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2010 Election



Join UAPA as Governor Strickland delivers


at the final gubernatorial debate


with special guest

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown

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1973 West Henderson Road next to Kroger in the Kroger shopping center

(get directions here)

Featuring 6 plasma tvs, table seating and state-of-the-art audio visual system

$10 admission includes dinner

Cash bar

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Come find out how we win and how you can be a part of the victory!

Free yard signs and bumper stickers



We're on the move! Recent polls show the race in a dead heat.

Momentum is on our side. Let's keep fighting!


Memorial Day Parade, Grandview Heights

Grandview Memorial Day Parade down West First Avenue
Saturday, May 29 - 9 am
Cambridge and 3rd in Grandview (map)
Parade route is west on 1st to Oxley

Support Ted Celeste and Mary Jo Kilroy.

Wear your Ted Celeste T-Shirt and join us in standing up for Ted's positive campaign for the 24th District.

Walk with Mary Jo Kilroy in support of her vote in favor of healthcare reform and her reelection to the 15th Congressional District.

Celeste RSVP. Need a Celeste T-Shirt? Contact

To march with the Kilroy campaign, bring your Kilroy t-shirt. Kilroy RSVP Katie DeCarlo, or 258-4167.



for the 5th Annual

Ted Celeste Barbeque

Sunday, July 11, 2010

5:00 to 8:00 p.m.


Upper Arlington

Dialogue on jobs Aug. 16, 2010

District Dialogue on Jobs, Monday, August 16, 6:30-7:45 pm
Hilliard Public Library, 4772 Cemetery Rd. (map)

Come ask questions and share your thoughts on creating jobs and growing our economy at this open meeting. State Rep. Ted Celeste will be joined by Ohio Department of Development Director Lisa Patt-McDaniel to help answer questions about what the State is doing to encourage job creation in these tough times.

LIVE internet feed. Click here for more information.

Coordinated Campaign kickoff party-Sunday, August 22, 2010

The 2010 campaign is official!

The Upper Arlington and Northwest Columbus 2010 Coordinated Campaign Summer Kickoff Party will be held Sunday, Aug. 22, 3-5 p.m. at 1135 Middleport Drive, Columbus 43235. Ellen Carol Jones and Morris Beja are hosting the kickoff.

Friends, family and neighbors are welcome to meet with Rep. Ted Celeste, 24th District 24, and Rep. John Patrick Carney, 22nd District. Greg Turner, Ohio Democratic Party, will explain how he works with Organizing for America. U.S. Rep. Mary Jo Kilroy, 15th District, may also be attending.

Bring a snack or drinks to share. RSVP and get directions at

March in support of Obama

March for President Obama


Take a stand against the Party of No this week! Be part of the PARTY OF YES (WE CAN)

President Obama will be in Columbus on Wednesday, Aug. 18, to raise funds for deserving Democratic candidates up and down the ticket this November. The Tea Party is planning a huge rally to oppose his policies. In response, we need to show our support for the president!

Help make signs on Tuesday, Aug. 17. Then march Wednesday morning.

Sign making: 7 p.m., Ohio Democratic Party Headquarters, 340 East Fulton Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215. Have a little fun, get creative and say what you want to say in support of YES.

March: 10:30 a.m., meet at ODP and walk to site of President Obama's speech in downtown Columbus. Finish around 1:30 p.m. Wear BLUE to support all Democrats in Ohio. Homemade signs welcome. Examples: Thank you President Obama, Vote 2010, Keep Ohio Blue, Fight for Ohio's Future, We're Fighting for Ohio's Future, We've Got Your Back, President Obama

Put on your walking shoes,

Gather up your wit,
Raise your voice, and
Let them know: We won't take NO for an answer!

For more information, contact Katie Kelly at

Future of Ohio's urban centers 6-22-10

"Future of Our Urban Centers"

Yvette McGee Brown, candidate for Ohio lieutenant governor

11 a.m., Tuesday, June 22

Ballroom, Lincoln Theatre, 769 E. Long Street, Columbus, Ohio

Ohio's urban centers' common issues and opportunities, from the personal perspective of Yvette Brown, native of the Columbus inner city.

Previously, judge and president of the Center for Child and Family Advocacy.

RSVP or volunteer



Celeste's District Dialogue on Issue 1 April 29, 2010

District Dialogue on Issue 1 (Ohio Third Frontier funding)
April 29, 2010 - 7 pm
Edison Middle School
1240 Oakland Ave. (map)

Join Rep. Ted Celeste and John Griffin from the Ohio Department of Development at this open town hall meeting on the Ohio Third Frontier ballot issue. Ask questions, share your thoughts, and make your voice heard.

Issue 1 is a statewide ballot measure that would authorize renewal and continuation of the highly successful Ohio Third Frontier (OTF) program. OTF is a bipartisan visionary public-private partnership that has created 55,000 permanent jobs since 2002.

Health Care Reform with Tom Daschle SOLD OUT


Senator Thomas Daschle

Perspectives on Health Care Reform

Tuesday, April 27

4 p.m.

Fawcett Center Assembly Hall Auditorium, 2400 Olentangy River Road

Limited seating still available; RSVP required: please send your reservation request to or call 614-688-3206, ext. 1. We expect this event to sell out quickly so RSVP soon for your chance at a seat.

Where is the U.S. now with regard to health care reform? What does the new Federal health care law mean for you? Join former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Thomas Daschle for an insider’s look at one of the largest changes in national health policy in recent history. Thomas Daschle, a Representative and a Senator from South Dakota, served in Congress from 1978 to 2005. An outspoken advocate for health care reform, Daschle authored Critical: What We Can Do About the Health-Care Crisis.

Co-sponsored by The Ohio State University Medical Center, and presented as the Glenn School’s 2010 Stanley C. Muroff Civil Liberties Forum


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