Tuesday, September 1, 2020
The members and officers of the Shelby Area Democratic Club welcome you to our website. And we welcome you to attend our monthly meetings. Generally the club meets on the third Thursday of each month in the Sutter-Roush Room at 23 East Main Street (Rear) behind the Municipal Utilities Office at 7:00 p.m. Our meetings usually begin with a speaker in an informal, conversational setting. We then have our monthly business meeting. All Democrats and people of goodwill are welcome to attend.
Monday, August 31, 2020
For President & Vice President:
Joe Biden & Kamala Harris
For Representative to Congress:
For Ohio State Senate:
For County Treasurer:
For State Board of Education:
For Ohio Supreme Court (1/1/2021 term):
John P. O’Donnell
For Ohio Supreme Court (1/2/2021 term):
For Ohio Court of Appeals:
William B. Hoffman
For Common Pleas Court (General Division):
Phillip S. Naumoff
For Common Pleas Court (Probate Division):
For Common Pleas Court (Juvenile Division):
Thursday, August 20, 2020
SHELBY – Dr. Christina Collins, PhD, recently spoke via Zoom to a group of Shelby and Richland County voters. She is a candidate for the State Board of Education. Her name will appear on the November general election ballot.
“I am an educator,” Dr. Collins told the gathering. “I was a high school English teacher, and then I went to work at OSU for a bit, then moved up to Medina to become a district level administrator for the last eight years.”
During her remarks to the gathering, Dr. Collins addressed two specific issues: school funding and what she described as “out of control” standardized testing.
“What I have to offer right now is that I am innovative, that I’m a critical thinker, that I’m a problem solver,” added Dr. Collins.
Dr. Collins is running to represent the 5th State School Board District. It is an expansive district that includes all of Richland, Ashland, Wayne, and Medina counties and parts of Holmes, Stark, Summit, and Cuyahoga counties.
“I plan to be accessible,” explained Dr. Collins. “As a public servant, my role is to make sure I’m representing a general consensus from across (the district’s) diversity.”
Voters can learn more about Dr. Collins at drcollins4stateboard.com. Her Facebook page is DrCollins4StateBoard.
Friday, July 17, 2020
Saturday, July 11, 2020
|Kirsten Pscholka-Gartner is running for Probate Judge.|
|Rollie Harper will be our next Juvenile Court Judge.|
|Ted, Nancy, Gail & Patti put together an outstanding Shelby Area Democratic Club float.|
|This donkey always participates in local parades.|
|Gail & Garland are ridin' with Biden!|
Friday, June 19, 2020
Monday, December 31, 2018
The first get together of the Shelby Democrats was held on July 11-1968. A picnic at Seltzer Park consisted of a covered dish furnished by each one attending.
Thirty people enjoyed a discussion on the possibility of forming a Democratic club in the Shelby area.
The first officers were elected in September of that year. They were president James Moorehead, first vice president L.D. Ball, second vice president Lonzie McKenzie, recording secretary Mary Stine, and treasurer Thomas Yetzer.
Thanks to those local Democratic pioneers who laid a firm foundation for our club! We owe them a debt of gratitude for a job well done.