Bill DeMora, Ohio Democratic Party Secretary, recently delivered the oath of office to the newly elected Central Committee members of the Clinton County Democratic Party.
They are: Paul Skogstrom (Adams A), Miriam Speaight (Adams B), Cynthia Sutton (Blanchester C), George Stevenson (Clark), Ellen Gilbert (Chester B), Rebecca Strafford (Green), Paul Ledford (Jefferson), Ritchie Turner (Liberty), Vicki Snow (Sabina A), Jon Roger Barber (Sabina B), Dean Lansing (Union South A), Eustace Stapler (Washington A), David Raizk (Wilm. 1-A), Joshua Engle (Wilm. 3-A), Kevin Snarr (Wilm. 1-B), Michael Allbright (Wilm. 2-B), Kelsey Swindler (Wilm. 3-B), Sharon Breckel (Wilm. 4-B), Elaine Silverstrim (Wilm 3-C), Connie Hardie (Wilm. 4-C), Ann Reno (Wilson).
All members will serve a four-year term.
The Central Committee officers are: Cynthia Sutton (Chair), David Raizk (Vice Chair) and Kelsey Swindler (Secretary).
The Central Committee Chair and Secretary may be pivotal in the selection of a district candidate to the Ohio State House of Representatives. According to the county party bylaws, the Central Committee will be re-established as the Executive Committee.
The Executive Committee Officers are: Ann Reno (Chair), Joshua Engle (Vice Chair), Judy Stapler (Secretary) and Michael Allbright (Treasurer) serving a four-year term.
James Gibson was also elected to serve as a representative to the Board of Elections; replacing the late Richard Sutton.
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The Clinton County Democratic Party meetings are held the third Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at Cape May meeting hall. Everyone is welcome to attend.
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