Celebrating and Recognizing Juneteenth

Since 1865, Juneteenth has been a date of recognition commemorating the official end of slavery in the United States. But as of this week, Juneteenth is officially a Federal holiday. The Senate passed the measure this week with no debate, … Read More

BCDP Candidate Endorsement Standards

Endorsed vs Preferred Candidates In partisan races, the Party shall not issue any endorsement in a contested primary, but may endorse in uncontested primaries. The use of the term “endorsed” by the BCDP for any candidate shall be restricted for … Read More

Butler County Celebrates Pride Month

Gay Pride month commemorates the Stonewall riots which occurred at the end of June 1969.   It’s a month that focuses on recognizing the impact LGBTQ people have made in the world.    It is a time to celebrate their contributions.   It is also … Read More

Middletown NAACP Swears in New Leadership

On January 21, NAACP leadership met to install the next generation of leadership. At that meeting, Dr. Celeste Didlick-Davis, PhD assumed her new role as President of the Middletown Chapter of the NAACP. In a discussion with Dr. Didlick-Davis, she … Read More

Raise a Glass to Red, Wine & Blue

In 2019, Cleveland mom & CEO of Shareblue, Katie Paris, decided her efforts of supporting progressive agendas should be brought closer to home.     She felt Ohio had slipped from a winnable state for Democrats and it was time she turned … Read More

Are You Ready to Run?

If you haven’t had enough of politics, we have something just for you.  Whether we’re ready or not, the 2021 campaign season will soon be upon us. The November 2, 2021 General Election is within sight and it’s time for you … Read More