Have you ever worked the polls on election day? Each election, thousands of Ohioans dedicate themselves to sustaining the backbone of democracy—our election process. Poll workers are essential to ensuring that our elections are fair, and in doing so, maintain the traditions of our past and our hope for the future.

Be part of something big. Sign up to be a poll worker and help your community run a safe, secure, and accurate election!


Rep. Dave Joyce

So great to meet with the Ohio Farm Bureau today along with farmers from Geauga, Ashtabula and Trumbull Counties. They were in Washington to discuss their concerns with proposed tax policies as well as their efforts to protect water quality and advance farmland preservation
Agriculture is the Buckeye State’s largest industry with more than 77,000 farms contributing $124 billion to Ohio’s economy. I’m proud to work alongside OH-14’s farmers and ranchers to address the issues impacting their livelihoods and ensure they can continue to be such an integral part of their communities and Ohio as a whole. #OFBDC

Fowler Arthur Encourages Ashtabula County Cities and Businesses to Apply for Vibrant Community Program

State Rep. Sarah Fowler Arthur (R-Ashtabula) encourages cities and entities throughout Ashtabula County to apply for the Vibrant Community Program. The program focuses on distressed communities that face hardships regarding economic development and job creation. Fowler Arthur has identified three cities within the 99th Ohio House District that are eligible to apply.

“Our communities of Ashtabula, Conneaut and Geneva are eligible for this grant that could go a long way in helping with economic growth within our region of the state,” said Fowler Arthur. “I hope the cities, businesses, non-profits and others take a look into this opportunity as it could certainly be a chance to improve job creation within these areas.”

The program is run through JobsOhio and is meant to uplift areas with significant reinvestments for those that have had difficulty with attracting private investments and job creation due to a lack of resources.

JobsOhio has noted eligibility has qualified nearly 100 cities that have populations between 5,000 and 75,000. Additionally, the poverty rates must be at or above the state’s average poverty rate, and eligible applicants include businesses, non-profits, developers, port authorities or local governments.

In total, the grants offer up to $2 million for these development projects that are going to these identified distressed areas.

For Ashtabula, Conneaut, Geneva and other entities within the cities interested in applying for future rounds of the Vibrant Community Program, please contact JobsOhio Regional Network Partner Bill Koehler at bkoehler@teamneo.org or at (216) 363-5420.

2021 Oktoberfest

You are cordially invited


Keynote Speakers:

Mike Gibbons: United States Senate Candidate

Josh Mandel: United States Senate Candidate

Jim Renacci: Ohio Governor Candidate


$25 per person / $40 per couple / $50 per family (kids under 18)

Download form here

or Purchase Tickets today here 

Sponsorships welcome

America First Host: $250

MAGA Sponsor $100

RSVP TO: chairman@ashtabulagop.com or 440-858-3554

Please make checks payable to Ashtabula County Republican Party
Mail to: Ashtabula County Republican Party, PO BOX 265, Jefferson, Ohio 44047

All candidates running for US Senate and Ohio Governor have been invited to attend the Oktoberfest. As we get confirmation that they will be attending we will make announcements on the ACRP website.

National Preparedness Month

Recently the Ashtabula County Commissioners presented a proclamation for National Preparedness Month to Emergency Management Agency Director Mike Fitchet.
“National Preparedness Month creates an important opportunity for every resident of Ashtabula County to prepare their homes, businesses and communities for any type of emergency including natural disasters and potential terrorist attacks,” the proclamation reads.
Learn more: Click Here

Angie Maki Cliff – Ashtabula County Treasurer update

I am EXCITED to announce that beginning October 1, 2021 taxpayers will be able to pay by credit or debit card when you visit the Treasurer’s Office. Previously credit and debit card payments could only be made online and by telephone using a third-party service. As paying bills becomes more electronic and touchless becomes standard, our office is pleased to stay on top of these trends! Paying electronically is faster, easier and more convenient than paying by check or cash.
The Ashtabula County Treasurer’s Office has partnered with Certified Payments to offer safe payment solutions in person, by phone and online. Taxpayers can use most major credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Discover, or pay by E-Check or debit. A convenience fee will be charged for each transaction.