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Indivisible North Curry County (INCC) Information and Organization Meetings

December 15, 2028 @ 10:45 am - 1:00 pm

10:45 am at the Port Orford Library. For more information contact indivisiblencc@gmail.com or Joy May at 541-660-3398.

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December 15, 2028
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Our Central Committee

Voting members of the Central Committee consist of the members of the Executive Committee and the Precinct Persons.  All Democrats are invited to attend Central Committee meetings. 

 

Contact the office for more information if you wish to attend.

Precincts and PCPs

About Precinct Persons (PCPs)

Precinct Committee Persons are the building blocks of the Democratic Party of Oregon. They are voted on locally and represent precincts of 250 registered voters. But there are additional responsibilities, powers and opportunities vested in these grassroots elected officials.

PCPs are the critical driving force behind registering voters, getting out the word on candidates, and helping Democrats understand the party’s structure, process, and platform. They are the people who go out, walk neighborhoods, and connect with and activate progressive Oregonians, by talking to independent, unaffiliated, and Democratic voters alike. These are completely volunteer positions with time commitment and responsibilities largely set by each PCP individually.

Current PCPs by Precinct

PCT 2  Les Goodrich

PCT 4  Bret Cecil

PCT 5  Rich Folden

PCT 6  Bruce Levy

            Casey Folden

PCT 7  Jane Odson

PCT 8  Joy May

PCT 10

PCT 11 

PCT 15  Debra Worth

PCT 16  Teresa Lawson

              Dan Sherman

PCT 17  Tom Bozack

              Linda Bozack

PCT 18  Vicki Bradley

PCT 19  Lisa Neher

PCT 24  Jan Henault

Executive Committee

Commmitee Offices

The Chair 

Vice-Chair(s)

Treasurer

Secretary

Office Manage

 Information Officer

Events Manager

IT/Webmaste

4th District State Central Committee Delegate(s) and alternate(s)

4th Congressional District Delegate(s) and alternate(s).

Current Officers

Chair:  Bret Cecil

 chair@currydemocrats.org

 

Vice-Chair:  Vicki Bradley

 vicechair@currydemocrats.org

 

Secretary:  Lynn Turner

Secretarycurrydems@gmail.com

 

Treasurer:  Teresa Lawson

CurryDems.OR@gmail.com

 

Office Manager:  Lisa Neher

CurryDems.OR@gmail.com

 

Public Information Officer:  Lisa Neher

CurryDems.OR@gmail.com

 

IT Officer/Webmaster:  Tom Bozack

 webmaster@currydemocrats.org

 541-254-0935

 

State Central Committee

Delegates:  Bret Cecil, Les Goodrich

chair@currydemocrats.org

 

State Central Committee  (4th-CD) Delegates: 

Vicki Bradley, Deb Worth

 

4th Congressional District (4th-CD) Alternate:  

Bret Cecil

chair@currydemocrats.org

OUR CHARTER

The Curry County Democrats is the highest authority in county party policies. This body has the authority to adopt rules (called Bylaws) or resolutions covering any matter of party government within the county. Additionally, this is the body that establishes the policies, articulates the beliefs, and establishes the standard of all local Democratic candidates. These basic policies, beliefs, and standards are then passed on to the State and National party for action.

The Curry County Democrats has the power to call for and receive reports from the Executive Committee, the standing committees, and any special or ad hoc committees; act upon proposed resolutions; and take such action as it deems appropriate to further the purpose and goals of the Democratic Party.

 The Curry County Democrats membership is made up of all Democratic Precinct Committee Persons (PCPs) elected or appointed in Curry County and any Democratic legislator who lives in and is a PCP of another county and who represents a portion of Curry County.

The Curry County Democrats and its membership are active locally in numerous projects and issues, on a wide variety of interests and are dedicated to making people’s lives better.

