Clackamas County Clerk’s office has re-drawn several precincts to adjust for an increase in voters in our county. Some precincts were getting too big.
If you are filing for election in May as a Precinct Committee Person (PCP), be sure to file for the correct precinct, the one where you are registered to vote. Talk to your House District Leader or check the County’s interactive map here to confirm your precinct number. Check here for important guidelines, dates and forms to file for PCP election. The deadline for filing is 5 pm, Tuesday, March 10, 2020.
Only those PCPs elected in the May primary will be eligible to vote for new officers in our county reorganization meeting which occurs after the November general election.
PCPs appointed after the election will enjoy all the usual benefits associated with the position except the ability to vote for officers in the reorganization.
Every two years, Democrats have the opportunity to run for a public position as a Precinct Committee Person (PCP). PCPs serve as voices for their communities, vote on appointments to vacant legislative seats, and fill a key grassroots position in the Democratic Party.
Now, as we enter this critical 2018 election cycle, we want to encourage you to sign up as as a PCP. Bottom Line – the Democratic Party and our country need you to serve. We’ve had an incredible response rate from Democrats all across the state telling us they’re running to become Precinct Committee Persons (PCPs). Continue reading
We have an HD 38 election on Monday, August 14th. Prior to the election, we are holding a “mini-forum” beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Multnomah Arts Center. All are invited to attend, but only HD 38 PCPs can vote. (PCP credentialing process begins at 5 p.m.)
The agenda for the meeting is below. Continue reading
By Peter Toll
This month, your Central Committee’s 304 PCPs welcomed 10 more newcomers into the ranks.
Of the 223 elected in May and since taking office, the biggest vote getters were Laurie Kilbourn, Lake Oswego, 469; Scott Gibson, of Lake Oswego, 448; Robert Zimmer, of Milwaukie, 444; Mike Litt and Bob Ely, of Willamette View Manor, 428; Jeanne Magmer, also of Willamette View, got 426. Mickey Ely had 421 and Jane Civiletti, Oak Grove, 415; and her husband, Tom Civiletti, 406.
Laurie and Scott are both in House District 38 whereas the rest of the leaders were in HD 41, a genuine Democratic stronghold. To get that many votes takes lots of Democrats casting ballots, and that is certainly the case in this instance. Continue reading