Ohio Nurses Association Announces Endorsed Candidates for November 2012 General Election
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 14, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Ohio Nurses Association Political Contributing Entity (ONA-PCE) announced today its first round of endorsed candidates for the November General Election. The ONA-PCE selects candidates based on their support of nursing and other healthcare issues. “ONA-endorsed candidates were chosen because of their support for nursing issues and their search for positive solutions for healthcare,” said Dottie Marsh, RN, Chair of the ONA-PCE. “We are pleased to be able to urge nurses and others to vote for them on November 6th,” Marsh said.
The endorsed candidates are:
SD 2 Randy Gardner R Bowling Green SD 4 Bill Coley R Middletown SD 10 Chris Widener R Springfield SD 12 Keith Faber R Celina SD 16 Jim Hughes R Columbus SD 24 Tom Patton R Strongsville SD 26 Dave Burke R Marysville SD 30 Lou Gentile D Belmont
Ohio House of Representatives
HD 1 Ron Amstutz R Wooster HD 2 Jay Goyal R Mansfield HD 8 Armond Budish R Beachwood HD 9 Barbara Boyd D Cleveland Hts. HD 11 Sandra Williams D Cleveland HD 12 John Barnes D Cleveland HD 18 Michael Stinziano D Columbus HD 19 Anne Gonzales R Westerville HD 21 Mike Duffey R Worthington HD 22 John Carney D Columbus HD 23 Cheryl Grossman R Grove City HD 26 Tracy Heard D Columbus HD 28 Connie Pillich D Cincinnati HD 31 Denise Driehaus D Cincinnati HD 33 Alicia Reece D Cincinnati HD 44 Michael Ashford D Toledo HD 46 Matt Szollosi D Oregon HD 47 Barbara Sears R Maumee HD 48 Kirk Schuring R Canton HD 49 Stephen Slesnick D Canton HD 56 Dan Ramos D Lorain HD 58 Robert Hagan D Youngstown HD 61 Susan McGuinness D Painesville HD 69 William Batchelder R Medina HD 70 Dave Hall R Millersburg HD 79 Ross McGregor R Springfield HD 81 Lynn Wachtmann R Napoleon HD 94 Debbie Phillips D Albany
About the Ohio Nurses Association
The Ohio Nurses Association is a member-driven, full-service professional association and is the premier professional organization for Ohio’s registered nurses. Organized in 1904, the association has been promoting and protecting nurses, the nursing profession and those who receive nursing care for over one hundred years.
SOURCE Ohio Nurses Association