Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus

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Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus is a Cleveland area affiliate of the Democratic Party and Our Revolution.

Beginnings

The roots of the Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus (CCPC) can be traced to the summer of 2015 when Senator Bernie Sanders began his movement. As the energy of his campaign grew, it became clear that momentum forward would continue far beyond the 2016 presidential election. Built on the progressive agenda and values of this movement, Northeast Ohio for Bernie Sanders began its transition in the summer of 2016 to the Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus.[1]

Partners

CCPC Leadership

In 2018 , Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus had four director level leaders.[3]

  • Diane Morgan, was a leader of the Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus.
  • CCPC steering committee member Ken Frisof

2018 endorsements

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Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus April 25 2018:

These are the candidates endorsed by both Our Revolution and CCPC! Vote May 8th! Vote for Yvonka Hall, OH State Rep. District 12, Kyle Earley, Michael J. Skindell for State Representative, Steve Holecko for Ohio State Representative - District 14 and Dennis Kucinich and Tara Samples for Gov and LG.

Socialist co-founder

Tristan Rader was co-founder of the Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus in Lakewood.

Comrades

Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus July 18, 2016:

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With Steve Holecko, Danielle Bendjy, Randy Moye and Rachael Hannah in Cleveland, Ohio.

Progressive Champions

Steve Holecko November 6, 2017:

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With two Progressive Champions, Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon and Our Revolution President Nina Turner. Great event this afternoon at the CCPC Office!

Tristan Rader. Great work putting this on!

Ethan Goodman. Great work folks!! Keep the progress going.

Antonio connection

Steve Holecko November 6 2018

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With : soon to be State Senator Nickie Antonio at the CCPC office. GOTV canvassing continues until 7. Please stop by and make the Blue Wave happen!

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