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Next Generation Democrats Summit March 6, 2010

Saturday, March 6
Summit: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Evening Mixer: 7:00 – 9:00 pm

The Inaugural "Next Generation Democrats" Summit

Featuring:
Governor Ted Strickland
Attorney General Richard Cordray
Treasurer Kevin L. Boyce
Senate Minority Leader Capri Cafaro
House Majority Whip Jay Goyal
Secretary of State Candidate Maryellen O’Shaughnessy
Auditor Candidate David Pepper

Location: Summit: Ohio Democratic Party, 340 East Fulton Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Evening Mixer: Location To Be Determined

Admission is FREE Attire: Business Casual
For additional details or to RSVP, contact Scott Surovjak at scott.surovjak@ohiodems.org.

Coffee & Conversation, new location!

By popular demand! Coffee & Conversation will meet in a roomier location.

First Community Village Chelsea House
1800 Riverside Drive
Directions: enter at Waltham Road and follow the signs to Chelsea House
Saturday, May 7, 2011
9-10:30 a.m.
Plenty of parking! Private meeting room!

Special guest: Dennis Willard
Media and public relations consultant for the Ohio Democratic Party

Do you feel conservatives always control the narrative? Are you hoping and progressives develop a clear message for the 2012 election? Meet Dennis Willard, who will tell us how Democrats are already taking charge of the dialogue.

Please RSVP so we have enough coffee, tea and light refreshments. Just click on the "Coffee & Converation, new location!" headline above.

ODP Legacy Dinner - Saturday, March 19, 2011

Ohio Democratic Party Legacy Dinner
Honoring Governor Ted Strickland
Saturday, March 19
Columbus Renaissance, 50 N. Third St., Columbus 43215
 
5 p.m. Private reception
6 p.m. General reception
6:30 p.m. Dinner and program
 
$1,000 Individual Sponsor
$500 Host
$75 Dinner Ticket
 
Contact: Melissa Hedden, melissahedden@me.com or 614-481-9455
 

 

Dinner with DNC chair Tim Kaine Aug. 7, 2010

Ohio Democratic Party Annual State Dinner

with Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine

Saurday, Aug. 7
Time TBA
Columbus Convention Center, 400 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43215-2099

Tickets: https://ohiodems.org/state_dinner

Information on dinner or pre-dinner receptions: 614-341-6911 or statedinner@ohiodems.org.

Democrats – with your help – have mounted a furious four-year comeback since 2006. Now, the 2010 elections represent our chance to both lock in these gains for the next decade and begin a new era of opportunity, optimism, and progressive policy in Ohio.

Democrats far outnumber Republicans

Friday, August 22, 2008

By Darrel Rowland and Mark Niquette

THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH

As Ohio Democrats pack for their national convention in Denver next week, they have quietly rolled up an advantage that almost no one has noticed: nearly a million more registered voters than Republicans.

Almost three times as many Ohio voters have become Democrats as have become Republicans since the summer before the last presidential election.

Read the full story.

 

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