Commit to VOTE in the 2018 election (Ohio)!

It’s certainly not too early to plan to vote in the next federal election.
#RESISTANCE grows — PERSISTANCE wins.

Check if you’re registered to vote at your current address: vote.org/am-i-registered-to-vote

Update your address OR get registered to vote in Ohio online! olvr.sos.state.oh.us/ovru/Modify.aspx

Attend progressive resistance events happening every day around Ohio: progressohio.org/actioncalendar

Invite friends to this event to prepare for the not-so-far-off-future!

Know what’s at stake in the 2018 election:
*Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown will be up for reelection
*All of Ohio’s 16 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives will be up for election
*Republican Gov. Kasich & Lieutenant Gov. Mary Taylor are term-limited and cannot run for a 3rd term; these offices are up for election
*Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine is term-limited and cannot run for another term as AG; this office is up for election
*Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted is term-limited and not cannot run for another term as Sec. of State; this office is up for election
*Republican State Treasurer Josh Mandel is term-limited and cannot run for a third term as Treasurer; this office is up for election (Mandel has declared his candidacy for US Senate against incumbent populist Democrat Sherrod Brown)
*Republican State Auditor Dave Yost is term-limited and cannot run for another term as Auditor; this office is up for election
*The 17 odd-numbered districts out of 33 seats in the Ohio Senate are up for election in 2018. Ten of these seats are currently held by Republicans and seven are held by Democrats
*All 99 seats in the Ohio House of Representatives are up for election in 2018
*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 will be up for election in 2018

Expect to hear about many more local races, statewide ballot initiatives, and candidacies as we approach this major potential power shifting election in 2018.