News Release from North Clackamas Sch. Dist.
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Applications Accepted until December 19, 2018
Milwaukie, OR (November 16, 2018) — North Clackamas School District (NCSD) announces that Position 3 on its School Board is currently vacant due to the resignation of Director Trisha Claxton. NCSD’s School Board declared the position vacant at their November 15, 2018 meeting, and approved the following timeline to fill the vacancy: Continue reading
More than one pundit has already said that Clackamas and Washington counties will carry or lose this election for the Democrats. Let’s look at the numbers.
Multnomah County’s 527,169 registered voters make it the largest. And Oregon’s largest county is severely lopsided favoring Democrats. More than equaling it, however, are the combination of Washington County, 355,459, and Clackamas, 287,931. They, too, lean Democratic.
Those three counties are some 42 percent of Oregon’s vote next month. Continue reading
By Peter Toll
Clackamas County is in the thick of it this election as various political analysts agree the governor’s race between Kate Brown and Knute Buehler will be decided here and in Washington County.
An article in the Portland Tribune makes it clear: Multnomah County voters predictably deliver a big number to Kate Brown’s re-election. But the bottom line will come in the two big “swing” counties, those known to go both ways or sometimes lean one way or the other.
Let’s take a quick look at voter registration, which gives Democrats the edge, then we’ll visit the turnout numbers. Continue reading
Sarah Grider’s statement is missing from the official Voter’s Pamphlet for the November 2018 General Election. We have provided it below
Sarah Grider 2018 Voter's Pamphlet Statement
Clackamas Democrats are pleased to publish our slate cards for the November General Election.
There are ten different cards, one for each House District with significant areas in the county. Some of the candidates and measures are different on each card.
Please locate the House District for where you live, download the appropriate card, and share it with your friends and neighbors.
Click here for a full list of candidates and measures on the November ballot.
Meanwhile Neighborhood Leaders all over the county are distributing cardstock versions of these cards to many Democrats. Why not join them?