Tomorrow: Ohio Dems to Hold 16 Pre-Primary Caucuses to Elect Convention Delegates

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OHIO – Nearly 3,000 Ohioans will run for district-level delegate to represent the Buckeye State and their chosen presidential candidate at the 2020 Democratic National Convention by participating in pre-primary congressional district caucuses TOMORROW, Tuesday, Jan. 7, at 6 p.m. at 16 locations across the state. 


16 congressional district caucuses to elect 89 district-level delegates and eight alternates to represent Ohio at the 2020 Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee


TOMORROW, Tuesday, Jan. 7, doors open at 6 p.m., caucuses start at 7 p.m.


1st Congressional District
Winton Woods Intermediate School
825 Waycross Rd.

2nd Congressional District
Anderson High School
7560 Forest Rd.

**NOTE: Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper will deliver brief remarks and be available for interviews.

3rd Congressional District
Columbus State Community College
Delaware Hall
499 Grove St.

**NOTE: Congresswoman Joyce Beatty will deliver brief remarks and be available for interviews.

4th Congressional District
Ridgedale Junior/Senior High School
3165 Hillman-Ford Rd.

5th Congressional District
Bowling Green State University
Paul J. Olscamp Hall
1 Olscamp Hall
Bowling Green

6th Congressional District
Ohio University Eastern Campus
45425 National Rd. W
St. Clairsville

7th Congressional District
GlenOak High School
1801 Schneider St. NE

8th Congressional District
Miami University Regionals Hamilton Campus
Harry T. Wilks Conference Center
1601 University Blvd.

9th Congressional District
Sandusky High School
2130 Hayes Ave.

10th Congressional District
Stivers School for the Arts
1313 E. 5th St.

11th Congressional District
Cuyahoga Community College Metropolitan Campus
2900 Community College Ave.

12th Congressional District
Willis Education Center
74 W. William St.

13th Congressional District
Ravenna High School
6589 N. Chestnut St.

14th Congressional District
Lakeland Community College
Building A, Breakers Dining Hall
7700 Clocktower Dr.

15th Congressional District
Groveport Madison High School
4475 S. Hamilton Rd.

16th Congressional District
Brunswick High School
Performing Arts Center
3581 Center Rd.


Nearly 3,000 Ohioans applied to run for district-level delegate. Each congressional district will have at least four delegates:

The results of the state’s March 17 primary will determine how many delegates each presidential candidate receives in each congressional district and statewide. For more information about Ohio’s delegate selection process, click here.

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The people of Ohio deserve a government that supports their hard work and shares their hopes for the future. Our platform represents the Democratic vision for our State, embracing and implementing the dreams of Ohioans. We firmly defend these American beliefs, values, and traditions and are fighting hard every day to elect Democrats who have the experience and ideas to improve our state and who will hold Columbus accountable.

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