Tuscarawas County Ohio Democratic Party News

Tuscarawas County Ohio Democratic Party News

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  2. Democrats select Sharon Buckley-Mirhaidari as candidate for commissioner - New Philadelphia Times Reporter


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    Democrats select Sharon Buckley-Mirhaidari as candidate for commissioner
    New Philadelphia Times Reporter
    NEW PHILADELPHIA The Tuscarawas County Democratic Party Central Committee has picked attorney Sharon Buckley-Mirhaidari to be the party's candidate for commissioner in the November general election. Buckley-Mirhaidari, a Dover resident who has ...

  3. Sam Hitchcock withdraws from commissioners race - New Philadelphia Times Reporter


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    Sam Hitchcock withdraws from commissioners race
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    Gail Garbrandt Rubert, Tuscarawas County Democratic Party chairwoman, said in a statement, “We hate to see Sam withdraw from this race, but absolutely understand that his health comes first. We are so appreciative of all that he has done for the ...

  4. Tuscarawas County Democratic Party to feature Ohio Democratic chairman - New Philadelphia Times Reporter


    Tuscarawas County Democratic Party to feature Ohio Democratic chairman
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    Ohio Democratic Chairman David Pepper will be featured at the annual Tuscarawas County Democratic Party chairman's event to begin at 5:30 p.m. March 16 at the Historic Zoar Schoolhouse, 221 E. Fourth St. Tuscarawas County Democratic Party Chair Gail ...

  5. Dr. Jeff Cameron named as acting Tuscarawas County coroner - New Philadelphia Times Reporter


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    Dr. Jeff Cameron named as acting Tuscarawas County coroner
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    Cameron will serve as acting coroner until the Tuscarawas County Democratic Party Central Committee names a replacement on Jan. 25. Gail Garbrandt, the party chair, said she will nominate Cameron as Hubert's replacement. If the central committee ...

  6. Dr. James Hubert to resign as Tuscarawas County coroner - New Philadelphia Times Reporter


    Dr. James Hubert to resign as Tuscarawas County coroner
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    Hubert, a Democrat, was reelected as coroner in November, but since he is leaving office, he will not be sworn in for his term, which begins Jan. 3. The Tuscarawas County Democratic Party Central Committee will meet on Jan. 25 to select his replacement.

  7. Democratic congressional candidate Ken Harbaugh chats with local supporters - New Philadelphia Times Reporter


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    Democratic congressional candidate Ken Harbaugh chats with local supporters
    New Philadelphia Times Reporter
    He met with some 50 visitors to Tuscarawas County Democratic Party headquarters on Thursday evening, among them Bob D'Amico, 69, of New Philadelphia. “I'm a Democrat and I think we need a congressman who represents all the people in the district, ...

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  8. Teen seeks seat on Uhrichsville City Council - New Philadelphia Times Reporter


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    Teen seeks seat on Uhrichsville City Council
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    UHRICHSVILLE Eric Harmon has begun his political career before he has even graduated from high school. Harmon, 18, of Uhrichsville, a student at Claymont High School, is seeking the Democratic nomination for council at large in the May primary on ...

  9. Salary report: How much do Tuscarawas County elected officials earn? - New Philadelphia Times Reporter


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    Salary report: How much do Tuscarawas County elected officials earn?
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    NEW PHILADELPHIA Most county elected officials, including Common Pleas and Municipal Court judges, will get a boost in pay this year — thanks to raises approved by the Ohio General Assembly in 2015. House Bill 64 provided a 5 percent pay increase in ...

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