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Huron County Board of Elections
Ohio Democratic Party
National Democratic Party
Mar. 07 HCDP Policy Committee
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Mar. 09 HCDP Lunch & Learn - Racism in Huron County
Noon to 1:30 PM - 16 W. Main St. Norwalk - Box Lunch $10
Mar. 28 HCDP Policy Committee
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Apr. 13 Breakfast at Berry's
7:00 AM - Berry's Restaurant, Norwalk
Register to Vote
By contacting the Huron County Board of Elections, 180 Milan Avenue, Norwalk. Phone 419-668-8238. To check if you are registered, see the My Vote Section above.
In The News
Ohio voter purge travels to U.S. Supreme Court
(The New Political, Jan 22, 2018) The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on Sec. Husted's voter purging policy by summer. "According to the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, states are prohibited from removing 'the name of any person from the official list of registered voters for failing to vote.' Yet under Ohio state policy, voters who miss two federal elections are sent a confirmation notice ... If they fail to return the notice and fail to participate in voter activity for the next four years, their registration to vote is removed.”
24-Hour Solar Energy: Molten Salt Makes It Possible, and Prices Are Falling Fast
(Inside Climate News, Jan 16, 2018) No, Area 51 is down the road. But still, "there's not yet anything quite like [this solar plant] ... anywhere else on the planet."
Trump's Disdain For Science
(New York Times, Jan 4, 2018) No president in recent history has needed a capable science adviser more while apparently wanting one less. But given Mr. Trump’s obvious disdain for science — and for evidence in general — it will be difficult at this point, if not impossible, to find an accomplished, reputable scientist who would agree to work with him.
Ohio - Killing Clean
(The Weather Channel, Dec 29, 2017; video & text) "With scare studies, policy drafts and political donations, industry groups turned Ohio lawmakers against [clean energy] policies they once overwhelmingly supported."