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INSIDE THE CCDCC

Inside the Curry County Democratic Central Committee

 

Contact Information

Contact the Curry County (Oregon) Democrats at:
Curry County Democratic Central Committee
PO Box 146 Brookings, OR 97415
541-412-DEMS (3367)

Executive Committee Members

Chair
Carl King, chair@currydemocrats.org

Vice-Chair
Terry Brayer, t_brayer@hotmail.com, 916-813-6556

Treasurer
Kathy Brayer

Co-Secretaries
Donna Converse, converse@sou.edu
George Converse, converse@sou.edu

Public Information Officer
Linda Bozack, pio@currydemocrats.org, 541-254-0936

Webmaster
Tomas Bozack, tech@currydemocrats.org, 541-254-0935

About the Curry County Democratic Central Committee

The Curry County Democratic Central Committee is the official representation of registered Democrats who live within Curry County, Oregon. All voters legally registered as Democrats, and residing in Curry County, are members of this organization and of the Democratic Party of Oregon (DPO)

Our vision is to restore an effective and efficient government that will respect your rights, count your votes, rebuild the economy, and restore accountability. We do that by organizing Democrats within the County to develop, adopt and support a party platform, with the goal of electing Democratic candidates to elected office. We also represent Democrats at the Congressional District and State Central committees.

We are active locally in numerous projects and issues, on a wide variety of interests and are dedicated to making people’s lives better.

The Curry County Democratic Central Committee (CCDCC) is the highest authority in county party policies. This body has the authority to adopt rules or 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 CCDCC 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 as provided in the County party Bylaws, and
  • Establish rules and procedures for the organization and takes such action as it deems appropriate to further the purposes and goals of the Democratic Party.

The precinct is the smallest political unit in the country and the Democratic Party begins it organization with the Precinct Committee Persons (PCPs). A Precinct Committee Person is a representative of the Party at the precinct level, and represents the party in the precinct which he or she represents. Members of the CCDCC are made up of all elected county party officials, all PCPs elected or appointed in Curry County, and any Democratic legislator who lives in and is a PCP in another county and who represents a portion of Curry County.

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