OUR PRINCIPLES

  1. We believe that we can all work together to build a better society – that “we’re all in this together” is a better philosophy than “you’re on your own.”
  2. We hold that the Constitution of the United States of America, in its entirety, is the supreme law of the land, and no other document, religious or secular, shall be held above it.
  3. We value compassion, generosity of spirit, and willingness to come to the aid of others. We are motivated by optimism and hope, not fear and cynicism.
  4. We believe that the role of government is to provide every person with opportunity for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, regardless or race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or accident of birth.
  5. We believe that our economic success depends on the shared prosperity of all people, not the concentration of wealth and power in the hands of a privileged few.
  6. We believe that our shared prosperity and competitiveness in the world market depends on the ability of every member of our community to reach their full potential through access to quality, affordable education.
  7. We believe that universal access to quality, affordable health care is both an individual right and a common good for society as a whole.
  8. We believe in finding practical, innovative solutions to the problems of our community, state and nation. Yesterday’s solutions can’t solve tomorrow’s problems.
  9. We believe that a clean environment is essential to the wellbeing of our community and our planet, and that no one has the right to the unsustainable exploitation of the earth’s resources for profit or personal gain.
  10. We understand that hard-­earned tax dollars paid by the middle class and poor should not be used to subsidize tax breaks for corporations and the wealthy. Those who benefit most from society should contribute the most.
  11. We respect a woman’s right to make her own choices for herself and her family with respect to her health and her body.
  12. We hold the right to vote as fundamental to our democratic system of government and that no law, regulation, or administrative action should limit the ability of all adult citizens to exercise the right to vote and to have those votes accurately counted.
  13. We support the constitutional right of every law­abiding adult to keep and bear arms for self defense, hunting, and recreation.
  14. We believe that secure borders are essential to national security. We advocate ending unauthorized immigration through improved border security, by requiring employers to give priority to hiring U.S. citizens at a fair market-­based wage, and by implementing a guest worker program for documented insistence where the domestic labor supply proves to be insufficient to meet demand.
  15. We assert that constitutional rights should apply only to natural people, not legal entities created by government. We therefore support a constitutional amendment specifying that rights enumerated in the Constitution apply only to natural people.
  16. We honor the constitutionally guaranteed right of free speech and assert that this right is compromised when money is linked under the law to political speech. We therefore support a Constitutional amendment to permit state and federal governments to set limits on the use of money in political speech.

OUR MISSION

  • Increase Voter Engagement and Turnout: voter registration drives, education campaigns, and get-out-the-vote efforts. This helps to ensure that more people in our community are informed and engaged in the democratic process, ultimately leading to a more representative and accountable government.
  • Balance Political Influence: In our area, political power is weighted towards the Republicans. Fostering a more diverse and dynamic political environment leads to more balanced policy-making that reflects a wider range of perspectives.
  • Promoting Democratic Values and Policies: We support and promote issues like affordable healthcare, climate change, civil rights, and social justice and seek to advance these causes at a grassroots level.
  • Building Stronger Communities: The Curry Democrats invest time and effort supporting community development initiatives. These efforts can include programs for education, public health, housing, and job creation, making your community a better place to live.
  • Funding Grassroots Campaigns: The Curry County Democrats often support candidates running for city councils, school boards, state legislatures, and other local positions. These candidates play a vital role in shaping policies that directly impact our community.

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VOLUNTEER APPLICATION

Fill out the form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.  Thanks for your interest in volunteering!

How and Why to Donate to the Curry County Democrats:

The critical campaigns for the 2024 November elections are gearing up fast.  Please consider donating so that we can continue the important work of recruiting new Democrats, energizing our current voters and supporting local candidates. Help turn Curry County Blue!  You can donate by clicking on the ActBlue icon below or consider setting up a monthly donation through your bank account.  A $3.00 monthly donation (about a dime a day) will go a long long way towards helping us achieve our goals!  Thanks in Advance!

BONUS: 

A drawing to win fabulous prizes is held at our monthly Central Committee meetings. Want a chance to win? Become a donor to the Curry Dems and you will be entered in the drawing.

Keep the Democratic light on in Curry County!