ABC6 interviewed Peg Watkins on November 9 about what’s next for Ohio Democrats. Click here to watch.
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Former GOP U.S. Rep. David Hobson and John M. Bridgeland, a former chief of staff to Republican Rob Portman, have endorsed Tim Ryan. Read their reasoning in this op-ed on cleveland.com.
On Tuesday, August 23, 2022, New York’s 19th Congressional District held a special election to pick a replacement for Antonio Delgado, who gave up his seat to become Lieutenant Governor. Pat Ryan, a Democrat who emphasized reproductive rights in his campaign, beat Marc Molinaro, a Republican who opposes a federal law protecting abortion rights. Molinaro […]
Voters in Kansas rejected a proposed state constitutional amendment that would have said there was no right to an abortion in the state. The proposed amendment was rejected, 59% – 41%. Article from NPR
Several hundred people marched from Boardman Arts Park to Delaware City Hall on Sunday afternoon, June 26, 2022, to hold a “We Won’t Go Back” rally after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling ended nearly 50 years of constitutional protection for abortions. Peg Watkins, chair of the Delaware County Democratic Party, said she and others held […]
Delaware County Democratic Party promotes positive values in Spring activities across the county DELAWARE, Ohio (April 21, 2022) — The Delaware County Democratic Party is encouraging residents to take part in events across the county to promote the shared value of community. Coinciding with Earth Day, the party shared a list of events focused on […]
ODP is offering virtual training on three aspects of voter protection: poll observation, the voter protection hotline, and volunteer recruitment. All of these are important for ensuring free and fair elections. Poll observers must be registered voters in Ohio. After training, they can volunteer anywhere in the state. Sign up here.
Approaching a Deadline, Republicans Decide to Tweak Previously Rejected GA Maps Although the Ohio Redistricting Commission hired a pair of independent mapmakers in a fourth attempt to draw General Assembly maps acceptable to the state Supreme Court, Republicans on the commission responded to delays in completing those maps with a proposal to revert to tweaking […]