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Join Us 4/12 Central Committee Meeting

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We will consider substantial changes to the bylaws of The Democratic Party of Multnomah County at the Central Committee Meeting, April 12, 2018. Meeting be extended to run until 9:30 PM. Details below.

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The Central Committee of the Democratic Party of Multnomah County meeting will take place:
Hollywood Senior Center
1820 NE 40th Avenue, Portland 97212

Our schedule is as follows:
6:00 PM Doors Open
6:30 PM Meet Primary Election Candidates for City Council, Metro and others
7:30 PM Business Meeting Begins
7:40 PM Credentialing Ends
9:30 PM Proposed End of Business Meeting (note proposed time extension from 830 – 930 – if approved by the body)
The Rules Committee will present revised Bylaws and Standing Rules for adoption.
More info here:

WE RISE TOGETHER -A Successful 2018 Celsi Celebration

 

 

Retire Greg Walden.   Analysis shows that his seat is vulnerable.

 

 

Multnomah County Democrats co-hosted 4 candidate forums

Multnomah County Democrats Support Students at the Portland March for Our Lives

The Multnomah County Democrats supported local students at the March For Our Lives event on March 24, marching with thousands of other people through downtown Portland.

Multnomah County Democrats attended DPO platform convention


Multnomah County Democrats attended Portland Budget Hearings

Multnomah County Democrats attended labor caucus

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Upcoming Events and Meetings


Apr 14 March For Science 10:00-3:00 Pioneer CourtHouse (Meet Ege Calay and Brian Harvey at 10:00, they will be carrying the Multnomah County Democrats Banner!) meet right behind Starbucks @ Pioneer Courthouse, rsvp here

Apr 14 Portland City Council Candidate Forum 10:00-1:00 The Gathering Church
Apr 15 Asian and Pacific Islander Caucus of the DPO  3551 NE Sandy
Apr 17 Community Budget Forums 6:30-8:30 Roosevelt High School
Apr 19 Education work group – impact education legislation 4:30-6:00 pm MultDems Office
Apr 23 Platform, Resolution and Legislative Committee – impact position statements and platform of the Multnomah Democrats
Apr 27 9th Annual Wayne Morse Gala DPO
Stay up to date on events follow us at www.multdems.org and FaceBook Page:

Be Empowered – Get Involved:
We are accepting applications for The Endorsement Task Force to review and make recommendations on upcoming ballot measures and initiative petitions. Please send a statement of your interest to campaign@multdems.org.

Some ballot measures that may be considered include:
IP 22—to end sanctuary state status – DO NOT SIGN – IP 22:
IP 31, 38, 39—attempts to adjust the requirements for raising revenue
IP 25—to require publicly-traded companies to file statements on their state tax filings
IP 37—to prevent the taxation of groceries
The state municipal bond amendment and an affordable housing bond measure from Metro Portland Climate Action Community Benefits Initiative, Portland Just Energy Transition.
Retire Greg Walden. Analysis shows that his seat is vulnerable.
Write In Campaign for PCP: Invite activists to get involved; wage a write in campaign for PCP on the May Primary ballot. All PCP terms of office end in June.

We Rise Together.

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