Membership to our party is more than just a word. The Delaware County Democratic Party believes in People First. We are a community of like-minded Democrats passionate about bringing change to our community and electing Democrats. We are focusing on these three priorities: Energize Local Democrats We hear way too often “Oh wow, I thought […]
This election year is the most important of our lifetime and many eyes are on Ohio AND Delaware County. The decisions we make at the polls in the March 17 primary and the election in November will impact us for years to come on a local, state, federal and global level. Make sure you are […]
You may recall that the primary is very early this year thanks to it being a presidential election year. It will be held on Tuesday, March 17, which is St. Patrick’s Day. Early Voting starts February 19, must be registered by February 18. Here is what will be on your ballot.
The Delaware County Democratic Party is looking toward the 2020 elections and celebrating key gains in 2019. In the November 2019 election, a number of Democrats were elected across Delaware County.
The upcoming year is going to be an exciting one. It is a presidential election year and our country’s chance to finally fire Donald Trump! The Delaware County Democratic Party is thrilled to support Democrats running for federal, statewide and local seats in 2020. Below is a current list of Democrats running for whom voters […]
On November 5, Delaware County voters showed up and supported Democrats in important Main Street elections. Our candidates won some of these, and increased the share of votes for Democrats in many others. In every one, we can be proud of our candidates and the way they worked together, as well as the support provided by our many volunteers. Let’s savor this win and prepare for what’s ahead in 2020!
Recent DelaDems in the News: David Pepper (honorary), Westerville Mayor Craig Treneff, Melanie Farkas, Heather Karr, John Russell, Jack Hartman, Alaina Shearer
I was born and raised in Newark, Ohio with strong Democrat parents who always took me with them when they went to vote – so I became interested early on in the political process. As a senior at Newark High School, I was one of two students chosen to attend the Presidential Classroom for Young Americans and spent a week in Washington, D.C.
We have all watched the Democratic National Convention over the years. As the cameras pan the crowd, have you ever wondered, “who are those people, what are they doing there, and how did they get to be there?’
As an award-winning marketing professional, Melanie Farkas uses data-driven decision making and storytelling to work with others to solve problems through transparent communication. She has been a resident of central Ohio for more than ten years and moved into Liberty Township in 2015.