|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.|
Ballots start being mailed on Friday, April 27th. If you have not received yours by early the next week, contact Multnomah County Elections at:
Official Ballot Drop Site locaitons can be found HERE!
By Senator Diane Rosenbaum and Representative Tina Kotek of Portland. Sen. Rosenbaum is the Senate Majority Leader and Rep. Kotek is the House Democratic Leader.
As Oregon’s first annual legislative session approached, we spent months listening to Oregonians across the state. We heard firsthand what is needed to bolster our economic recovery and we responded with practical plans focused on creating jobs, protecting middle-class families, and prioritizing the services Oregonians need. While it was a short, fast-paced legislative session, House and Senate Democrats came through with an impressive list of accomplishments putting Oregon families and small businesses first.
The foreclosure crisis stood out as an issue we couldn’t ignore. We knew we had to stand up for struggling families and communities across the state, and we were determined to pass reforms to keep people in their homes and hold Wall Street banks accountable. In the final hours we pushed through a strong reform package to end dual track foreclosures, require mandatory face-to-face mediation, hold banks accountable, help families keep their houses, and stem the devastation of the housing crisis. We count this as a major victory of this short session.
Whether you enjoy campaign work, participating in events, summer festivals, or neighborhood get-togethers with like minded Dems, your voice is important to chart the future ad your activism is key to making that future a reality.
Be part of the Multnomah Muscle.
File to become a PCP. Deadline is MARCH 6!
Download your SEL 105 PDF (it's really short) from Multnomah County Elections. Form must be signed, but you may scan or FAX it in.
http://web.multco.us/elections - See "Precinct Committee Filing form" left column
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
ENGAGE! No questions - email us and let us know you have filed!