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Important Election Dates

  • April 18-20   Voters' Pamphlet delivered to all households. Have you received yours?

  • April 24   Last day to register to vote in the May Election or to switch your party registration to Democrat to vote in PCP elections.

  • April 25   Ballots mailed out.

  • May 15   Election Day!

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Rules Committee Announcement

The Rules Committee is adding new members. Anyone interested needs apply on or before April 17 by email to rules [at] washcodems.org. The policy for being a member will be sent to interested parties. Applicants will be notified by April 30. Our regular meetings are the first Wednesday of each month with extra meetings as needed.

It would be great if those interested in becoming a member of the Rules Committee, attend our meeting scheduled for April 17, 7pm at the WashCo Dems Office.

 

WCD March CC Meeting

Wednesday, April 25, 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!

  • SCC Alternate Delegate Election

An election will be held for two male Alternate Delegates to the State Central Committee and one male Alternate Delegate to CD1. Nominations can be emailed to rules [at] washcodems.org or accepted from the floor during the meeting.

Immediately following the April 25 CC meeting, the State Central Committee Delegates will meet to elect a Delegation Chair. Only full delegates may be nominated and vote for this position.

WCD CC meetings are run according to Robert's Rules of Order.

 

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