Neighborhood Leader

A Grassroots Program of the DPCC (Democratic Party of Clackamas County)

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What is a Neighborhood Leader?

We know that direct contact from neighbors is the most effective way to turn out our progressive Democratic voters.

You can help grow the grassroots of the Democratic Party by joining our Neighborhood Leader Program. We will give you a list of 35 or so of your neighbors who are registered Democratic voters. You’ll also receive slate cards, candidate literature, and similar materials, to pass out to your list of voters.

We will provide you with training and any other resources and on-going support you may need. All that we ask is that you record your voter contacts on a simple-to-use website we provide.

We know that direct contact from neighbors is the most effective way to turn out our progressive Democratic voters. It’s also the best way to communicate our values and cut through the media echo machine. Won’t you join us and help promote our Democratic values and candidates in YOUR neighborhood?

Sharing Common Goals Toward Positive Change

Our Neighborhood Leader Program has been wildly successful. Attend any of our Clackamas Democratic Central Committee meetings and listen to the self-introductions. No matter how they begin their introduction: be it State Senator, State Representative, County Commissioner, or precinct person, almost to a person that introduction ends with, “And I’m a Neighborhood Leader” ... [click here to read more]

The Science of Voter Turnout

Not sure how to broach the subject of voting when aiming to Get Out The Vote? Just check with “the doctor.” The Willamette Women Democrats recently had a consult with Reed College Political Science Professor Dr. Paul Gronke, and the doctor was definitely IN. He had “prescriptions” for smarter outreach to potential voters, especially younger ones ... [click here to read more]



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