Josephine County Democrats are reaching out to volunteers for their Fair Booth. We are proud to be involved with community events and supporting a long standing tradition in Grants Pass. If you would like to volunteer and help us get folks registered to vote, talk to people about how we change the current direction of our democracy and help support candidates, like Jamie Mcleod-Skinner to unseat
Greg Walden, join us! We need your help!
The booth needs 1 – 2 people to sit and hand out information and sell merchandise.
Wednesday / Thursday / Friday / Saturday, August 15 – 18, only 2 hours.
Pick a day and time that best fits your schedule, between the hours of 9a – 9p. Limited fair passes and parking passes available.
Call or Text Sheri Morin @ 541-660-2995 for scheduling, more info and details.
Jamie is coming to town and wants to hear from you! Please join Jamie at the following 2 events to hear about her congressional campaign to replace Walden’s Washington DC agenda with Oregon values.
Riverside Park Centennial Gazebo
Tuesday, July 17th, 2018, 4:30-6pm
Blue Stone Bakery
Wednesday, July 18th, 2018, 10-11:30 a.m.
412 NW 6th St, Grants Pass, OR 97526
Please park on the street!
The next meeting of the Josephine County Democratic Central Committee will be Tuesday, July 10, 2018. The social time starts at 6:30 with the meeting call to order at 7:00. We will be taking care of some business including elections of Precinct Committee Persons who were elected but not confirmed by the state deadline; discussing the creation of an election slate for the November election; and brainstorming our response to the recent immigration and healthcare activities of the current administration.
Hope to see you there!
Date: July 10, 2018, 6:30 PM
Where: 129 NW E St; Grants Pass–Unitarian Universalists Building
All… the monthly lunch, scheduled for the 4th Thursday of the month, has been cancelled for June, July, and August. We will get it back in September.
Have a good summer!
Recent Past Events
What: Adopt-a-Highway Road Clean-Up When: Saturday, July 7, 2018 9-11 a.m. Where: Hwy 199 at Hubbard Lane, Grants Pass Please come and help keep Josephine County beautiful! The Josephine County Democrats do a road clean-up every three months to help keep our highways uncluttered and attractive. We have adopted a section of highway that begins […]
“Families Belong Together” March in Grants Pass – June 30th Join the Nation – there will be Marches across the United States. Saturday, June 30th, congregate at 9:30 am in Riverside Park March starts at 10:00 to the Josephine Courthouse. This is a family friendly March – please keep this in mind for your signs! […]
The next meeting of the Josephine County Democratic Central Committee will be on Tuesday, June 12, 2018. The social time starts at 6:30 with the meeting call to order at 7:00. Josephine County Public Health Director Michael Weber will be at the meeting to give us an update on the current status of the Public […]
Hot off the Press
This is reprinted from a Rural Organizing Project email: On Tuesday, President Trump pardoned ranchers Dwight Hammond Jr and Steven Hammond, at the urging of Representative Greg Walden (R-OR). The father and son were imprisoned in 2012 for arson on public land in Harney County Oregon. They served an 18 month prison sentence. In 2015 […]
Two weekends ago a couple of us attended the Oregon ACLU conference in Salem. The conference was informative and energizing. We also learned about a suit filed by our state’s ACLU to force the federal prison in Sheridan to allow attorney access to the 121 immigrants being held there by ICE. But here’s the great […]
Just a reminder that we need people to attend the Tuesday, July 3 business meeting at 9:00 am in the Anne Basker Auditorium to speak against this proposed ordinance. (Note: The commissioners are meeting on Tuesday because Wednesday is a holiday.) I spoke to Dan DeYoung about the ordinance yesterday and he ranted and raved […]
What We are working for:
- A balanced and equitable economy that provides a living wage for all workers.
- Competent, affordable and accessible health care.
- World class, lifelong educational opportunities.
- A healthy, sustainable environment.
- International diplomacy and cooperation.
We are county citizens who believe in bringing people together for the common good and making democratic principles the driving force behind all public policy.
We are working to build a community that extends beyond our borders and respects the inherent dignity of all.