Calling All Democrats!
Come to the HD41 ICE CREAM SOCIAL!
4-6 p.m. Sunday, July 7, at Willamette View Commons
1661 SE River Ridge Drive, Milwaukie
Join us to kick-off the re-election campaigns for our Clackamas County Commission Chair Jim Bernard and Commissioner Ken Humberston
Menu: All the ice cream, cookies, wine & soft drinks you can eat & drink
Sponsored by your HD41 Democratic Caucus Precinct Committeepersons:
Jeanne Magmer, John DeHaas, Mike Litt and Bob Ely
Willamette View campus map
For more information, contact:
12705 SE River Rd #103A
Portland OR 97222
Clackamas Democrats don’t sit on their hands in so-called non-partisan elections. They know candidates have values, and they work for and support those candidates who share their values. (Endorsed candidates in bold.)
In the case of Tuesday’s special district elections with 77 overall races, Clackamas Democrats won eight of the 11 contested races they worked on. Many races were uncontested but worth mentioning is Betty Reynolds, of West Linn. She won election to the Clackamas Community College board; she was appointed a few months ago to a vacant slot and was unopposed.
We’re very pleased to announce that Clackamas Dems has launched our own podcast. Our first edition kicks off with Jordan Ferris, running for Position 4 in the West-Linn Wilsonville School District.
There are two important concepts that need to be understood about the special counsel’s report. One is obvious, the other less so.
One is the question of whether or not the 2016 election was free and fair?
The answer is clearly NO.
“As set forth in detail in this report, the Special Counsel’s investigation established that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election principally through two operations. First a Russian entity carried out a social media campaign that favored presidential candidate Donald J Trump and disparaged presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Second, a Russian intelligence service conducted computer-intrusion operations against entities, employees, and volunteers working on the Clinton Campaign and then released stolen documents.”
We’re pleased to share the highlights below from Standing and District Committee meetings held in March 2019.
House District 39, Naella Tesch and Gay Lewis
House District 40, Cris Waller and Mike Weber
Candidates lined up to speak at the joint meeting of HD39 and HD 40 on March 30. Before fielding questions, candidates for local school and water districts spoke about their campaigns and their districts. Candidates stressed that their races are getting more and more competitive.
The Democratic Party of Clackamas County (DPCC) is pleased to announce that we are seeking applications and nominations for the 2019 Jill Thorn Grant. This is a $500 grant to a woman seeking office for the first time.
Click here for details and the application forms