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May 2021

Next Club Meeting: Tuesday, May 25th, 7 PM Via Zoom – With Rep. Marcy Kaptur!

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Featured Speakers:


With introduction by:
Rep. Monique Smith (D – OH House District 16)

Rep. Kaptur will address January 6th, the Biden/Harris administration, Congressional dynamics and legislation, her committees, redistricting, and allow time for Q&A.

Rocky River is divided Congressionally (it should not be) and Rep. Kaptur represents the approximate geographic area of the city north of Detroit Avenue; with her district also including Lakewood, Bay Village and beyond.  To visit Rep. Kaptur’s website, CLICK HERE.

MATTHEW DIEMER, Democratic candidate for Congress

Mr. Diemer is running for Congress in next year’s midterm elections.  The approximate geographic area of Rocky River south of Detroit Avenue is currently in Congressional District 16 that is now represented by Anthony Gonzalez. Congressional redistricting takes place this year and geographic districts are expected to change.  Mr. Diemer will share the key components of his campaign platform and allow time for Q&A. To visit Mr. Diemer’s website, CLICK HERE.

To receive the Zoom link for the Tuesday, May 25th Club meeting at 7 PM, PLEASE FIRST RSVP AND CLICK HERE.   

Our Zoom account is limited to 100 attendees. RSVP’s are on a first-come, first-served basis.  The actual Zoom logon will be provided on May 25th.

VOTE! Tuesday, May 4th – The School Levy

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The Rocky River Democratic Club is pleased to endorse Issue 11 — The Rocky River City School levy.

In-person voting on May 4th in Rocky River:
There are only two in-person voting locations in Rocky River on May 4th:

  • Rocky River United Methodist Church, 19414 Detroit Rd.
  • Rocky River Civic Center, 21016 Hilliard Blvd.

To check where you are assigned to vote in-person, visit the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections website “Where Do I Vote” by CLICKING HERE or call them at: 216-443-8683.

Or, if you show-up at the wrong location, a poll worker will simply direct you to the other location.