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Central Committee Meetings
Greg Homan, Ohio Supreme Court Justice Sharon Kennedy and Richard Delzeith Mercer County supporting Justice Kennedy (Republican) for Chief Justice in in 2022
Six of seven Republican candidates running for US Senate
participate in forum, answering questions from moderators and audience
Attending the forum (L to R)
Mercer County Republican Headquarters
Congressman Warren Davidson and Jim Jordan speak to 300 (plus) supporters
September 7, 2021 Event Hosted by Dave and Danielle Buschur and Tim and Katie DeLand.(Republican State Central Committee Woman)
Ann Staugler, Angie King, Congressman Jim Jordan, Dave Schroyer, Toni Slusser, Nancy and Tom Homan
2021 Mercer County Fair Tent
8th Congressional Representative, Warren Davidson
visits the 2021 Mercer County Fair
you should know!
Can I check my personal voting information?
1) Am I registered?
2) Where do I vote?
3) See my ballot?:
Easy as 1-2-3
Click the red white and blue button at the top.
Who makes up the Republican and Democratic Party?
Everyone who votes in a "Primary Election" is a member or is affiliated with the respective political party..
The political parties are made up of registered voters who participate in Primary Elections.
A "Primary Election"
(aptly named primary, because that's where it all begins) is the nominating process by which candidates are chosen by the members or those affiliated, to represent their political party on a "General Election" ballot
Primary Election candidates who receives the most votes, advance to be listed on the General Election ballot, and that winner, then represents the citizens of the village, township, school board, county, state, or the whole country..
How is each political party's leadership chosen?
Local and state party leadership is elected by "you" at the Primary Election in even numbered years..
Specific details for how each Party's leadership is selected/elected is a little more complicated.
Each political party adopts rules and bylaws (which are a public record).
You can start by contacting your local and state leadership.
The Leadership is by legal definition called a Central Controlling Committee. The roster of names is listed at the Mercer County Board of Election Website and then click on "Political Parties".
There is a link to a list of each political party's elected leadership or central committee and their website.
(more info below)
Ohio Republican Party Contacts
County Commissioner Handbook
2020 to 2022
State Representative Craig Riedel speaks to Mercer County Voters about changes to House District Maps for 2022
State School Board Member
Speaks to Mercer County Republicans about Schools in our district implementing
Critical Race Theory
Allen County Prosecutor speaks at Republican Central Committee meeting. Waldick is seeking a seat on the 3rd District Court of Appeals
8th District Congressman Warren Davidson helps display pro-life shirt
Does Mercer County
want a pre-2024 Trump Rally?
Paid for by: Mercer County Republican Party (Luke VanTilburg, Treasurer)