A six-way primary for our Congressional candidate started the campaigning. We sponsored a forum which was well-attended.
Susan Moran Palmer won that primary and was frequently in the county to campaign.
Susan joined us to campaign door-to-door, spoke to the Executive Committee and Women's Caucus, as well as the College of Wooster Democrats (shown here).
Susan thanked volunteers and then went door-to-door with us.
Senator Sherrod Brown met with local Democrats on April 21, 2018.
Betty Sutton, our candidate for Lt. Governor, spoke at our monthly meeting on May 2, 2018.
Kathleen Clyde, our candidate for Secretary of State, spoke at our February meeting.
Judges Michael Donnelly and Melody Stewart, candidates for the Supreme Court, joined Zack Space, candidate for state auditor, at our ice cream social on June 23.
Adam VanHo, our candidate for state senate, has been a frequent visitor to Wayne County events.
Steve Dettelbach (the tallest of the group) brought his campaign for Attorney General to Wayne County on August 11 when he visited our HQ and met with local voters for more than an hour for a very interesting question and answer session. Afterwards he agreed to a photo.
Kevin Barnet also spoke at the ice cream social.
Rodney Mackey made sure he was in every parade in Wayne County.
President Obama with our candidates at a rally in Cleveland September 13
Linda and Lorna were out canvassing.
He joined the Sheriff at the fair.
The Big Blue Bus
came on October 4
First there was a press conference, followed by a ride in the bus and then a "Nerd for Cordray" shirt.
Bill and Lee wish Claire well as she and the bus leave for Findlay.
Sara went out to canvas in her new shirt.
Sara and Linda heading to the next house.
Susan Moran Palmer attended the NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner and was photographed with Bill Bailey and Jim Bird.
Claire, 18 months, was our youngest canvasser, and Keith, age 93, was our oldest, on Saturday, November 3.
Rodney and Kevin did not win their races, but kept up with the results at our watch party at HQ which drew a crowd.
Thanks to all our volunteers!