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Ohio picks its presidential delegates Tuesday night
The 93 people elected in Ohio's 16 congressional districts will be augmented by big city mayors, Ohio's Democratic congressional delegation and other bigger-name Democratsother
by WKSU's M.L. SCHULTZE
This story is part of a special series.


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Ohio Democratic Party Chairman is counting on energy and organization.
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Ohio Democrats will be selecting 93 of their delegates to this summer’s presidential convention tomorrow night at gatherings in all 16 of the state’s congressional districts. 

Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper says the idea is to plant the deepest of Democratic grass roots especially among the newcomers energized by the candidacy of Bernie Sanders.

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“I’m sure people will be giving good oratory. But I think the truth is the best way you win these is you organize. I remember from Cincinnati a number of years ago, a number of people showed up who were well known. But the winner was a 22-year-old who nobody ever heard of who brought 100 people.” 

Unlike Republicans – where the winner of the March 15 primary gets all the delegates – Democrats will divide the delegates elected tomorrow night proportionally between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.  Other appointed delegates will include big-city mayors and Ohio’s Democratic congressional delegation. 



Here are the locations for the 16 congressional district meetings:

Candidates run as pledged supporters of either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders. For more information: https://ohiodems.org/2016-delegate-selection-plan/

 

Doors open at 6 p.m., caucuses start at 7 p.m.

1st Congressional District

Winton Woods Intermediate School
825 Waycross Rd.
Forest Park

2nd Congressional District

Southern Hills Career Technical Center
9193 Hamer Rd.
Georgetown

3rd Congressional District

Columbus State Community College
Delaware Hall
550 E. Spring St.
Columbus

4th Congressional District

Knights of Columbus
1232 E. Center St.
Marion

5th Congressional District

Bowling Green State University
Olscamp Hall
123 E. Ridge St.
Bowling Green

6th Congressional District

Ohio University Eastern Campus
45425 National Rd.
St. Clairsville

7th Congressional District

R.G. Drage Career Center
2800 Richville Dr. SE
Massillon

8th Congressional District

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 648
4300 Millikin Rd.
Hamilton

9th Congressional District

Sandusky High School
2130 Hayes Ave.
Sandusky

10th Congressional District

Sinclair Community College
Building 12
444 W. Third St.
Dayton

11th Congressional District

Cuyahoga Community College
Metropolitan Campus
2900 Community College Ave.
Cleveland

12th Congressional District

Delaware Area Career Center North Campus
1610 State Route 521
Delaware

13th Congressional District

Theodore Roosevelt High School
1400 N. Mantua St.
Kent

14th Congressional District

Lakeland Community College
Building A, Breakers Dining Hall
7700 Clocktower Dr.
Kirtland

15th Congressional District

Berne Union High School
506 N. Main St.
Sugar Grove

16th Congressional District 

Medina Performing Arts Center
Main Stage
851 Weymouth Rd.
Medina

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