Your 100 Day Action Plan

100 days may seem like a long time. And while your first thought may be “election day can’t get here quickly enough!”, this hundred days will go by much quicker than you think. With 100 days left, what can you … Read More

Black Lives Matter in Butler County

Since the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers, the country (and indeed the world) has seen protests expressing a desire for change. From Black Lives Matter and other community activist groups, to individuals including high … Read More

Candidates Need Your Help

Volunteers are needed Since Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued the Stay At Home order, candidates running for elected office are having a difficult time recruiting volunteers, getting their message out to the voters of Butler County and soliciting donations.  When … Read More

Ohio Primary Update: What You Need to Know

On March 25, both houses of the Ohio General Assembly passed legislation to address the COVID-19 pandemic.  Among several things this legislation did, it extended the availability of absentee ballots by mail for the March 17th primary until April 28th, not June … Read More

YOU MATTER MORE THAN YOU KNOW

Starting March 2, 2020, families will begin receiving the first round of invitations to complete census documents.    You will receive this information in the mail, and you can respond online, by mail, or by phone. It is imperative to complete … Read More

Political Parties and Special Interest Groups

Party members and the general public frequently ask why the Butler County Democratic Party (BCDP) isn’t doing something regarding a particular issue or event.  We’re often told that Indivisible, MoveOn.Org, Ohioans for Gun Safety, or some other interest group is … Read More