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Spisak to run for Ohio Governor in 2010
 
November 28,2009
 
After much consideration, I have decided to forgo a run for 6th district Congress and plan a run for the Governor representing the Ohio Green Party in 2010.
 
As a school board member, the lack of leadership at the state masion in regards of funding education has become a far more pressing problem for me as a school board member and thus we will work to fixing the Ohio School Budget instead of taking on Blue Dog Democrat Charlie Wilson who continues to ignore the environment and healthcare.

The 2010 Race.....
 
We have been asked over the past several months whether we will be a candidate in 2010 again to unseat Conservative War Supporting Current District Congressman Charlie Wilson.
 
That Decision will be made final in November of 2009. All we can say at this time is that Charlie Wilson continues to disappoint progressive liberals with his voting record and non-voting record in this current Congress, Something we will not stand for after 2010...

Progressive Democrats are voting Green in 2010!!!
 
Vote with the Green Party for a sustainable environment, jobs, justice, freedom, fairness and real democracy.

Thank you to our volunteers and voters

 

 

November 5, 2008

 

 

Thank you to all our volunteers and voters who supported us through campaign 2008.

 

Although victory was not won, the Green Party of Ohio and progressive ideas made gains across the state last night.

 

First, Tim Kettler and myself were the first two Green Party of Ohio Candidates to be officially recognized with a party label in the state of Ohio.

 

Second, in 2006,  when the Green Party of Ohio ran candidates for Governor and Secretary of State, we gathered 2% of the vote.

 

Last night Mr. Kettler and myself doubled that total by gaining roughly 5% of the vote in our races despite the long coat tails of President-Elect Obama.

 

A wave in the ocean starts as a small ripple, and builds momentum with time. This is what we are seeing with the Green Party in Ohio. We are growing and we will become a mighty Green Wave one day.

 

Americans want universal health care. Americans want clean renewable energies, and Americans want to see less lobbyists buying American politicians.

 

Again, thank you to all who supported our campaign. May God bless you.

 

Sincerely,

 

Dennis Spisak-Green Party Candidate for Congress-6th District

It’s Election Day! For New Jobs, Vote For Dennis Spisak For Congress!

 

From:

Struthers, OH

Office Sought:

U.S. Congress-6th District

Offices previously held:

Struthers City Board of Education 2006-present

Dennis's reasons for seeking office:

I am running for Congress because I believe we must send a representative to Washington who will address the issues facing regular citizens, not lobbyists or corporation PACs. My campaign will focus on the issues that Ohioans care about: affordable health care, economic fairness, quality public education, and bringing renewable energy manufacturing jobs to the valley. I am not afraid to call for Health Care for All Ohioans, economic justice, and nothing less than a renewal of America's sense of community and promise of equal opportunity for all citizens.

Dennis's qualifications:

As a Board of Education member, I was able to help take the district out of state fiscal control and debt and return the system to financial health in 2 years with the help of my fellow board members. Also as a Struthers Board of Education member, I worked with the Save our Stadium Committee and the Board of Education to tear down and rebuild the football stadium without using additional taxpayer money. As principal of Southern Local High School in Columbiana County, my school was named a “School of Promise” by the Ohio Department of Education for 2003/2004 school year. I also received a State Improvement Incentive Award for $50,000 for an 83% improvement on state proficiency tests.

Where Dennis stands on the issues:

1. Bringing green renewable solar and wind energy manufacturing jobs and companies to the 6th district. The Renewable Energy Policy Project's latest report, Component Manufacturing: Ohio's Future in the Renewable Energy Industry, produced for the Apollo Alliance, utilizes industrial codes from census data and a state of the art software program to identify the scope of potential job growth that would occur in Ohio. "The report states that Mahoning County is one of the top 20 counties in Ohio with the greatest potential for economic growth by building alternative energy companies and factories." said Spisak. "The report suggests that Mahoning County could gain 93 million dollars to its economy and provide for 592 jobs in the solar, wind, biomass, and geothermal industries." 2. Funding A Health Care for All Americans Act where the only 4 no's you will hear are: no co-payments, no deductables, no premiums, and no one excluded. 3. Ending lobbyists and corporatation PACs control over Congress. Last year, incumbent Charlie Wilson received over $450,000 in PAC money. Mr. Wilson legislates for corporations. As a Green Party candidate, I pledge not to receive any lobbyist or PAC Monies and instead work for the average American instead of corporate greed.

