MEET THE CANDIDATE
Acacia Uible is running for Clerk of Courts for the Common Pleas Court in Clermont County, Ohio.
Acacia earned a Political Science Bachelor’s Degree from Miami University, majoring in Political Science with a minor in Business Legal Studies, and a Capstone in Business Ethics. She was able to complete this degree in 3.5 years, which she says proves she can complete a project early and under budget. She earned a MSA from Union College while raising two small children, working full-time and driving a long commute to work.
The Uibles are a Union-Proud family. Acacia’s husband, Darius, is a UPS semi-truck driver. Acacia is currently the Program Coordinator for a large healthcare organization in Cincinnati, where she helped to coordinate the opening of a $68 million building project. She enjoys being a problem-solver and a person that people can count on to get things accomplished.
Acacia was taught to give back to her community through public service, so feels it is her turn to step up to the plate and run for an elected office. She is a hard-working, homebody at heart, but will give her campaign her all and will do this county proud. Her opponent has been in the office for 15 years. The current Clerk of Courts office is outdated and doesn’t take credit cards. It’s time to offer the people of Clermont County a choice.
Acacia Uible for Clermont County Clerk of Courts Kick Off Party is scheduled for Wednesday, February 26 starting at 5:30pm at RJ Cinema Distillery & Taproomlocated at 4450 Eastgate S Dr Suite 100, Cincinnati, OH 45245 next to Jungle Jims. RSVP here.
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WHAT’S NEW FROM CLERMONT TO COLUMBUS
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Cincinnati’s only abortion clinic didn’t have a state mandated transfer agreement with a hospital. Recently, the Ohio Department of Health rescinded the variance that allowed the clinic to operate because it didn’t have enough physicians on standby in case of an emergency. But Kersha Deibel, president and chief executive officer of Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio region, says that issue has been addressed. Read more.
On any given weekday, about 25,600 homeless students — 1.5% of all enrollees — walked into Ohio’s K-12 schools, according to state data from the 2018-2019 school year. Thirteen years ago, it was 7,560, or 0.5% of enrolled students. Read more.
Public schools prepare Ohio children to be thoughtful, curious adults ready to meet future challenges. They build strong communities. But lawmakers have weakened Ohio’s public schools with the EdChoice program, which directs public dollars to private schools. Read more.
The new bill would require the voter registration process to be an opt-out program rather than opt-in, as it stands now. So, when drivers renew their licenses, or new homeowners update their address or residents have any interaction with a state agency that involves updates to their location, they will be registered as an Ohio voter as well, unless they decline. Read more.
A WORD FROM OUR PARTY CHAIR – RAYMOND LEMBKE
Happy New Year! Election 2020 is on. The most important question in 2020 is whether donald trump gets another four years to inflict harm on our people, our democracy, and our planet. You hear it every four years: no Republican wins the White House unless he wins Ohio. We cannot let trump win Ohio in 2020.
Winning Ohio’s electoral votes for our Democratic candidate is not just a job for Democrats in Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Youngstown, Toledo, and Akron. Hillary Clinton did not lose the urban counties in Ohio in 2016. Mrs. Clinton lost Ohio in 2016 because she lost Ohio’s rural and suburban counties. Whether trump “wins” Clermont County is not as important as getting more votes for our candidate in Clermont County to add to their votes in the cities. Read more.
2020 CINCINNATI WOMEN’S MARCH
Hey Clermont Dems!! Help support Women’s Rights!! Let’s show a unified front at Saturday’s Women’s March. Don’t forget to bring your group’s Swag (T Shirts and Banners). Date: Saturday, January 18 Where: Sawyer Point entrance Time:11:30 RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will rally at the P&G Pavillion area at Sawyer Point, starting at 12 pm (DJ music starting at 11 am!) with a march following a short program of speakers! We will return to the park after marching for a CELEBRATION with speakers, performers, and interaction with local organizations! Also check out local small businesses that will be vendors! This anniversary action is our re-dedication to the international movement of women’s strength, power, and determination. 2020 is crucial to get involved and make change. We will work to elect progressive candidates that represent our values!
The Clermont County Democratic Party has groups all over the county. Join us! Meeting information is below. Click on the club name and it will take you to the club website or Facebook page for more information.
|Quin-T Democrat Club
First Thursday of every month, 7:30 PM
Green Kayak Grille and Pub
200 Front Street
New Richmond, Ohio 45157
Jaime Castle for Congress OH02
will be our guest on Feb. 6
|Loveland Action Team (LAT)
First Wednesday of every month, 6:30 PM
Loveland Historical Society Museum
201 Riverside Avenue
Loveland, Ohio 45140
|West Clermont Democrats
Second Monday of every month, 7:00 PM
714 Lila Ave
Milford, OH 45150
|Clermont County Young Democrats
Third Wednesday of every month, 7:00 PM
Eastgate Jungle Jim’s bar area
4450 Eastgate S Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45245
|The Goshen Democratic Club
Third Thursday every other month, 6:00 PM
A Music Cafe
1513 Ohio 28
Loveland, Ohio 45140
Third Monday of every month, 6:30 PM
El Rancho Grande Eastgate
4476 Glen Este Withamsville Rd.
Cincinnati OH 45245
ATTEND CLERMONT COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY MEETINGS
Meetings are open to the public.
Everyone is welcome.
6 PM, Fourth Thursday of every month at CCDP Headquarters
174 E Main Street
Batavia, OH 45103
7 PM, Immediately following the Executive Committee meeting.
SUPPORT THE CLERMONT COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Consider joining the Clermont County Donkey Club today. There are many different levels of membership to fit your budget. Your membership will help us build the Democratic Party in Clermont County, support our Democratic candidates and fund our outreach to voters. Whether it’s a one-time contribution or a recurring monthly contribution we appreciate your support. You can join by mailing a check made out to CCDP to PO Box 475, Batavia, Ohio 45103 or join online here.
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174 E. Main Street P.O. Box 475
Batavia, OH, 45103