Agenda to include:
Campaign report: A few disappointments and a lot of successes.
Tracee will have details, and everybody who took part will have more details.
Treasurer's report: Always important.
Fundraising planning: An important part of preparing for 2016.
Bylaws proposal (Action next month).
Joint Fundraiser and Holiday Party with the Democratic Party of Oregon (December 13th):
How can you help?
Gil and Gloria Luzader serve as Precinct Committee People for Multnomah County Democratic Party in House District 44. HD44 District Leader Tom Karwaki describes Gil and Gloria as "the backbone of St Johns," and says "Gil faithfully hands out four or five hundred slate cards each election, and Gloria makes about five hundred get-out-the-vote calls." The Luzaders both participate in our monthly General Meetings, and both help at Democratic booths and in the St Johns Parade. Gil has volunteered over three hundred hours in Senator Jeff Merkley's office over the past two years.
And like most good Democrats, they also serve their community more broadly. Both Gil and Gloria are leaders of the St Johns Main Street Foot Patrol. Both have been on the board of the St Johns Neighborhood Association and Gloria is active with the North Portland Public Safety Action Committee.
Multnomah County Democratic Party appreciates their service.