This is a big weekend for Republicans here in Union County!
Join us this Friday October 2 at the Marysville Frisch’s at 8 am for food and fellowship. No need for reservations; just show up and enjoy! We’ll be in the back waiting for you.
Saturday evening, please join us at 6:30 pm at the Marysville Catholic Community Center for the Century Club dinner. We will honor our area veterans and feature Warren Motts, founder of the Motts Military Museum as our keynote speaker! Mr. Motts founded the museum in 1987 to educate the public on the importance of America’s military past through the documentation, collection, interpretation, and preservation of tangible artifacts and personal stories of the men and women who served and are serving in the United States Armed Forces. It will be an honor and a privilege to hear from Warren Motts.
If you haven’t renewed your Century Club membership for the year or made your reservations yet for the dinner, please stop by Dean Cook’s Nationwide Insurance at 125 W 5th St, Marysville. For questions, call (937) 644-5015. A membership of $150 will allow you and a guest to attend the dinner. If you join at the Silver level for $250, you and a guest may attend and you will receive our public thanks at the dinner. A Gold membership for $500 will gain you and 3 guests admission, with preferred seating and recognition. And, our Platinum members ($1000) can bring 5 guests to the dinner, have preferred seating at a front table and you’ll receive standing recognition.
This will be a great weekend, so don’t miss out. Make your reservations for the dinner today!
Thanks very much for all you do.
Your Chair Chris Schmenk
I am honored to receive the endorsement of the Ohio Republican Party for the Ohio Supreme Court today. For over a year, I’ve been traveling throughout Ohio, meeting all of you, and I continue to be moved by the welcome I’ve received from each of you. It has been a humbling experience and I’m looking forward to seeing all of you again in the months to come.
In preparation for the upcoming race, I assembled a strong team of campaign veterans with Supreme Court campaign experience. My campaign manager, Trevor Vessels, served in the same role last year for Justice Judi French and guided her to victory by a 12-point margin against a strong opponent. Trevor, who has 15 years experience working on Republican campaigns, has been advising me since last December. You can contact Trevor at Trevor@CapCityStrategies.com.
I am pleased to share my fundraiser, Stephanie Collins, with Chief Justice O’Connor and Judge Pat DeWine. Mrs. Collins’s role allows for all three of our teams to effectively raise campaign funds. She has served on numerous campaigns throughout Ohio and has been working with me for 6 months. Please feel free to contact Stephanie at Stephanie@RightRainInc.com.
Now, I have just a couple of requests for you that will help our growing team and ensure that I am able to visit all of your counties in the coming months. Please:
Recommend someone in your county that could be our chair and point of contact.
Let me know if there are events in your area that I should attend.
Please consider distributing our petition that will be mailed to you today.
Thank you again for this opportunity, I will give this campaign everything that I have and promise not to let you down. Please do not hesitate to contact me directly if I can answer any questions.
Judge Pat Fischer
I am proud to announce my candidacy for the Ohio Supreme Court in 2016. I have been honored by the huge amount of support I have received over the last few months as I’ve traveled to almost every county in Ohio.
Click the video below to watch our official campaign video announcement to learn more about our campaign.
2016 is going to be a very busy year, and it’s going to take the hard work and dedication of people from all across Ohio for us to be successful next November.
To get more information about our campaign, visit my website at PatDeWine.com, or check out our Facebook page @ https://www.facebook.com/JudgePatDeWine?fref=ts
I ask for you to join us in our campaign, and thank you for all your support.
This is to advise that we won’t be having our First Friday’s at Frisch’s Breakfast this Friday due to Labor Day weekend. If any of you still wish to gather there at 8 am, have a great time! I will be out of town due to work, but I hope you enjoy it!
Have a wonderful Labor Day weekend! Campaign season is upon us, so get ready for an exciting Fall and a wild and wonderful 2016!
Governor John R. Kasich announced a reappointment to the Governor’s Council on People with Disabilities. Read more here.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Kasich announced an appointment to the Lorain County Court of Common Pleas, General Division. Read more here.
Wednesday, August 26 , 2015
Lt. Governor Mary Taylor gave remarks at Bon-Ton’s grand opening of its new state-of-the-art facility in West Jefferson (Madison Co.) where the company is expected to create more than 130 new jobs.
Taylor addressed Dayton-area business members at a National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) meeting (Montgomery Co.). Taylor discussed the work the Administration has done to help small businesses through regulatory reform.
Friday, August 28, 2015
Kasich announced appointments to the Maternity and Newborn Advisory Council and the Youngstown State University Board of Trustees and reappointments to the Ohio Commission on Fatherhood, the Ohio Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Athletic Trainers Board and the Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission. Read more here.
Governor John R. Kasich announced reappointments to the Medical Quality Foundation Board. Read morehere.
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Lt. Governor Mary Taylor delivered remarks to the Akron Rotary Club (Summit Co.), where she highlighted the state’s work to further help businesses succeed and grow, including her work to improve the regulatory climate through the Common Sense Initiative (CSI).
Wednesday, August 19 , 2015
Kasich announced a reappointment to the Third Frontier Advisory Board. Read more here.
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Kasich announced appointments to the State Board of Pharmacy and reappointments to the Ohio Arts Council and the Third Frontier Advisory Board. Read more here.
Taylor participated in the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) event at the Ohio Statehouse (Franklin Co.) which highlighted historic accomplishments of the State’s Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) program.
Friday, August 14, 2015
Kasich announced appointments to the State Board of Sanitarian Registration and reappointments to the State Board of Sanitarian Registration and the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission. Read more here.