Meet our first State Director

We're so excited. Color PAC has named Ana del Rocío as its first state director.

We're hiring a State Director

Since our founding 6 years ago, Color PAC has grown steadily in size and scope. The organization has trained hundreds of community leaders and candidates, acquired cutting edge tech for grassroots campaigns, financially supported candidates of color across the state, and built the framework for a new kind of politics in Oregon. Today, Color PAC is taking an important step to grow capacity to support our mission across Oregon.

It's a near landslide!

In the election last night, voters made their voice heard. And their voice said it was time for Oregon's elected officials to reflect the full range of talent and lived experience that our state has to offer. 

8 our of 9 Color PAC endorsed candidates won their races throughout Oregon.

Meet our 2017 Candidates

We are excited to announce our 2017 candidates for the May election. These progressive candidates of color are committed to advancing equity in education, criminal justice, economic prosperity, human services and the many other ways local and state government shape opportunity for all Oregonians.

Color PAC has joined forces with Amplify

We write with news of Color PAC’s future: Color PAC is joining forces with Amplify.

Color PAC was first an idea, then a political action committee, then more than we could ever imagine.

Meet our 2016 November Candidates

Meet our 2016 November Candidates

We are excited to announce our 2016 candidates for the November election: Teresa Alonso-Leon, Janelle Bynum, Lew Frederick, Irene Konev, Diego Hernandez, Tawna Sanchez and Paul Carlos Southwick! Read on to learn more about them, our process and how to get involved.

Sept. 30: Welcome Reception for Bao Nguyen

Sept. 30: Welcome Reception for Bao Nguyen

Please join us for a reception on September 30 with Oregon’s progressive electeds & candidates of color to welcome Bao Nguyen. Bao is mayor of Garden Grove, CA and (we hope!) the first openly-gay immigrant to be elected to congress.

Meet our 2016 Primary Candidates

Meet our 2016 Primary Candidates

We are excited to announce our 2016 primary candidates. These progressive candidates of color are committed to advancing equity in education, criminal justice, economic prosperity, human services and the many other ways local and state government shape opportunity for all Oregonians.

Come meet Progressive Powerhouse Rep. Peggy Flanagan

Come meet Progressive Powerhouse Rep. Peggy Flanagan

After hosting Georgia Minority Leader Stacey Adams and Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzalezlast year, Color PAC is excited to welcome Minnesota Rep. Peggy Flanagan to Oregon.