Indivisible Wooster Petition Signing at Alice Noble Ice Arena

Indivisible Wooster Petition Signing at Alice Noble Ice Arena

Indivisible Wooster is hosting a DRIVE THRU PETITION SIGNING to get congressional redistricting on the ballot!

PLEASE SHARE THIS EVENT NOTICE!

Saturday (6/24) from 1PM – 6PM, and Sunday (6/25) from 9AM – 2PM, Alice Noble Ice Arena parking lot off of Oak Hill Road.

Gerrymandering is the manipulation of political districts to rig the outcome of elections to favor one political party over another. Both Democrats and Republicans have engaged in gerrymandering but this type of map-making reduces voter choices and leads to fewer competitive elections and …

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Judge William O’Neill Presenting at the Democratic Dinner

Judge William O’Neill presents at the
2017 Wayne County Annual Dinner

 

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Annual Dinner Changes Name

Annual Dinner Changes Name

The Annual Dinner
has changed names!
Next year we’ll be celebrating as:
THE 163rd ANNUAL WAYNE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC DINNER

A big THANK YOU to all who participated in sharing their ideas, thoughts and votes. Our featured speakers this year were Charlie Brown and Judge William O’Neill. The 2017 Old Hickory Award went to Mady Noble & Tim Breiner and Lyn Shoots received the 2017 Ruby Award. Congratulations!

Fact of the Day: Did you know Wayne County has THE longest running Jackson Event in the US?

 

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Annual Jackson Day Dinner Name Change VOTE

Annual Jackson Day Dinner Name Change VOTE

VOTE
To Change – or Not Change –
the Annual Wayne County Jackson Day Dinner Name

 

Any REGISTERED WAYNE COUNTY DEMOCRAT may vote their selection(s) to change, or not change, the name of the Jackson Day Dinner. This poll will run from Sunday, April 30, 2017 through midnight Monday, May 15, 2017. No exceptions. We are firm on this deadline.

Votes after this date will NOT be accepted. Name change votes (to change or remain the same) will be accepted by email, to the Facebook group, or by direct mail …

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FINAL CALL! Jackson Day Name Change Suggestions!

FINAL CALL! Jackson Day Name Change Suggestions!

DEADLINE IS TOMORROW FOR JDD NAME CHANGE SUGGESTIONS!

YOU WILL HAVE UNTIL TOMORROW, FRIDAY, APRIL 28th TO REPLY TO THIS EMAIL TO SUBMIT YOUR SUGGESTION FOR THE NAME OF THE ANNUAL DINNER – TO CHANGE OR TO REMAIN THE SAME. No exceptions. We are firm on this deadline date.

Suggestions after this date will NOT be accepted. Name change suggestions (to change or remain the same) will be accepted by reply to this email, to the Facebook post, to the WCDP Website or by DIRECT MAIL to DIA C. MILLER at 1144 HEYL …

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Jackson Day Name Change – Suggestions?

Jackson Day Name Change – Suggestions?

Here is your chance to get your voice heard and make your vote count.

YOU HAVE UNTIL THURSDAY, APRIL 27th TO SUBMIT YOUR SUGGESTION FOR THE NAME OF THE ANNUAL DINNER TO CHANGE OR TO REMAIN THE SAME. No exceptions. We are firm on this deadline date.

Suggestions after this date will NOT be accepted. Name change suggestions (to change or remain the same) will be accepted by contacting Dia C. Miller by DIRECT MAIL at 1144 HEYL ROAD, WOOSTER, OH, 44691or dia.c.miller@gmail.com.

IF the name is to …

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Think everyone who marched on Saturday was a liberal coastal elite? Think again.

Think everyone who marched on Saturday was a liberal coastal elite? Think again.

Retired educator Linda Houston helped organize a march in her hometown of Wooster, Ohio — population 26,384.

Houston, a longtime Democratic activist and former local officeholder, was surprised at the turnout in a town she describes as leaning red.

“The last time I remember that many people was during the Vietnam War, so that was a long, long time ago,” she says.

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Rally at Wooster gazebo draws 500

Rally at Wooster gazebo draws 500

Horns were honked in support, voices were raised and signs were held high as a crowd estimated as high as 500 to 600 filled the square around the gazebo in downtown Wooster on Saturday afternoon, January 21, 2017. This was a part of a worldwide protest of the anti-women, anti-human rights campaign, rhetoric and cabinet selections of President Donal Trump.

Wooster and Wayne County, you have made our area proud. Don’t let this be the end, but just the beginning. To enact change, daily pressure has …

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Democratic Inquiry MLK 2017

Democratic Inquiry MLK 2017

I attended a discussion at Lowry Center today with the most diverse group I’ve seen in Wooster, sharing their perspectives on social justice to mark Martin Luther King Day. The Martin Luther King Ceremony at the Presbyterian Church on Bowman. Dinner is at 5, and the ceremony begins at 7. Show your support for King, the local NAACP, and Civil Rights! The food is always good, the choir sounds great (and Shades of Gold from the College of Wooster sound so professional!) the speeches inspirational.

Hope …

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Democratic Inquiry – January 2017

The Wayne County Democratic Party met on Wednesday, Jan. 4, at Lamplighters on 1007 Rebecca Street.

Gail Woosley has retired as Party Secretary, and is being replaced by Gail Carter.

Jean Mohr is retiring from her illustrious tenure on the Board of Elections. An election will be held during the February meeting to replace her. Interested candidates to date are Bill Bailey and Jim Bird.

What can you say about the election? Man who slept through 2016 finds out what he missed pretty much describes the year, a …

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