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Upper Arlington

Events, history and issues specific to the Columbus suburb of Upper Arlington.

2016 Membership Drive

UAPA began in 2004 and continues to help elect progressive candidates to all levels of government.  We do this by organizing educational programs, debate watch parties, and our website and newsletter, as well as by notifying volunteers of opportunities to help and providing yard signs and bumper stickers that enable progressives to “take a stand”.  All of this requires effort and money and the UAPA Executive Committee has decided to request annual dues of $25, beginning in May 2016.

Sign Theft Watch

As many of you know from personal experience, there have been many Hillary Clinton signs stolen from people's yards this election season. At last someone witnessed one of these thefts, which has been reported to the UAPD.

Order your Yard Signs Now!

It's that time again! It's election season and time to show your colors by sporting a snazzy UA for Hillary sign OR the classic Clinton/Kaine sign in your yard. Order HERE.

UAPA Position on Recall Election

To:  Upper Arlington Progressive Action Supporters

From:  Upper Arlington Progressive Action Executive Committee

Historically, Upper Arlington Progressive Action (UAPA) has not taken positions on local issues, and, instead, has focused its attention and advocacy on state and federal issues and candidates.

John Lytle Just Misses Re-Election to Central Committee

UAPA President, John Lytle was two votes ahead when the votes were counted on election day, March 15, 2016. When absentee and provisional ballots were counted, Paula Brooks was the new Upper Arlington Ward 6 representative on the Central Committee for the Franklin County Democratic Party. Congratulations to Paula and to John for a hard-fought election.

Story Archive - 2016

Events of 2016, including the presidential primaries and election.

Story Archive - 2015

Stories that took place during 2015, including UA Council races (Carolyn Casper won a seat!) and redistricting reform for state legislators (Issue 1 passed) and an abortive attempt to pass marijuana legalization (Issue 3).

Story Archive - 2014

Stories taking place during 2014, including the midterm elections.

2016 Blue Brunch

UAPA periodically hosts the Blue Brunch as a fundraiser for our organization. Funds from this event are used to support educational events, contributions to progressive candidates, and political activities such as getting out the vote.

Congratulations, Carolyn!

UAPA congratulates Carolyn Casper on her recent election to Upper Arlington City Council.


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