Who and What is on Your Ballot?Check your own sample ballot on our website: Early voting for the Nov 5th election starts Tuesday, October 8 at the Delaware County Board of Elections: 2079 US Highway 23 N Delaware County Democratic Party endorses: Delaware County, Municipal Court Clerk: Emma Jones City of Dublin, City Council: Sandi […]
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Recent DelaDems in the news: Peg Watkins, Melanie Farkas, Heather Karr, Aileen Wagner, Ken Wright, Briona Mumper, Valerie Cumming
Bill Cline – I first got involved in the Democratic Party when Kathleen Clyde ran for office the first time. I believe she ran for District 75 representative. I was a registered Republican at the time and switched to Democrat so I could vote for her in the primary. When we moved here I got more interested in politics because of all the negative things going on which are taking away our rights.
It’s a good idea to occasionally check your Voter Information status. If you haven’t voted in several election cycles please review your status as you may have to re-register with the Delaware County BoE. DCDP makes checking your status very easy to do.
Our DelaDems booth at the Delaware County Fair was a big success. We took in more than $800 in donations, mostly for our buttons. Dozens of Fair goers enjoyed taking photos with the Notorious RBG.
Running for Mayor of Galena – I have always had a strong sense of advocacy. I was fortunate to be appointed by Ronald Regan in the 1980s to represent the youth of America on the committee for a Drug-Free America. I spoke at the United Nations in Sweden and Vienna, Austria about how the youth of America was making positive strides to stay drug-free. I had the esteemed honor of spending time with Nancy Regan as she was instrumental in these efforts.
Running for Dublin City Council – She moved to Central Ohio in 1997 and worked her way up at Huntington National Bank from a temp job to Vice President of Foreign Exchange. Her attention to detail and customer focused attitude enabled her customers in their international business ventures. She left the corporate world when her twin sons, Robert and Luke, were born.
Recent DelaDems in the news: John Schmarr, William McCartney, Brian Campbell, Katherine Gharrity, Valerie Cumming, Peg Watkins, click here:
This July, the DelCo Board of Elections mailed a “Last Chance” Notice to 3,008 voters who had been mailed a similar notification in 2015. At that time, the criteria were no voter activity from 2012 to 2014 (included two federal elections). The Notice informed the voter that if they wished to remain on the voter rolls, they were required to either return the completed Confirmation Notice or have some form of voter activity within the next four years.