Below is an excerpt from another inspirational message from Sundance at theconservativetreehouse.com, which speaks to Republicans here in Multnomah County, beginning with the observation that "right now, at this very moment, President Trump is well positioned to win in 2020". That being said:Read more
Multnomah County Republican Party (MCRP) Chairman James Buchal issued an extended public statement on the killing last night of a person who, by all appearances was associated with a vehicle caravan through downtown Portland supporting President Trump, was killed because of his political beliefs, and whose death was celebrated by lawless mobs in Portland last night. The killing came just one week after a volunteer at one of the MCRP's sites gathering signatures to recall Governor Brown was viciously beaten by a political assailant, and two weeks after BLM protestors nearly beat a man to death downtown. Here is the statement:Read more
Many people underestimate the horrifying and imminent threat of Marxist hegemony in America, and what its means for Republicans in particular. Below is an excerpt from a lengthy article, "The Challenge of Marxism," by Yoram Hazony. We strongly recommend you read the entire article, published in Quillette.Read more
The Multnomah County Republican Party is pleased to announce an opportunity to support the Party and receive concealed carry training from the Executive Director of the Oregon Firearms Federation.Read more
MULTNOMAH COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY CRITICIZES U.S. CONGRESSMAN EARL BLUMENAUER FOR FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF PORTLAND RIOTERS
This morning, independent Journalist "Villain Phoenix" interviewed the alleged operator of Riot Ribs, which has been operating across the street from the federal courthouse under nightly siege by Portland rioters. The interviewee, who identifies himself as "Lorenzo, who started Riot Ribs," claims that "Earl Blumenauer, the Democrat for Oregon, he donated and told his friends to, so we got $600,000." The MCRP condemns Congressman Blumenauer's support of rioters in Portland, and urges Congressional District 3 voters to vote for his opponent, Joanna Harbour, in November.Read more
MULTNOMAH COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY CRITICIZES GRESHAM'S PROMOTION OF RADICAL MARXIST BLM GROUP AND ANNOUNCES DEMONSTRATION
The Multnomah County Republican Party (MCRP) warns the people of Gresham that their entire City Council is either clueless or committed to overthrowing the Constitution. The City Council has unanimously approved the flying of a flag that constitutes the official logo of a radical Marxist "Black Lives Matters" group. The distinctive "three yellow stripe" flag Gresham is flying is the same flag sold on the Marxist group's website.
The following is an inspirational message from "Sundance" at theconservativetreehouse.com (here), which applies to our struggle here in Multnomah County between now and November.
Soon you will be called into action. In the interim do not worry yourself with dark imaginings. Turn your fear into resolve; turn that resolve into action. I am not going to be discouraged… check that…. I purposefully choose not to be discouraged. Each of us has the ability to control our thoughts.Read more
Vice Chair Cheryl Bowen is proud to announce that a hardworking group of Multnomah County Republicans and other volunteers have already collected 6,300 signatures for the Oregon Republican Party's petition to remove Governor Kate Brown in just three weeks (see blog post below for signing locations).Read more
The MCRP continues to run multiple petitioning booths in Multnomah County, focusing on the petition to recall Governor Brown. We also have petitions for Measure 57, to stop gerrymandering in Oregon by creating a citizen-run commission for redistricting, and the deadline for submitting signatures on that one is June 26th.
Current Locations:Read more
Please stop by to sign the recall petition, and learn more about efforts to take back Oregon, at the following locations (open from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. every day until we get the signatures we need):Read more
The Multnomah County Republican Party wants Portland residents to remember that a well-recognized riot control technique is to encircle a rioting crowd, arrest every person in it for riot, confiscate all the video evidence, and then use it to charge the wrongdoers with felony riot, holding and identifying all participants while the evidence is quickly screened. The Portland Police Bureau demonstrated it could do exactly that on June 4, 2018, but the City of Portland rejected this policy in favor of protecting the civil rights of those who disobey police orders to leave illegal, violent and destructive riot scenes—and now violate curfew orders.Read more
The Executive Committee of the Multnomah County Republican Party has issued its recommendations for the nonpartisan races in Multnomah County (below). Party bylaws bar us from favoring any Republican candidate in a contested Republican primary. In some races, the Committee could not bring itself to recommend anyone.Read more
Mr. Patrick Castles, the Republican candidate for House District No. 38, has kindly provided this essay. Other Multnomah County Republican candidates who want to supply material for this website should contact James Buchal, MCRP Chair and Webmaster.
Who am I?
My name is Pat Castles and I am running for the office of state representative in District 38. My district lies on the west side of the Willamette River and includes part of southwest Portland and much of Lake Oswego—a tail of two cities and two counties (Multnomah and Clackamas). I have two degrees in political science and have been involved local in local politics for a number of years.Read more
The Multnomah County Republican Party (MCRP) is pleased to report that over 1,000 people have signed its online petition to re-open Oregon for business (available here: https://www.multnomahgop.org/covid_19_petition). While Oregon has failed to report results from random antibody testing of the population to confirm the percentage of Oregon’s population that has already acquired immunity to the virus, there is ample data available from tests throughout the country to confirm that the fatality rate of the virus is a fraction of early estimates.
“It is well within the capacity of Oregon’s government to protect those known to be vulnerable to the virus, isolate those confirmed to be infected, and open most workplaces and small businesses, using prudent precautions to limit risks associated with large gatherings,” said MCRP Chair James Buchal. “There is no justification for continuing massive restrictions on the freedom of Oregonians to make their own risk assessments, and protect themselves, their families and their customers or clients.”