Message of the Month:

The DPWC supports public policy protecting all land in the state determined to be most suitable for agriculture.

Neuberger Banquet

Sat, 10/10/2015 - 6:00pm


If you would like to volunteer for this important event, or donate to our auctions, please email Louise Currin at vicechair2 [at]

Ticket Prices:
General Admission: $110
PCPs, Seniors, Veterans, Volunteers, and Students: $100
Full Table: $1,000 - 8 seats plus half page Program Ad (4.625"w x 7.5"h)
Half Table: $500 - 4 seats plus quarter page Program Ad (4.625"w x 3.625"h)

Ad Prices without Table Purchase: 
Full page: $400.00
Half page: $200.00 
Quarter page (business card): $100.00


Central Committee Meeting

Wed, 09/23/2015 - 7:00pm

Brad Martin, Executive Director of the DPO, will discuss
Oregon's Political Process - The Implications of a Three Party State

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

Social Time: 6:30PM   Meeting Time: 7:00-9:00PM
PCC Willow Creek Center, 241 SW Edgeway Drive, Beaverton, Room 103

Brad Martin has a long history of working for both political and service organizations. He was Executive Director of Fair Share Action and the Fair Share Alliance. He also served as the Democratic National Committee’s Northwest Political Director. Originally from Montana, Martin was the Montana Democratic Party’s Executive Director for 12 years.  In Montana, Martin was a field campaign director for both U.S. Representative Pat Williams and U.S. Senator Max Baucus.

Beaverton Celebration Parade!

Sat, 09/12/2015 - 9:00am

What: WCDs in the Beaverton Celebration Parade!
When: Saturday, Sept. 12; Meet up at 9am; Parade starts at 10am
Where: Route is from Beaverton Christian Church to Griffith Park
Notes: Meet up at the Beaverton Christian Church, corner of Allen Blvd and SW Wilson Ave. Parking available at Highland Park Middle School; Shuttle service from BCC and Griffith Park.
RSVP/Contact: Louis Nava at 503-548-3650 or communitychair(at)washcodems(dot)org


Fall Adopt-A-Road Cleanup Day

Sat, 09/26/2015 - 10:00am

Fall Adopt-A-Road Cleanup!


What: WCD's semi-annual 'Adopted Road' clean up day
When: Saturday, September 26, 10am - about Noon
Where: We begin at the Oregon Heritage Apple Farm, 22801 Southwest Scholls Ferry Road (park in the lot to the west of the red barn and twin silos)
Info: Wear solid shoes or boots, work gloves and weather-appropriate clothing for a couple hours out in the elements. We will provide safety vests, pick-up claws and big orange bags. Ages 12 and above only.
Contact: Louis Nava, Community Outreach Chair at navajl(at)msn(dot)com or 503-548-3650 (please let Louis know if you are planning on helping so he knows how much equipment to bring)

Please join us to help make Washington County a little bit cleaner, and spend about two hours picking up litter along Scholls Ferry Road between Teufel Hill Road and the River Road Roundabout. Following the Cleanup we will adjourn, as is our custom, to a nearby public house for refreshing beverages and food.

Kick-off to Victory 2016!

The Democratic Party of Washington County Introduces:
Operation Double 2016!

The WashCoDems are committed to the following goals for Operation Double 2016:

  • Doubling our current number of Neighborhood Leaders
  • Doubling our number of bilingual members (Spanish & English) in our Latino Outreach activities
  • In 2015, doubling the number of new Democratic Party voter registrations compared to 2014
  • In 2016, doubling the number of new Democratic Party voter registrations compared to 2015