Presidential Race

This is a Purple “battleground” state, one of six critical states that voted for Obama in 2012, but then voted for Trump in 2016. It is absolutely critical to our survival that we win back this state for Biden in 2020.

stateVoted_for_Trump 2016Voted_for_Clinton 2016Did_Not_Vote
Ohio2,841,0052,394,164 3,240,321
Source: US Census Bureau, Voting and Registration in the Election of November 2016

Trump won this state in 2016 with 8.1% more votes than Hillary Clinton, or roughly 450,000 votes out of more than 5 million votes cast in Pennsylvania. More than 3 million people in Ohio, including 600,000 young people, aged 18-24, did not vote in that election, and a similar number have turned 18 since 2016 and are thus eligible to vote.

Ohio446,841635,000 615,332
Source: US Census Bureau, Voting and Registration in the Election of November 2016, Table 4c

If you live in Ohio, your vote is critical to our survival. Voting for a third party or not voting at all is the same is giving your vote to Trump in this state.

Source: Federal Election Commission, Election Results 2016

Register to vote:

OhioOct. 5Oct. 4Oct. 5

Mail in voting:

OhioOct. 31November 2

Vote in person:

StatePolls_open_amPolls_close_pmFind your polling place
Note: Times may vary, always check locally. Source: https://ballotpedia.org/State_Poll_Opening_and_Closing_Times_(2020)

AND, you can help win this state for all of us by encouraging a friend, relative, colleague, former neighbor, or somebody else you know to vote, and to vote for our survival, at this election.

Click here for more ideas and help in convincing a friend or relative to vote.

Senate Race

There are no Senate seats up for election in Ohio this year.

House Races

There are currently no progressive candidates running for the US House of Representatives in this state.