Events

Extended Primary Election: Vote By Mail through April 28, 2020

Extended Primary Election: Vote By Mail through April 28, 2020


2020 EXTENDED PRIMARY ELECTION

STAY HOME. STILL VOTE.

Visit here for more information.

Erie County Democratic Party Executive Committee

Erie County Democratic Party Executive Committee

Erie County Executive Committee Business Meeting
Meeting schedule posted for 2019.
Meetings are open!  All Democrats are welcome!


For more information, please visit here.


Please check out ISSUES to stay informed and EVENTS to be involved!

Erie County Democratic Party HQ

Erie County Democratic Party HQ

Erie County Democratic Party HQ 

For more information, visit here.

Vote Builder & Social Media Workshop

Vote Builder & Social Media Workshop



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4th Congressional District Challenger Debates - Video

4th Congressional District Challenger Debates - Video

 


Video available of

OH 4th Congressional District Challenger Debates


For more information, please visit here.

Alexis Miller for State Representative

Alexis Miller for State Representative

 




For the latest information and events,
please visit here!

Democratic Women of Erie County

Democratic Women of Erie County

  


Democratic Women of Erie County
monthly dinner and meeting

Canceled
Monday, March 16, 2020


For more information, please visit here.

Erie County Young Democrats

Erie County Young Democrats

Join Us!
Erie County Young Democrats
monthly meeting and other special events!

For more information, please visit here.

Congressional District 9/Erie County Caucus Nominees - Elected: Tuesday, 1.07.20

Congressional District 9/Erie County Caucus Nominees - Elected: Tuesday, 1.07.20


District-level delegates were elected at 16 pre-primary caucuses across the state.
See who from Erie County have been nominated as district-level delegates!


For more information, please visit here.

2020 Primary Presidential Debate Schedule

2020 Primary Presidential Debate Schedule

 
Beginning in June 2019, the DNC will hold twelve debates –
six debates will be held in 2019 and six debates in 2020. 


For more information, please visit here.

Eleventh primary debate of 2020 - Sunday, 3.15.2020

Eleventh primary debate of 2020 - Sunday, 3.15.2020


Missed one of the Democratic Pre-Primary Debates?
All are listed with links for you to watch!


For more information, please visit here.

Erie County Voter Registration Drive

Erie County Voter Registration Drive

 

Events are being scheduled for

VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE - 2020!


For more information, please visit here.

Erie County Parades, Festivals and Fair - 2020

Erie County Parades, Festivals and Fair - 2020

  

 
2020 Erie County Festivals/Parades and Fair Season
As soon as information is available, it will be posted.


Visit here for 2020 (and 2019) parade and fair information.

POTUS - Betting On America Bus Tour - Thursday, 7.05.12

POTUS - Betting On America Bus Tour - Thursday, 7.05.12

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

BARACK OBAMA

VISITS SANDUSKY - ERIE COUNTY

 

THANK YOU to everyone who made the President's visit memorable:
Obama For America-Erie County Staff and Volunteers
Erie County Sheriff's Department
City of Sandusky Police Department
City of Sandusky Fire Department
All local safety agencies
Toft's Dairy
Attendees from Erie, Huron, Ottawa and Seneca Counties

 

For links to a YouTube video posted by Sanduskian Joey Cassel 0f TownGoBoom
and articles about the tour, please visit here.

The Clarence W. Seavers Citizenship Celebration

The Clarence W. Seavers Citizenship Celebration

Born August 15, 1919, in Sandusky, Clarence W. Seavers was one of Erie County’s heroes and treasures.  He was a 1937 graduate of Sandusky High School and attended Firelands College/BGSU for one year.  Clarence served our community in various capacities stretching back six decades.

Clarence was the first African-American postal clerk for the Sandusky Post Office, where he worked for 28 years. A World War II veteran, he served in the U.S. Army Aviation Engineers.  He was inducted into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame for his service with the 811th Aviation Engineering Battalion, 1941-1945, building airfields in the Pacific Theatre.  Clarence was a long-time member of St. Stephens A.M.E. Church, where he was active in the Trustee Helpers Club. He served on many Boards including the Erie County Board of Elections for thirty-five years, Erie County Health Department, Firelands Regional Medical Center, Stein Hospice Service, YMCA, Goodwill Industries, Chamber of Commerce, Boy Scouts and Erie Huron Community Action Commission. He was also a Trustee of the former Providence Hospital Board, life member of the N.A.A.C.P., and was a retired licensed umpire for the Sandusky Babe Ruth League.

The Erie County Democratic Party honored Clarence – also known as ‘Mr. Democrat’ – for his lifetime achievements at a reception and dinner held at Plum Brook Country Club on Friday, February 23, 2007.  The award was presented by Ohio’s newly elected Governor Ted Strickland.  Clarence was well known by all elected officeholders not only in the Sandusky and Erie County areas, but also by those serving in Columbus, throughout the State of Ohio and in Washington D.C.

After a brief illness, Clarence passed away in the early morning hours of Tuesday, April 1, 2008.  The Clarence W. Seavers Citizenship Award celebrates local citizens’ achievements who have served our community tirelessly and unselfishly and who have been trailblazers – just like Clarence.

The Clarence W. Seavers Citizenship Scholarship Fund is available to those students continuing their education in the fields of computer or political sciences.  The Sandusky/Erie County Community Foundation manages the scholarship.  Contributions may be made to:  Sandusky/Erie County Community Foundation, 135 East Washington Row, Sandusky, OH 44870.                                                            

“I just tried to give something back.
As long as you’re able,
you can never give back too much.”

                                                                   Clarence W. Seavers