The Ohio Democratic Party is hiring a Coordinated Campaign Director to lead in the development and execution of a statewide coordinated campaign to boost Democratic performance in targeted areas and elect Democrats up and down the ticket through 2018.

The Coordinated Campaign Director will:

  • Execute the statewide Coordinated Campaign plan and budget;
  • Manage & oversee day-to-day operations of Coordinated plan
  • Offer coordination and support to endorsed statewide candidates and their campaigns
  • Organize and supervise the Party’s voter-contact programs
  • Supervise field staff
  • Communicate regularly with statewide partners to collaborate, create plans, share information and track progress toward statewide goals
  • Advise each affected Partner about each endorsed candidate’s needs and, where appropriate, how the Coordinated Campaign may serve those needs
  • Perform such other duties as assigned by the party Executive Director in conjunction with coordinated partners


  • Experience either (a) in a leadership role on a campaign for public office, or (b) as staff for a party organization or aligned organization, or a coordinated campaign
  • Experience with field or organizing (such as targeting, training, voter identification, and get-out-the-vote drives)
  • Management-level leadership role (a) on a campaign for federal or statewide office, (b) as staff for a party organization, or (c) on a statewide coordinated campaign preferred
  • Ability to work collaboratively with partner organizations, complete projects under tight deadlines, and maintain a positive attitude
  • Proficiency with voter targeting, plan development, training, voter identification, base-vote and get-out-the-vote drives
  • Experience organizing in partnership with communities of color
  • Proven track record of effective staff management

Application Procedure:

Please send resume, cover letter, three professional references and a writing sample to Sarah Ross at [email protected].  Application deadline is May 12, 2017.

The ODP is dedicated to the achievement of equality of opportunity for all its employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin or disability.



The Ohio Democratic Party is hiring a full-time Finance Associate.   We are looking for a detail oriented, energetic, self-starting individual to join our finance team as we work to elect our Democratic officials up and down the ticket through 2018. This is a wonderful opportunity to be part of the most dynamic State Party in the country in one of the top battleground states.

Finance Associate responsibilities include:

  • Support Finance Director and Deputy Finance Director as needed
  • Plan, manage and successfully execute ‘Blue Cocktail’ fundraising events throughout the state on a regular schedule
  • Draft, send and track certain fundraising correspondence, specifically invitations and thank-you notes
  • Use technology & social media to build for fundraising events
  • Processing daily contributions
  • Other campaign related activities as needed
  • Ability to work non-traditional hours as needed

Finance Associate Qualifications:

  • Previous finance/fundraising experience a plus
  • Applicants must be highly organized and have the ability to multitask in a fast-paced campaign environment
  • Knowledge of NGP Software preferred
  • A true self-starting team player
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to manage a lot of projects simultaneously and cheerfully
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office required
  • Access to reliable transportation required

Application Procedure:

Please send resume and cover letter to Sarah Ross at [email protected].

The ODP is dedicated to the achievement of equality of opportunity for all its employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin or disability.



The Friends of Sherrod Brown Campaign is hiring an Outreach Coordinator to assist in the development and maintenance of strong relationships with various constituencies across Ohio. This will allow the campaign to identify and engage volunteers, supporters, and issue advocates who share the same vision for Ohio that Sherrod does, and build our already strong base for 2018.

The Outreach Coordinator will:

  • Lead & assist in a variety of outreach projects with various Democratic constituencies across Ohio.
  • Initially work closely with the Campaign Manager, but eventually with the yet to be hired Political Director, Campaign Committee Chair, & coordinated campaign.
  • Work with various constituencies to identify campaign surrogates.
  • Work with various campaign departments to set up trainings for progressive organizations across Ohio who want to help Sherrod.
  • Create a meaningful dialogue with progressive groups while respecting their independence.
  • Link progressive groups and other constituencies to Senator Brown’s re-election campaign so they can be helpful to assure Sherrod’s re-election and help with the rest of the ticket.
  • Work with fundraising team to set up low dollar fundraisers across the state to bring in additional revenue while organizing volunteers at the same time.


  • Experience working with Democratic organizations, organizing, or campaigns in some capacity.
  • Experience speaking in front of a crowd.
  • A willingness to travel across the state.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with partner organizations, complete projects under tight deadlines, and maintain a positive attitude.

Application Procedure:

Please send resume and a writing sample to Justin Barasky [email protected]

Application deadline is June 15, 2017.

Friends of Sherrod Brown is committed to an equal opportunity process for all its employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin or disability.


