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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.

UAPA Looking for a Letters to the Editor Coordinator

UAPA's October Month of Action

Have you been looking for some practical actions to take this election season? Have we got some opportunities for you! Volunteer to work with UAPA on some fun ways to support our local Democratic candidates!

 

Voter Registration at Gallery Hop
Sign up to spend a couple of hours registering people to vote. The last day to register is October 11th. After a brief orientation, walk around the Gallery Hop and sign people up. It's easy and fun.

Saturday, October 1
4:00 – 6:00 pm

 

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.

Movie Night - New Michael Moore Movie "Where to Invade Next"

Where to Invade Next

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.

Carolyn Casper for UA City Council

Carolyn Casper photoCarolyn Casper has been a valued member of UAPA's Executive Board for a number of years and her fellow Board members support her candidacy for UA City Council. Two of our long-term board members, Melissa and Herb Hedden comment:

ISSUE 1–Redistricting reform is a great idea whose time has arrived

The Executive Committee of UAPA has unanimously agreed to endorse Issue 1.  Issue 1 has been endorsed by the Ohio Republican Party, ACLU, ProgressOhio, Ohio Chamber of Commerce, League of Women Voters, and many others. The ballot language has been approved and it will appear on the ballot in Ohio in the November 2015 election.

Take the UAPA Survey!

Help UAPA become a better organization. Please take our 10-question survey by May 3, 2015. Thanks!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3K85DYT

 

Last Chance to Register for the 2013 Blue Brunch!

REGISTER & PAY ONLINE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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