Thank you Rachel Crooks!

Despite negative coverage from the conservative media, Seneca County native Rachel Crooks is standing strong. Ms. Crooks said that she introduced herself to Trump in 2005 outside an elevator in Trump Tower in Manhattan, where she worked as a receptionist, and that he forcibly kissed her on the mouth repeatedly. You can read the full article here.

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2017-18 Cardinal Club

We are excited to announce some changes to the Cardinal Club for 2017-18. There will be three different levels of contributions this year. The Cardinal Club is specifically designated to help candidates running for public office.

Your contribution to the Cardinal Club is vital for Democrats seeking to make a difference in government. Please show your support in helping Democratic candidates get elected to public office to counter the outrageous legislation Republicans are passing that is bad for all Americans.

Send your contribution today to the treasurer of the Seneca County Democratic Executive Committee, the address is 305 Melmore St., Tiffin, OH 44883. Checks should be payable to Seneca County Democratic Committee.

Cardinal Club Red – $100

Cardinal Club White – $250

Cardinal Club Blue– $500

Janet Garrett responds to Jim Jordan candy-throwing controversy

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OBERLIN – Democratic candidate for U.S. House in Ohio’s 4th congressional district, Janet Garrett, posted on Facebook Wednesday evening that she is “so sick of the disrespect – Jim Jordan has so much nerve.”

Garrett was specifically talking about an incident with Rep. Jordan that occurred on Wednesday during a committee hearing, where he allegedly threw an M&M into another representative’s mouth while meeting about gun violence, with gun violence survivors in their presence.

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Seneca County Democratic Central Committee appoints Ben Gillig to Tiffin City Council

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – (Advertiser-Tribune) Tiffin City Council has a new member after the Seneca County Democratic Central Committee made an appointment to a vacant seat Thursday night.

Tiffin Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade history teacher Ben Gillig will fill the seat of Mark Hayes, who moved from an at-large council position to council president after the resignation of former Council President Rich Cline Sept. 30. Hayes had been president pro tem.Continue reading

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Special guest Joe Schiavoni will be at our May 16, 2017 meeting!

 Join us for a special meeting on Tuesday, May 16, 2017!

Featuring special guest, Ohio Senate Minority Leader and candidate for governor in 2018, Joe Schiavoni (pictured left)!

The meeting will take place at 7:00 PM at our usual venue, Seneca County Public Safety Building, 126 Hopewell Ave., Tiffin, OH 44883.

Questions? Please e-mail