We encourage our Delaware County Democratic Party constituents to build awareness of their own local governments, and when possible attend hearings and meetings. The below table provides times and locations for township trustee, city, and village council meetings (we recommend checking the respective online site as meeting dates and times can change). There are also […]
Recent DelaDems in the News include: Corrine Lyman, Marianne Gabel, Albert Gabel, Tony marconi, and Mindy Hedges, click here:
The countdown has begun for the launch of Catch A Rising Star 2019. “Zero Hour” is 7:00pm, July 18. Click this link to reserve your seat for a fun and informative evening. Sponsorship opportunities are also available (see below). Enjoy mingling with fellow progressives here in Delaware County, meeting local candidates, and listening to inspirational messages […]
June 2019 – This feature is intended to keep our readers up-to-speed with key legislation moving through the Ohio State House. For the latest information on all legislation, including current status, schedules, how specific legislators vote and more, go to: https://www.legislature.ohio.gov/
The Delaware County Democratic Party has announced the awarding of two $500 college scholarships to area high school students. Each application was evaluated on the basis of academic standing, extracurricular activities, community service, political activity, and career goals.
Recently, four of our DelaDems testified at the Ohio Statehouse to comment on bills that are currently making their way through the legislature. In addition to Mary Kate Pembroke and David Carpenter, who shared their thoughts with us on the experience and the process of providing testimony, Valerie Cumming, Westerville City Council member and Andrea Yagoda testified on HB178
Mark and Amy White-Predieri share their background and experiences with the Delaware County Democratic Party.
There are numerous organizations and associations working towards democracy and fair elections in Delaware County. We are lucky in the expertise and involvement of our activists. One of the most interesting types of activities that has found renewed enthusiasm since the 2016 election are neighborhood discussion groups.
As an advocate, teacher, and mother of two, I believe deeply in the value of service. I live in Powell with my husband David and our children Hannah and Nate. I love this community and when you love something, you fight for it. That’s why I’m running for Powell City Council.
Recent DelaDems in the News include: Melanie Farkas, Brian Jaffe, Virginia Yoder, Albert Gabel, Mindy Hedges,
Marianne Gabel, Richard Bradley. Letters to the Editor, Media mentions, Interviews, click here: