Trumbull County Democrats show off candidates in Niles

Trumbull County

NILES, Ohio (WKBN) — Democrats in Trumbull County got a chance to meet their candidates today at the new Democratic Party Headquarters.

It’s the first day the new headquarters are open, so the party introduced its endorsed candidates to the public.

The building is located on Youngstown-Warren Road in Niles, at the old Damon’s Restaurant.

Organizers say they weren’t surprised so many people showed up.

Party leaders want to get folks excited about the May 6th primary election.

They’re also encouraging people to vote early.

Early voting in Ohio started April 1.

“Now that we have the party headquarters everybody will know where to go to get either the information, get the slate for the ballots for all the endorsed candidates cause they’re going to be on the ballots, any of the information that they might need for the Democratic Party,” said Cosmo Signoriello,co-chair, Get Out to Vote committee.

Folks can also register to vote and pick up campaign signs for party-endorsed candidates.

Here is a list of the endorsed candidates:

Endorsed democratic candidates for the primary election are: James Fredericka (probate Judge), Judge Cynthia Westcott Rice (11th District Court of Appeals), Frank Fuda (county Commissioner), Sean O’Brien (63rd District State Representative and 32nd District State Central Committeeman), Windy Ann Flynn (32nd District State Central Committeewoman), Judge Time Cannon (11th District Court of Appeals), Judge Peter J. Kontos (court of Common Pleas), and Adrian Biviano (Auditor).

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