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Feb 25 2018

How to file for Central Committee

We encourage all people who are interested in making a change in politics to become a member of their County Central Committee. Learn more about why it is important to run for your Central Committee seat here.

Find out if your County Central Committee is up for election this year – here – http://ohiolibertyprecinctinitiative.com/is-your-seat-up-f…/

Get two pieces important information from your County Board of Elections. Find the information about your Board of Elections – http://ohiolibertyprecinctinitiative.com/county-board-of-e…/

Ask your Board of Elections what your precinct number is, that information is based on your address and could be found on the Board of Election’s website.

Also find out if you need signatures to get on the ballot. If you need signatures, ask the Board of Elections to send you your precincts ‘Walking List’ (list of voters) that are Republicans or Non Party.

If you need signatures for your petition you need the 2-L form – you can find it here- https://www.sos.state.oh.us/globalassets/elections/…/2-L.pdf

If you do not need signatures for your petition, you need the 2-M form – you can find it https://www.sos.state.oh.us/globalassets/elections/…/2-M.pdf

Make sure your petition is complete. We go over how to complete the petition in the video. Petitions are due to the Board of Elections on Wednesday, February 7th by 4pm.

We encourage all people who are interested in making a change in politics to become a member of their County Central Committee. Learn more about why it is important to run for your Central Committee seat here. Find out if your County Central Committee is up for election this year – here – http://ohiolibertyprecinctinitiative.com/is-your-seat-up-f…/ Get two pieces important information from your County Board of Elections. Find the information about your Board of Elections – http://ohiolibertyprecinctinitiative.com/county-board-of-e…/ Ask your Board of Elections what your precinct number is, that information is based on your address and could be found on the Board of Election’s website ...
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