ALL NW Ohio Counties are encourage to attend and participate in this important meeting.
Be the person who picks the candidates.
People are policy. If you want to change the policy, you have to be able to change the people who are in charge. Citizens can increase their influence on the political process by taking a more active role in the way candidates are chosen for the parties.
How would you like to be one of the people who helps decide which candidate ultimately appears on the ballot? The individuals most responsible for selecting the candidates we see on election day are members of something called “party central committee.”
- Generally, one person per voter precinct may serve on a party’s county central committee.
- Central committee members are elected in the primary election and serve for either two or four year terms.
- Central committee members sometimes vote on endorsements – this decides the names you see on the party “sample ballot” during the primary.
- When a candidate is endorsed by the party central committee, he or she has an extremely high chance of winning the election.
Regular citizens stepping up to serve on party central committee is essential to assuring that the voice of the people is heard in selecting and electing the best possible candidates.
Join us in Toledo, OH on July 25th to learn about this critical means to help turn our country around!
Sponsored by Ohio Rising, Inc. and NW Ohio Conservative Coalition