Tue., Jan. 15, WDC meeting, 7:00 pm, at Gant House, 1845 W. Main St., Zanesville.  We will be discussing the candidate filing deadline (Feb. 6th) for the May Primary Election. This will be a city candidates election. Mayor, Auditor, Treasurer, Law Director, President of Council, 3 Council-at-Large Seats and Municipal Judge position will all be on the ballot. If you want to run for one of these positions or know a Democrat who would, please attend the meeting.  We will also be planning our fundraisers and events for 2019.

Wed., Jan. 16, Muskingum County Democrats, 7:00 pm, at Gant House, 1845 W. Main St.., Zanesville.  This represents a permanent change from 7:30 pm at Democratic HQ on 6th St.  Our agenda will include discussions on State issues, Party issues, the upcoming elections and plans for the new year. Hope we'll have a big crowd; come and help us plan for a winning year.

Sat., Jan. 19, Women's March in Columbus, OH, 11 am - 2 pm More info:  https://www.womensmarch.com/sister-marches (Enter zip code 43215 to search on the Sister Marches page for the Columbus, OH march RSVP form.) 
Organizer:  Rhiannon Childs, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thur., Jan. 31, Democratic Central Committee meeting, 6:30 pm, at Gant House, 1845 W. Main St., Zanesville.  Followed by the Executive Committee meeting.

Wed., Feb. 6, Filing Deadline for May Primary Election for city candidates--Mayor, Auditor, Treasurer, Law Director, President of Council, 3 Council-at-Large Seats, and Municipal Judge.

Tue., Feb. 19, WDC meeting, 7:00 pm at Gant House, 1845 W. Main St., Zanesville. On the agenda: upcoming St. Patrick's Day Fundraiser, memorial band concessions, candidates, state and federal issues, new membership and more 

Wed., Feb. 20, Muskingum County Democrats meeting, 7:00 pm, at Gant House, 1845 W. Main St., Zanesville.  Chili dinner. Members will be providing Chili and desserts. Donations will be accepted and will go towards club activities.  Also, November ballot, Sherrod Brown’s possible run for President, state and federal issues, and our part in all of these things.  Officers for this club are also needed.

Fri., Mar. 15, St. Patrick's Day Fundraiser, 6:00 - 8:00 pm, at VFW Hall, 1318 Putnam, Zanesville.  Menu:  Potato Bar, Salad and Desserts.  Cash Bar. 

Door Prizes, and Half-and-Half Drawing. 

  

Special Guest Speaker, Nan Whaley, Mayor of Dayton, who is working to draft Sherrod Brown for President in 2020.

Speakers--Local City Candidates:
2nd Ward City Council – Jan Bradshaw
3rd Ward City Council – Connie Norman
4th Ward City Council – Sandy Gentry     
Council at Large – Albert Zakany
Municipal Judge – Andrew Joseph
Mayor – Jeff Tilton


Live entertainment by Kris Geis. 

$20 donation, payable to MAWD PAC.  All proceeds benefit Democratic Candidates.

RSVP to: 
Martha Sullivan, 740-704-3344, 643 Locust Ave., Zanesville 43701
Melanie Kish, 740-787-2203

Tue., Mar. 19, WDC meeting, 7:00 pm, at Gant House, 1845 W. Main St., Zanesville.

Wed., Mar. 20, Muskingum County Democrats meeting, 7:00 pm, at Gant House, 1845 W. Main St., Zanesville.

Tue., Mar. 26, Newark Fair Housing Event (recommended by the Zanesville Think Tank on Poverty), 9:30 am - 3:30 pm, at Newark High School, 314 Granville St., Newark, OH.  Keynote address by G. Michael Payton, Executive Director for the Ohio Civil Rights Commission.  Training is FREE and open to the public.  Community discussion regarding protections under the Fair Housing Act, Ohio Civil Rights laws, and the Newark Fair Housing Ordinance for protected parties, including families with children, LGBTQ community, people with disabilities, immigrants, and those re-entering the community after incarceration.  Training will include advice on how to request a reasonable accommodation/modification and how landlords should handle such requests.  The training will also discuss the administration complaint process through HUD, Ohio Civil Rights Commission, and the Newark Fair Housing Board.  Sponsored by the City of Newark and SE Ohio Legal Services.

Tue., Mar. 26, Zanesville Think Tank on Poverty General Monthly Meeting, 5:30 - 7:30 pm, at the Singer Center, 831 Matthews St., Zanesville.  The city has not had enough response to its survey on Zanesville housing needs, which is needed for future planning.  The group will be canvassing, helping more residents fill out these forms.  There will be a potluck supper.  Come to learn about the work of the Zanesville Think Tank on Poverty on affordable housing, and find out how you can get involved. We will watch the movie "Up River" to learn about how the Newark Think Tank was started. Call Lesha at 740-334-2152 if you need a ride or childcare.

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