Although they continue to compete on the campaign trail, all Democrats agree that either Bernie or Hillary would make a far better President than any Republican candidate.
Geauga Democrats were out in force this week to hear from a local panel of experts about the heroin epidemic in Geauga County.
Middlefield Councilman Ron Wiech leads the discussion about the heroin problem in Geauga County. Ron has been a volunteer substance abuse counselor for 30 years.
L to R - Burton residents Anna & Alan Parker lost a son to heroin in late 2014, Craig Swenson, Director of Geauga Job & Family Services and Roy Nichols, drug counselor, who has been clean for more than 18 years
Geauga Party Secretary Terri McIntee, Geauga Chairperson Janet Carson, former Governor and our next US Senator, Ted Strickland, Lake County Commissioner Kevin Malecek and Ashtabula Party Chairperson Duane Feher at the Spring Legacy Dinner in Columbus, O
Congratulations to Debbie and Eric! The decision of the judges is in and Debbie & Eric Reiter of Chardon were the big winners at the Soup Cook Off on Sunday afternoon. According to Eric, the soup was a team effort. Debbie prepared the Texas Bean soup and he served it up to a full house of participants. Check out the winners of the "people choice" with more photos below.
Two big winners in one family! Liz and Robert Vargo were proclaimed the "people's choice" winners at the Women's Caucus Soup Cook Off. The judges awarded Laura Vargo the runner up prize right behind Debbie and Eric Reiter. Liz and Robert served up baked potato soup and Laura made chicken tortia soup.
Tim Barber of Burton accepted the third place award from Women's Caucus Secretary Mary Young.
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O'Neill and Geauga County Chairperson Janet Carson were all smiles on a perfect night for the Annual Dinner reception.
A big thank you to Platinum members Dennis Pavella, Glen Quigley and Don Kleve who voluntarily gave up the opportunity to attend the special reception with Sherrod Brown so they could get the hall ready for the Annual Dinner crowd.
Middlefield Councilman Ron Wiech with Barb Miller, Nancy Patterson, Chardon Municipal Judge Terri Stupica and Representative Dr. John Patterson at the Annual Dinner Reception.
More than 140 Geauga Democrats filled the Munson Town Hall community room on Saturday night to hear Senator Sherrod Brown and Justice William O'Neill.
Geauga Democrats recently presented a check to Gene Brun for the Burton Food Bank
Check out the rear of the new Geauga Democratic Party Float unveiled at the July 4th Parade in Chester....parade watchers liked our new look
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