The Next Local Election

Ballots will be mailed May 1, 2019, and are due on May 21, 2019

You can make the difference

Sign up for our April 27 Canvass and Slate Drop Event

Join a Multnomah Democrats team or pull together your own carpool.  We’re meeting up at East County Rising on Saturday to drop off slate cards that list Democratic candidates for each address.

Why This Election Matters

Imagine a Multnomah County with fully funded schools, affordable college tuitions, clean drinking water, no pollution. Before we can live in this world we have to have the right people in charge.

The people you vote onto your school board are responsible for: employing the superintendent, developing and adopting policies and curriculum, budget, overseeing facilities issues, and adopting collective bargaining systems.

School board directors decide whether schools adopt equitable, anti-racist materials.  They decide whether to fund cops or guidance counselors.  They decide which text books our community’s kids learn from.

We want to help you to get to know the Democrats running for local office. These candidates have stepped forward to be your voice. Let’s get out the vote for them.

May 2019 Local District Elections

Multnomah County Offices Up for Election in 2019

Who you can vote for is based on the address of your voter registration. Their qualifications, determination and outreach are key to the outcome.

Water

Alto
Burlington
Corbett
Lusted
Pleasant Home
Valley View

Education

Multnomah Education Service District
Mt. Hood Community Colleges
Portland Community Colleges
Centennial
Corbett
David Douglas
Gresham-Barlow
Parkrose
Portland
Reynolds
Riverdale

Fire

Multnomah
Riverdale
Corbett
Sauvie Island