No business would introduce a new product without doing some type of market research. The business would try to find out what the potential consumer of the product wanted, what features they liked, and didn't like. Yet, every year Medina County Democrats are running for local office, introducing new "products" if you will, without having any idea what the consumers of the product, ie, voters are looking for or what they want.
These candidates are spending a lot of money to run for office. Yet, that money is being spent blindly, without doing the basic research needed to understand the concerns of Medina County voters, the consumers of all the information that local candidates put out.
These consumers are definitely known. They are voters who reside in Medina County. Finding out what they want from local and county government wouldn't be that hard. Chances are that some of the market research has already been done by publicly funded agencies such as the Medina County Economic Development Corporation and other agencies.
If those agencies don't have the kind of data that candidates need, then the Medina County Democratic Party needs to commission a poll or a survey to find out what voters like and don't like about their county and local governments. What can't happen is for another election year to take place without the Medina County Democratic Party knowing what voters think.