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  • Sat, July 16, 2022 11:10 AM | Anonymous

    Mon and Wed: 9a to 6p

    Tue and Thu: 11a to 6p

    Sat: 9a to 12p

  • Sat, July 25, 2020 12:28 PM | Anonymous

    We've got some new (and frankly awesome) merch and swag in the office this week. First come, first serve. Come visit!

  • Sat, July 11, 2020 11:37 AM | Anonymous

    We've Got Signs!

    Candidate Signs

    Request Candidate Signs

    Trump - Pence Signs

    Order Trump-Pence Signs

  • Mon, July 06, 2020 9:05 PM | Anonymous

    available at the Republican Office in Ravenna 249 W Main,

    Evening hours 6-8 pm M, W, F.  Plus day time hours of 9:30 - 1:30 weekdays.

    looking for volunteers for Saturday hours

    We have
    TRUMP Signs
    TRUMP Hats & T-Shirts
    TRUMP Bumper Stickers
    CANDIDATE signs for your favorite Republican Candidate
    Sabrina Christian-Bennett
    Lori Calcei
    Bruce Zuchowski
    Tony Badalamenti
    Matt Lynch
    Sarah Kovoor
    Jerry Cirino for State Senate
    Diane Grendell
    Gail Pavliga

    Stop in - Support the Republican Party and show your TRUMP Pride.

  • Sat, June 13, 2020 10:17 AM | Anonymous

    Hot off the presses...

    Portage Republican Voter Guide

  • Mon, May 18, 2020 4:23 PM | Anonymous

    Due to Covid-19 and social distancing restrictions, we have moved the Portage County Central Committee meeting online. Details are forthcoming. If you have any questions, call the office.

    Portage County Central Committee Meeting - Virtual

  • Thu, April 30, 2020 9:09 AM | Anonymous

    Here are the results for the 3/17 (extended to 4/28/20) primary election. Congratulations to the winners and those who participated in the election process!


  • Sat, April 11, 2020 10:08 AM | Anonymous

    Portage County Central Committee

    Meeting Moved from April 14 to May 26, 2020

    The meeting will still be at Maplewood Career Center at 6:30 PM.

    Calendar: Portage County Central Committee Meeting

    Though there is a chance that social distancing will still be in place and the meeting may have to be rescheduled a second time. But until we hear for positive that we are still in lockdown, we need to continue moving forward this election year.

    The meeting will be busy - we will have:

    • Welcome of new Central Committee member
    • Election of officers - please think about running
    • Ratification of bylaws
    • Election of executive committee
    • Nominations for appointed central committee members
    • Endorsements from contested primaries
    • Plus, more... watch out for the agenda as we get closer to the meeting
    Please plan on attending.

  • Wed, April 08, 2020 9:48 AM | Anonymous

    Five-Part Series on Primaries

    By Valerie Emmert

    Part V: How Do We Fix the System?

    As you contemplate the state of our election system, with Washington DC awash in money that drowns out constituent voices, jerrymandering that protects ideologues from being fired by the people, and decreasing party affiliation producing increasing extremism, you might feel hopeless that the direction can be reversed.

    Some have suggested term limits as a solution. Although term limits would provide more opportunity and incentive for increased citizen candidacies, big donors would still make their donations, and the safe districts would still exist as a barrier to broad-based candidate appeal in general elections.

    Some politicians who hold grudges afer losing primaries to less moderate candidates have embarked on a crusade against the primary system itself, proposing that all candidates appear on the same ballot in a primary regardless of party and that unaffiliated voters vote in these primaries without having to affiliate. Not only would such a system do nothing to eliminate the influence of the donor class over the behavior of elected officials, but would, in fact, do great harm to the competitive underpinnings of our election system, ultimately killing the two-party system. Instead, we should dedicate ourselves to a plan that would invigorate the primary system, which would likewise strengthen the competitiveness of our general elections and empower the electorate.

    For such a plan to succeed, both parties would naturally play a pivotal role. First, each party’s precinct representatives would need to commit themselves to engaging with the unaffiliated citizens in the precincts, promoting the importance of primary participation and encouraging affiliation. Encouraging voters to choose the party that BEST represents their political position on issues rather than disengaging because neither party TOTALLY represents those positions, is the key to forcing primary candidates toward the center of each party. As a result, general election candidates must move even closer to the center to win voters away from each other. As a result, the candidate ultimately elected has more common ground with constituents and colleagues and is therefore in a better position to compromise on legislation.

    Additionally, each party must fill central committee vacancies with precinct representatives who are committed to ongoing engagement with voters coupled with a determination to actively participate in all county party meetings in order to maintain citizen control of funding and endorsement of candidates, thereby keeping the donor class and candidates in check.

    We all have a responsibility to safeguard the continuation of the American experiment that is our Republic. By allowing ourselves to disengage from this civic duty out of frustration with the power struggle inherent to political life, we passively condone the incremental dismantling of what our forefathers sacrificed so dearly to bring forth.

  • Sat, March 28, 2020 10:51 AM | Michael O’Flaherty (Administrator)

    Faith Lyon, director of the Portage County Board of Elections, said the Ohio Legislature recently set the primary election for April 28, and made it a “vote by mail” election. Ballots will be counted on the evening of the 28th, just as they would be any other election, with an “unofficial canvas” being released on the board’s website.

    View Details

    Please contact the board of elections to get your absentee ballot:

    Portage County Board of Elections - Absentee Voting

    You do NOT need to vote again if you have already voted.

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