FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 21, 2018

FRAN DEWINE TO VISIT FAIR ON MONDAY 3PM

 

Fran DeWine, wife of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, will be visiting the Seneca County Fair on Monday, July 23 from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm. She will be at the Republican tent in the center of the midway, then touring the grounds with County Commissioner Holly Stacy.

 

Mike DeWine is the Republican nominee for Governor in the November election. Fran will be handing out free copies of her cookbook, which has been a feature of his campaigns for many years. It has a variety of family favorite recipes.

 

The 176th annual fair in Tiffin begins Monday and runs through Sunday, July 29. The Republican tent has free hand-held fans, hot popcorn, cold water, and chairs to relax. Free copies of the DeWine cookbook will be available throughout the week.

 

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Contact: Tammy Puff thecrutchmaster@yahoo.com or (419) 565-8795 for interview requests

David Koehl senecarepublicanparty@yahoo.com or 419-447-7205 or 567-207-5778

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AuthorNathan Somers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 8, 2018

REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE ELECTS OFFICERS

The Seneca County Republican Central Committee met Thursday, June 7 at the Board of Elections to reorganize and select officers. All members of the Central Committee were appointed to the Executive Committee.

David W. Koehl was elected as Chairman of both committees. Koehl is also a member of the Board of Elections. Former Chairman Jim Roberts declined to run for a new term to concentrate on his roles as a member of Tiffin City Council and working with veterans.

Bettsville Village Council member Linda Davis was promoted to First Vice Chairman of both committees. Board of Elections Director Jim Ehrman will serve as Second Vice Chairman of the Central Committee, and Vanessa Treft was selected as Second Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee after a tie vote. Deb Wilkinson was elected as Secretary of both committees.

The committee also discussed plans for the county fair tent, annual hog roast, candidates night, and the fall election. Jacob Huner spoke on behalf of US Senate candidate Jim Renacci, and State Central Committeeman Gary Click discussed plans for the state Republican Party.

Koehl thanked members for their support. The committee has 39 members and 13 vacancies. Anyone in a vacant precinct may email senecarepublicanparty@yahoo.com or phone 419-447-7205 for more information about becoming a member.

CONTACT: Chairman David W. Koehl senecarepublicanparty@yahoo.com or 419-447-7205

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AuthorNathan Somers