2018 is upon us, the Midterm elections are approaching fast, and history is at stake! It’s important we mobilize at the polls to elevate progressive values in Ohio on November 6, 2018.
Check out our (recently updated) guide to voter registration in Ohio:
Attend progressive resistance events happening every day around Ohio:
Voter Registration To-do List:
1. See if you’re registered: voterlookup.sos.state.oh.us/voterlookup.aspx
2. Register, if you aren’t:
3. Share this event and INVITE your friends as a reminder to register
3 Ways You Can Vote
1. In-person on Election Day
2. Early, in-person at you local Board of Elections
3. Absentee ballot by mail
What’s at stake
— Ohio Democrat Sherrod Brown’s U.S. Senate seat.
— All 16 of Ohio’s seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. The current partisan makeup of Ohio’s delegation is 12 Republicans and 4 Democrats.
— Ohio’s governorship. Republican John Kasich is term-limited and cannot run again.
— Ohio Attorney General. Republican Mike DeWine is term-limited.
— Ohio Secretary of State. Republican Jon Husted is term-limited.
— State Auditor. Republican Dave Yost is term-limited.
— The 17 odd-numbered districts of the 33 total seats in the Ohio Senate. Republicans currently hold 10 of these seats; Democrats hold 7.
— Every single one of the 99 seats in the Ohio House of Representatives. Republicans currently hold 66 seats; Democrats hold 33.
-The Ohio District Courts of Appeals consists of 69 judges in 12 districts. Judges serve a 6-year term. Approximately 1/3 of these positions are up for election in 2018.