Last Call to Run for DNC Delegate

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On Tuesday, Jan. 7, the Ohio Democratic Party will hold 16 congressional district caucuses across Ohio to elect 89 district-level delegates and eight alternates for the 2020 Democratic National Convention.

You can find the location of the pre-primary caucuses here.

Anyone registered as a Democrat in Ohio can run for delegate, but the deadline to apply to run is Tuesday, Dec. 31.

To apply to run for delegate, go to


A month ago, the nation saw a horrific example of cyber exploitation in the case of former Congresswoman Katie Hill, who was targeted by her ex-husband. Led by the Ohio Democratic Party Chair David Pepper, the national organization of state Democratic parties (the Association of State Democratic Chairs) recently passed a resolution condemning cyber exploitation. The Ohio Democratic Party and other state parties are committed to support candidates and officeholders who are the targets of such abuse and to hold perpetrators accountable.

You can read more about it here.


Here are five important stories you may have missed this week…

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  3. WOSU: Ohio’s Economy Spent 2019 Struggling With Tariffs. Will 2020 Bring Relief?
  4. Politico: Democrats seize on anti-Obamacare ruling to steamroll GOP in 2020
  5. Vox: Trump really doesn’t want to talk about his health care record


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