Message of the Month
The DPWC supports engagement of the world through
diplomacy and cooperation;
fulfill its treaty responsibilities and obligations
under international law.
Specal Guest Speaker:
Host of "Carl in the Morning" on KXRY 91.1FM and 107.1FM
Meet Candidates, Elected Officials and Political Appointees;
Hear Resolution Readings and Committee Reports; Get appointed PCP
Social Time: 6:30PM; Meeting Time: 7:00-9:00PM
PCC Willow Creek Center, 241 SW Edgeway Drive, Beaverton, Room 103
(entrance at southwest corner of bldg across from Park & Ride lot and MAX Station.)
This will be our final CC meeting of 2014.
Join us at our reorganization meeting on Saturday Nov 22nd, 9:00am to elect new party leadership!
Annual Neuberger Gala and Auction!
We will also have our always popular Wall of Wine, both red and white that are valued from $20 to $50 per bottle.
Put your skills to work on behalf for the Washington County Democratic Party! On November 22, 2014, at 9:00 am, the party will organize for the next two years. We will be electing a chair, a male vice chair, a female vice chair, a secretary and a treasurer. If you think that you would like to run for one of these offices, please contact the Nominating Committee chair at alicebartelt [at] comcast [dot] net. You may also contact one of the other committee members - Jack Timmons: jtimmonsd [at] yahoo [dot] com, Steve Hall: sehall664 [at] hotmail [dot] com, or Lupita Maurer: lupita [dot] maurer [at] gmail [dot] com.
If you want your name to be listed on the website as a candidate, you must notify one of the committee members by November 7th. The list of candidates will be posted on November 10th. Nominations will be taken at the meeting as well. You can find the duties of the officers in the bylaws. http://washington.oregondemocrats.org/bylaws-and-standing-rules
In addition to electing officers, the delegates and alternates for the State Central Committee and the First CD will be elected. Washington County is eligible for 9 delegates and 9 alternates for each of these groups. If you would like to run for one of these positions, contact one of the committee members by e-mail. You may also be nominated from the floor at the meeting.
The attached document lists all of the canvasses scheduled for the Brad Witt campaign for the remainder of October.
We are down to the final days of the campaign and we are looking for volunteers to help get out the vote in SD-15! We are neck and neck with Chuck Riley's opponent, and we need more feet on the ground to win this election! We have phone banking and canvassing shifts available every day.
Alissa Keny-Guyer (for HD 46) is announcing CHALLENGE GRANTS to colleagues in very tight races. Alissa will match up to those amounts listed for any donations from individuals (not PACs) that her colleagues receive by Sunday, Oct 19:
Want to make a splash in politics? Want to get paid to help elect Democrats in Oregon? A high-stakes Washington County area political campaign is currently hiring canvassers to contact and persuade voters to support our Democratic candidate. With only a little over two months until Election Day this is a chance to make a huge difference in a very important race, work with other great campaign staff and volunteers, and gain familiarity with Oregon politics. Compensation: $10/hr canvassing, with opportunities to earn bonuses.
Our friend Carl Wolfson has reached out to us for some support for his radio show "Carl in the Morning", which airs weekdays 7-9AM on www.XRAY.fm and XRAY 91.1 FM.
Carl and his producer JD are working hard to provide Portland area FM listeners and webcast/podcast listeners worldwide with progressive, informative and entertaining radio, but they have one major roadblock: XRAY.FM is commercial free.