Support in Columbus

Along with many of the recipients of these updates, I spent Saturday at OEA’s Representative Assembly in Columbus. It provided an opportunity to sign up about sixty new supporters, and this will be their first update from my campaign.

Especially after this weekend, the list includes supporters from all over the state, and some from outside Ohio as well. Even though they won’t be voting in this race, these folks have indicated that they would like to be kept in touch. These mailings are a way for us to do just that.

Even now, in the early days of the campaign, people ask what they can do; for now, the main thing is to help us sign up more supporters. Each supporter can be a link to others, so if you know people who you think should be hearing our message, just ask them to send an email to, and we’ll put them on the list. (Well, there’s money too, and we appreciate the contributions we’ve been getting. Don’t worry, those requests will come along eventually.)

This post originally appeared on the website of my 2016 campaign for State Board of Education,

Author: StgCoach

Retired teacher and public education leader. Pastoral musician, community activist, parliamentarian, and photographer.