Bay Village Democrats elect officers

Gerry Horning was re-elected president of the Bay Village Democratic Club for 2018 in an unanimous vote among about 20 club members at the June 12 meeting. Horning is a Bay Village city leader in the county Democratic organization and a personal injury lawyer.

Other officers re-elected were Mary Ann Cronin, vice president; Harriet Gannon, secretary; and Ann Sartin, treasurer.

During the meeting, members also heard a presentation by representatives from Fair Districts Ohio, a campaign by nonpartisan groups to force an end to political gerrymandering in federal congressional districts. A petition drive is underway to create a ballot issue across the state. A similar effort won voter approval last year to stop gerrymandering in Ohio House and Senate districts.

The Bay Village Democratic Club will meet again on Monday, Aug. 14, at 7 p.m. in the community room at the Bay Village Police Station, 28000 Wolf Road.

Upcoming events include a booth at Bay Days in Cahoon Park and an annual (free) corn roast on Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 6 p.m. at the Bay Lodge, 492 Bradley Rd.

Membership for the Democratic Club is open to anyone. Annual dues range from $5 for seniors and students to $15 for families. 

For more information, contact Gerry Horning at

Dave Sartin

Retired reporter and editor at The Plain Dealer.

Comunications committee chair, Bay Dems

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Volume 9, Issue 12, Posted 9:23 AM, 06.20.2017