Is accepting applications for the position of Deputy Director.  For a complete job description and requirements go to:  A completed application and resume must be submitted to:  Miami County Board of Elections, 215 W. Main St., Troy, OH  45373 or emailed to:  [email protected].   Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Miami County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is Accessible to the Disabled.

Duties of the Deputy Director

The deputy director serves at the pleasure of the board for a term of two years, commencing in early March in each even-numbered year.  The deputy director had dual function, serving as the board’s chief administrator, as well as election official.   In these capacities, the deputy director performs or oversees a variety of duties, including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Keeping a full and true record of board proceedings and of all moneys received and expended;
  • Filing and preserving in the board office all orders, records and reports pertaining to the administration of voter registrations and elections;
  • Receiving and having custody of all books, papers, and property belonging to the board;
  • Performing such other duties in connections with the office of deputy director and the proper conduct of elections as the board determines;
  • Reviewing all directives, advisories, memoranda, correspondence and materials issued by the Secretary of State;
  • Disseminating to board members and staff the information, instructions and/or materials provided by the Secretary of State; and take action as required by those communications;
  • Assisting the board in drafting and implementing personnel policies and procedures;
  • Supervising and instructing board employees; assign work; coordinate activities; make recommendations concerning the hiring, responsibilities, compensation, discipline, and discharge of board employees;
  • Preparing for and conducting all primary, general and special elections held in the county;
  • Processing, evaluating, and reporting elections results;
  • Recruiting, hiring, and training precinct election officials;
  • Supervising the processing of voter records;
  • Developing an annual budget and monitor the board’s budget and payroll;
  • Preparing the written agenda and minutes of board meetings; Ohio Election Official Manual Ohio Secretary of State;
  • Auditing campaign finance reports;
  • Calculating chargeback to political subdivisions;
  • Assisting local liquor option petitioners; and
  • Maintaining and submitting an annual report of consumable inventory.

Miami County Board of Elections Deputy Director



  • Currently registered to vote
  • Currently registered as a Democrat
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check
  • Ability to pass a drug screening
  • Ability to reside in Miami County within 30 days of employment and remain in residence in Miami County while in this position


  • Experience working in a Board of Elections
  • Experience successfully managing/supervising employees
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint, Google Docs, and other data management software.



The Ohio Democratic Party is seeking Digital Communications Interns to support our coordinated campaign efforts.  We are currently focused on critical issues facing Democrats in Ohio as well as on national, statewide, various local and issue based campaigns.  As a digital intern, you will work to support the overall messaging strategy for the Ohio Democratic Party.


  • Assist with the writing, production, publishing and content across email, social media, and websites
  • Write and load emails for fundraising and GOTV efforts
  • Create social media/digital content
  • Monitor social media
  • Provide research support for digital communication campaigns
  • Assist in publishing of website content
  • Monitor website performance and traffic patterns
  • Provide general support functions to Communications team


  • Strong understanding of social media platforms
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to work collaboratively as part of a team
  • Be efficient and well organized
  • Be able to multi-task and think on your feet; work well with deadlines
  • A good ”eye for design”
  • Be strongly committed to Democratic ideals

To be considered for this opportunity, please send cover letter and resume to [email protected]


The Ohio Democratic Party is seeking ambitious and hard-working people to support our coordinated campaign efforts. We are currently focused on critical issues facing Democrats in Ohio as well as on various local and statewide campaigns. We look for interns on a rolling and ongoing basis to assist with our daily operations. Interns will be responsible for helping to support the various facets of the coordinated campaigns. They are as follows:

  • Field and Organizing
  • Political Data/Targeting
  • Volunteer and Voter Outreach
  • Communications
  • Information Technology
  • Operations
  • Research
  • Administrative
  • Finance
  • Voter Protection
  • Political Caucus Organizing

The ideal candidate must be high energy, efficient, well-organized and be able to think on his/her feet. We are looking for people who can multi-task, work well with deadlines and under pressure and are strongly committed to Democratic ideals. Candidates with excellent oral and written communication skills are preferred.

Most intern positions are offered at our Headquarters in downtown Columbus. There are some additional positions available out in the field/throughout the state. There are opportunities for evening and weekend hours as well as during the regular ‘business’ day. We will accommodate school and work schedules. If you are enthusiastic, excited about politics and want to learn, this is a great opportunity to see things from the inside. This rewarding and valuable opportunity is a non-paid internship, but can frequently be applied toward credit for school.

To be considered for this opportunity, please send a cover letter and resume to [email protected].