Huron County Democratic Party
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Register to Vote

  • The DEADLINE to register to vote in the November 3, 2020, election is October 5.
  • To CHECK YOUR REGISTRATION on-line in two minutes, CLICK HERE. (Ohio Secretary of State)
  • To REGISTER TO VOTE ON-LINE with driver's license or state ID in six minutes, CLICK HERE. (Ohio Secretary of State)
  • To REGISTER TO VOTE BY MAIL fill in this FORM, supplying the last four digits of your Social Security Number, sign and mail it to the Board of Elections, 180 Milan Ave. Ste. 4, Norwalk, OH 44857

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Imagination Library

Imagination Library

Please support the Huron County Imagination Library.

And thanks to our own Kati Hicks for her vision and work in helping to bring this program to Huron County.

News Release: CLICK HERE

Scholarship Essay Contest

Congratulations to Griffin Schwan for winning the $2,500 scholarship in our essay contest. Griffin is a 2020 graduate of St. Paul High School in Norwalk.

Thank you to all of the students that entered. We are impressed by the many thoughtful, well-written essays submitted.

To read the winning essay, CLICK HERE.

To see what the essay requirements were, CLICK HERE.

Upcoming Events

Jun. 03 Central & Executive Committee Meeting
6 PM *VIRTUAL* Meeting

Jun. 24 HCDP Policy Committee
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Jul. 21 Communications & Outreach Team Meeting
April 2020 meeting REMOTE

Jul. 22 HCDP Policy Committee
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

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Upcoming Election Info

In The News

Explanatory and under-reported news on the issues.

Public school educators to state lawmakers: Fix EdChoice
(Canton Repository, Jan. 17, 2020) "The problem is how state lawmakers have funded the vouchers – by deducting the money from the public school district where the child lives – and how state legislators have not required the private schools accepting the vouchers to follow the same rules they do."

3 Republican Former EPA Heads Rebuke Trump EPA on Climate Policy & Science
(Inside Climate News, June 12, 2019) REGULATORY CAPTURE: Letter from SEVEN former EPA Chiefs sparks House hearing.

Can This Radical Approach to Dairies Save US Farms?
(Civil Eats, Mar. 11, 2019)

  • California, the country’s largest dairy-producing state, is currently LOSING ABOUT ONE DAIRY FARM A WEEK.
  • Wisconsin, the second-largest producer, is LOSING TWO A DAY;
  • [Canada implemented] SUPPLY MANAGEMENT—a program ... to stabilize prices for its own dairy farmers
  • The U.S., by contrast, embraced [the] “get big or get out” mandate favoring industrial-scale dairies flooding the market with low-cost milk.

Industrial Agriculture, an Extraction Industry Like Fossil Fuels, a Growing Driver of Climate Change
(Inside Climate News, Jan. 25, 2019)""Mega-sized farming encourages practices that degrade the soil, waste fertilizer and mishandle manure, all of which directly increase emissions of greenhouse gases. At the same time, it discourages practices like "no-till" farming and crop rotation that grab carbon dioxide from the air, store it in the soil and improve soil health. ... Agricultural policy has long emphasized over-production, propped up by government subsidies that favor certain crops. Lawmakers have been unwilling to change the system, largely because of a powerful farm lobby and the might of agribusinesses that profit from technological advancements.""

[ALL In the News reports.]