Washington County Democrats: First Congressional District Organizational Meeting
Welcome to all new Delegates and Alternates elected to CD1CC and the SCC delegation in the First Congressional District.
The CD1CC Organizational Meeting will be on February 16, 2019 @ 1 pm at
Coyote’s Bar & Grill Banquet Room
5301 W Baseline Rd.
Hillsboro, OR 97123 (MAP)
The Organizational Meeting is where the attending credentialed members (elected at county reorg meetings in late 2018) of the CD1CC
- elect their officers,
- approve new members for CD1CC Standing Committees which are Open With Approval, and, in conjunction with the SCC Delegates,
- elect the DPO Standing Committees in accordance with the applicable section of the Bylaws, below.
Credentialing will begin at noon and the Organizational Meeting will begin at 1pm. The agenda is listed in the CD1CC Special Rules of Order. I will also follow up with a reminder email prior to the meeting.
Anyone wishing to run for an officer position or a DPO Standing Committee needs to contact the Nominating Committee Chair Jeremy Likens at your earliest convenience.
Applicable CD1CC Bylaws
ARTICLE VIII CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Section 1: Organizational Meeting:
The Organizational Meeting shall be held the first quarter of the year following a General Election and a minimum of one week prior to the SCC Organizational Meeting. Those voting delegates present shall constitute a quorum.
The Chair shall call the Organizational meeting by the end of even-numbered years. If the Chair fails to do so, the Organizational meeting shall be called by the SCC Chair. Notice of time, date, place, and agenda shall be given to each delegate who will be voting at the Organizational meeting.
At the Organizational meeting, and prior to the election of officers, the current officers shall make available to CD1CC all property, records and funds owned or controlled by the CD1CC.
Only Full Members may vote for Officers. Full Members will each get one vote for each DPO Standing Committee position available. SCC Delegates and alternates acting as delegates living in CD1 shall collectively cast one vote for each DPO Standing Committee position available.
ARTICLE VII DPO STANDING COMMITTEES
Section 1: Delegates and Alternates
A number of delegates and alternates, as prescribed in the DPO Bylaws, shall be elected to each standing committee of the DPO. No person shall be a member of more than one DPO Standing Committee. Full Members will each get one vote for each DPO Standing Committee position available. SCC Delegates and alternates acting as delegates living in CD1 shall collectively cast one vote for each DPO Standing Committee position available.
DPO Budget Committee: 2 delegates, 1 alternate
DPO Credentials Committee: 2 delegates, 1 alternate
DPO Platform and Resolutions Committee: 5 delegates, 2 alternates
DPO Rules Committee: 3 delegates, 2 alternates
DPO Local Events and State Fair Committee: 5 delegates, 2 alternates
Good Luck to all candidates and I’m looking forward to seeing all new Delegates and Alternates at the Organizational Meeting.