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Steve Dettelbach has spent his career working to make our families safer and to hold the powerful accountable. A husband, father, and native Clevelander, Steve is running for Attorney General to put his experience as a career prosecutor to work for the people of Ohio.

Kathleen Clyde grew up in Garrettsville, OH, a small town full of hard working people. That is where she learned just how special it is to grow up in this country where everyone has the right to vote and everyone has the opportunity to have their voice heard.
Since then Kathleen has been a dedicated defender for and protecting voters and voting rights. She wants to take her life’s work to the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office to secure and modernize Ohio elections so every Ohioan’s vote counts.

TuscarawasCountyOhioDemocraticPartylogo150x150The Tuscarawas County Democratic Party is very pleased at the recent appointment of Alan Sayre as Director of the Board of Elections. Alan has been involved in state and local governance for many years and brings a wealth of knowledge to the Board of Elections office.

We again are grateful for the many years of excellent service by former Director Chuck Miller.

Gail Garbrandt, Chair

Zack Space For Ohio
Zack Space For Ohio

Zack has announced that he is running for Ohio Auditor. Zack Space is committed to fighting for hardworking Ohioans and their families. He has served as a small-town Law Director, a U.S. Congressman, and in the private sector. In each role, he has worked to deliver tangible results that improve the lives of working people. Zack will utilize the office of Auditor to be an agent of change and reform the way our government works.


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