Benton County’s Neighborhood Leader Program leadership team is hosting an event to coincide with the Oregon Secretary of State’s mailing of the 2018 Primary Election ballots.
Neighborhood Leaders will have this opportunity to enthusiastically visit their neighbors to encourage them to vote. The kick-off event will feature guest speakers and promises to be an inspiring day. There will be training and role-playing, as well. Slate cards will be prepared for Neighborhood Leaders and each leader will be given a button.
The event is scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 29, at Old World Deli. Please feel free to attend whether or not you are a Neighborhood Leader.
Precinct Committee Persons (or PCPs) are the lifeblood of the Democratic Party. For Democrats to succeed in rebuilding our economy, strengthening our country, and establishing a fair society, we need to ensure that the top of our party structure, the precinct committee persons, have the information, tools, and direction they need to carry out their mission.
With training and support, PCPs work in a team to contact voters in the precincts where they live. With a full slate of PCPs, Benton County Democrats are able to identify likely voters, be poised for quick action in a special election such as a school bond, and reach into our community for volunteers. PCP positions are open to all registered Democrats living in Benton County.