The Clermont County Democratic Party
When & Where you can sign
|* Due to expected inclement weather Dec 7 & Dec 8 HQ signing has been CANCELLED *|
|CANCELLED Saturday, December 7||1 to 3 pm||CCDP HQ||174 East Main St., Batavia OH 45103|
|CANCELLED Sunday, December 8||1 to 3 pm||CCDP HQ||174 East Main St., Batavia OH 45103|
|Friday, December 13||6 to 9 pm||CCDP
|Winners Cir. & Twin Spires Dr.|
Batavia OH 45103
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