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/
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:
March 29, 2019 – My passion for environmental issues started in 1970 when Ralph Nader spoke at a presentation when I was at Ohio State.
I raised my kids in Marysville and lived there 23 years. During that time I became involved in a number of local issues. I also served two terms as a township trustee.
March 29, 2019 – We had a great turn-out for our private screening/fundraiser of “On the Basis of Sex”. The movie is about the rise of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg through the male-dominated legal profession of the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s, from law school on up. The film focuses on a pivotal tax law case she argued that changed how federal laws were written with regard to
March 29, 2019 – Why is this bill important? The nonpartisan group Citizens’ Climate Lobby (author of the article, Marianne Gabel, is a member along with at least three other DCDP Executive Committee members) has been working to get a “carbon fee and dividend” bill into Congress for ten years. Support for this bill is critical, given the short time that we have for slowing global warming to a livable level for the earth.
March 29, 2019 – The theme of this year’s MLK, Jr. Breakfast was “The Beloved Community”, taken from speeches lesser known than the “I Have a Dream” speech. Bishop Tracy Malone shared what it means to live in community. As your party chair, I consider all Democrats in Delaware County to be part of my “beloved community.” Relating to each other in beloved community is how we will identify and support good local candidates in 2019.