Marion County Democrats Central Committee General Meeting
Meeting Starts Promptly at 6:30
to sign-up for Speak Out.
III. Call to Order – Welcome
Reading and Approval of Minutes from February 20
V. Program: Anca Matica - Yes for a Healthy Future Campaign
VI. Officer’s Reports
VII. Standing Committee Updates
A. Candidate Support
A. Update on Neighborhood Leader Program
IX. New Business
A. Black Lives Matter Resolution
Postponed: Monroe Sweetland Dinner, Saturday, May 30
th. We have
rescheduled the event for
Saturday, September 12
, 2020. Stay tuned for more details!
Modified: If you access to the MCDCC business office, please call ahead to ensure there is a volunteer available to assist you.
Please call 503-363-8392 before visiting the office.
: Some MCDCC committees will continue to meet in their small groups. Also, some committees are opting for teleconferencing. If you plan to attend a committee meeting, we encourage you to check with the Chair of the committee to see if they are meeting in person or by phone/video. Here is a
list of contacts
for each MCDCC Committee.
Friday, June 12th:
Delegate Selection Ballots must be returned by 5:00pm PT.
Thursday, June 18th:
via Zoom, 6:30pm, Monthly MCDCC Membership meeting
Monday, July 6th:
PCP Training, 6:30pm; Sign-in required by 6:15pm
Saturday, September 12th
: Monroe Sweetland Dinner and Auction
Tuesday, November 3rd:
U.S. General Election
Will you do your part for 2020?
We are asking
to support your Marion County Democrats Central Committee.
In order to support our Democratic candidates and keep the office available for the day when we can gather again, even if only in small groups we need to continue our
Will you please make a
recurring gift today through our Democratic Victory Alliance (DVA)? Your support makes all the difference! If you are current DVA member giving less than $20 a month, please consider
upping your donation
to meet this challenge!
Attention PCP Members!
Please join the Membership Committee Training Team for a PCP Training on Monday, July 6, 2020. Please check in between 6:00pm and 6:15pm. Training will start promptly at 6:30pm and no admittance will be granted after this time.
Where Do We Go From Here?
by Melissa Fey, Secretary, MCDCC
On May 25th, over 1700 miles from Marion County, George Floyd lost his life at the hands of police brutality. Protests have erupted around the county in an unprecedented fashion. At our Capitol, we have seen over a week of protests including the March For Floyd last Saturday. It was a stunning turn out in the thousands, surely one of the biggest crowds our Capitol has ever seen. While the continued protests are doing their job to put pressure on government officials, there’s plenty more we can do to bring justice and equality to our communities. Changing hearts and minds is a purposeful action and doesn’t happen without effort.
Here is a list of things to read, listen to, donate to, act upon, or watch.
Keep Your Voter Registration Current
You can update your voter registration information, until 8 p.m. on Election Day and still cast a ballot. However, if your registration is updated close to an election, your ballot might have to be issued at the county elections office.
If you have an Oregon driver license or state ID card, you can update your information entirely online
- Go To My Vote.
- Enter your name and date of birth. Click Submit
- Select Update Registration at the bottom of the page.
- Answer the two eligibility questions on the next screen. Click Continue.
- Enter the required information on the next screen. Click Continue.
- Make any necessary changes. Click Continue.
- Verify the information is correct. Click Submit.
New Voter Registration
A new registrant must submit their online registration by 11:59:59 p.m. Pacific Time on the 21st calendar day before an election to be eligible to vote in that election.
will send your registration information to your county election officials, who will update your record. This usually takes a few days.
A name change needs to be updated by completing a new paper registration form.
Hard Copy - Paper Registration
You can find a voter registration card at a post office, library or county elections office. You can also ask your county elections office or the Oregon Elections Division to mail you a card. Fill out the card completely, including the registration updates section at the bottom of the card and return the card to your county elections office.