Run for Office

Are you considering running for office? Resources about open seats, how to file and candidate training are available to help.

For more information:

  • Contact the Clermont County Democratic Party at clermontdems@clermontdems.org Visit the Clermont County Board of Elections website or call their office at 513.732.7275 for information about nominating petitions, filing fees and filing deadlines.
  • The Ohio Democratic Party developed an online tool that you can use to query what local offices are up for election in 2019 and 2020. Visit Run for Office  to find out what offices are open in your community.
  • Need some training to run for office? ODP offers candidate training through their Main Street Initiative program. Contact Sam Melendez, Director of Main Street Initiative at smelendez@ohiodems.org

2019 Elections

In Clermont County each municipality will have one or more elections in November of 2019.

Local races are good start to "dip your toe in the water" if you have an interest in public service. These offices are considered “non-partisan” meaning that candidates who put their name on the ballot do not have to declare a party affiliation. But that does not mean the officeholders will not vote along their party lines. For too many years Clermont County government has been dominated by the GOP. We need good Democrats on the ballot to bring balance back to our local government offices. Please consider a run. If you need more information about running please contact us at clermontdems@clermontdems.org

 

2020 Elections

The twenty-one elected officials in Clermont County are responsible for everything from county roads and bridges to law enforcement to human services. The three commissioners appropriate funds to the various elected officials, who then determine their own spending priorities.

2021 Elections

In Clermont County each municipality will have one or more elections in November of 2021  (see 2019 for offices).

Local races are good start to "dip your toe in the water" if you have an interest in public service. These offices are considered “non-partisan” meaning that candidates who put their name on the ballot do not have declare a party affiliation. But that does not mean the officeholders will not vote along their party lines. For too many years Clermont County government has been dominated by the GOP. We need good Democrats on the ballot to bring balance back to our local government offices. Please consider a run. If you need more information about running please contact us at clermontdems@clermontdems.org

2022 and 2024 Federal and Statewide Elections

  • Presidential (Four-year terms 2020)
  • US Senate (every six years, 2022 and 2024)
  • Second Congressional District two-year term on even years
  • Governor/Lt. Governor (Four-year terms 2022)
  • Attorney General (Four-year terms 2022)
  • State Auditor (Four-year terms 2022)
  • Secretary of State (Four-year terms 2022)
  • Ohio Treasurer (Four-year terms 2022)
  • Supreme Court of Ohio Judge (staggered six-year term)
  • District Court of Appeals Judge (staggered six-year term)
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