The Washington County Democrats
endorse a YES vote on Measure 101

 

 

2017

We didn’t mourn. We organized.
Highlights from a year of organizing in Washington County.

2017 was challenging from a national standpoint. However, at the local level, we as Democrats and as concerned citizens have made a difference in our communities. Join us in reflecting on the gains that the Washington County Democrats have made this year.

A special message from Louise Currin, Chair of the Washington County Democrats

 

Registration For The Oregon Women's Campaign School Now Open!

Icon for the Oregon Women's Campaign SchoolThe Oregon Women's Campaign School is a two-day campaign training and an opportunity to meet fellow candidates, staff, activists, and elected officials. Three distinct tracks are available for candidates, campaign staff or activists. Any pro-choice individual who wants to learn more about running for office or who seeks to work on issue and/or candidate campaigns is eligible to attend. Please click HERE for details and more information.

Early bird tickets are available now through December 1st for $150.
School runs from 9 AM Saturday, January 20, 2018 through 4 PM Sunday, January 21, 2018.

RSVP to the FaceBook Event and invite your friends to join you at OWCS 2018!
 

Be part of the Democratic winning wave by participating in the March DPO Platform Convention!

Are you looking for ways to get more involved in the Democratic Party at the State level? Be one of the 131 delegates or 65 alternate delegates representing Washington County at the Democratic Party of Oregon’s Biennial Platform Convention. Sign up before our January 24 Central Committee meeting. Delegates and alternates will be approved at that time. You must sign up in order to be considered for this important position. 

Sign up by clicking this link!

 

January 2018 Central Committee Meeting

Wednesday, January 24, 2018
PCC
Willowcreek
241 SW Edgeway Dr, Beaverton, OR 97006
Social/Sign-In Time: 6:30-7:00PM 
Meeting Time: 7:00-9:00PM

Meet Democratic Officials and Candidates!
Become a Precinct Committee Person! Vote on Resolutions!
Hear Committee Reports! Sign up to Volunteer! Join a Committee!

Resolutions to be read at the January meeting:
1.  Calling for Judicial Review Before Removal of Special Counsel Mueller-First Reading
2.  To Preserve the Integrity of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument in Oregon-First Reading

 

 

Oregon Labor Candidate School logo

Running for political office is not easy. It takes commitment, time and resources to do it right, and the Oregon Labor Candidate School is here to support union members who are ready to run and win. Serving in elected office means your voice and skills will help build an Oregon where working people have a fair shot at prosperity. 2018 is the year to prepare yourself to be that voice.

Applications are now being accepted for our spring course starting in March in Eugene. In Portland, monthly evening workshops, covering an exciting range of campaign topics, are starting in February, and are open to members and workers' allies. Find out about these opportunities and more at www.oregonlaborcandidateschool.org.

 

Looking for House District Leaders

Want to help grow the Democratic Party in your community?
 Like meeting new people and making new friends?
Is Team Work important to you?
Interested in Washington County's Neighborhood Leader Program?

If Neighborhood Organizing sounds like something you would like to learn more about, you can sign up to be a House District Leader (HDL) with the Washington County Democrats! Every House District can have up to Four district leaders. The only requirements are that you be a Precinct Committee Person! Apply, and Chair Louise Currin will review your application for appointment. APPLY HERE to read the application and essential duties of an HDL. For more questions, email Carl Fisher, Field Director: field [at] washcodems.org