Dennis's priorities if elected:

Bringing green renewable solar and wind manufacturing jobs and companies to the 6th district. My proposing tax incentives for consumer use, tax incentives for companies to relocate here, and by working with private industry to showcase what our district has to offer in the way the way of labor, resources, and transportation.

 

The Apollo Alliance and the clean energy, good jobs economy we are working so hard to help build represents hope made real and visible. As Apollo Chairman Phil Angelides wrote this week on our blog and in an op-ed we are circulating across the nation: "Clean energy isn't a mirage. It's the fastest growing industrial sector in the United States. It is already generating $25 billion a year in sales and revenue, is growing at 30 percent a year."

He added: "Imagine the growth in jobs, technology, equipment, suppliers, and productivity if the United States actually treated the development of clean energy as a national economic priority. And consider just as seriously the remarkable benefits to America's security, environment, economic stability, and communities that would be realized by keeping at home the nearly $400 billion that we send each year to foreign nations, many hostile to our interests, to import their oil. It's time for America to quit bailing and to start building."

As the Apollo Alliance has noted on its Web site, in our public events, in reports, and in the just completed six-state roll out of The New Apollo Program, there is no time to spare. The old economy is sinking. A new one, gradually emerging, needs to dramatically gain speed and influence.

How certain of we of that point? This certain. On September 4, a Thursday, federal Transportation Secretary Mary Peters called the heads of every state transportation department to alert them to an unusual circumstance in the history of American mobility. The Highway Trust Fund was empty. Two days later, on Saturday, the Fed announced that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were close to collapse. The very next day, Sunday, the Fed announced a rescue plan for the two largest mortgage banks in the country.

Though Congress bailed out the mortgage banks and soon after passed a bill that partially filled the trust fund, the import of what occurred was not lost on the world's credit and stock markets. It's also coming into clearer focus for the country.

What happened was that the federal financial institutions that supported highway construction and suburban home development, arguably the central drivers of America's prosperity over the last 60 years, were insolvent. America's drive through economy – reflected in $4 gasoline, falling home values, record rates of foreclosure, a Minnesota bridge collapse – is nearing its economic and fiscal limits. The Highway Trust Fund itself, dependent on gas tax revenues, emptied because Americans responded to what was unfolding around them by spending so much less time behind the wheel.

Yet just as significant as the momentous events of early September in Washington is the question that followed. What's next for America? And the answer to that is the resounding call for changing how America's economy literally runs itself, the transition the Apollo Alliance anticipated when it was founded earlier this decade and which is now one of the salient choices in this election – whether America is ready to invest significant public resources in the environmentally and economically useful switch from fossil fuel to clean energy.

As Phil Angelides writes: "Our current economic crisis has reminded us once again that financial engineering and manipulation are not substitutes for long-term investment and job creation. People need jobs and relief from high energy costs. Our dependence on oil is putting the nation's security at risk. Foreign competitors are moving rapidly to exploit the opportunities offered by clean energy. We can seize the opportunity to become the leader of a new global green economy. We're Americans. Let's do it."

 

ELECT DENNIS SPISAK TO CONGRESS-6TH DISTRICT TODAY!!!!!

ELECT!!!!
DENNIS SPISAK FOR CONGRESS

Green Party Candidate for Ohio’s 6th District

The ONLY PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE

Running against a Conservative Democrat and Republican!

 

Renewable Energy Green/Blue Collars Jobs

Single-Payer Affordable Healthcare

Solar Power/Wind Power/Geothermal Energy

Cast your Vote For Dennis Spisak For Congress (Part 2)

The Only Progressive Candidate for the 6th District of Ohio

 

 

November 3, 2008

 

Name Dennis Spisak

Party Green Party of Ohio

Education B.S.C. from Ohio University 1981, M.A. from The

Ohio State University 1989

 

Qualifications for Office

Qualifications for Office:=2 03 years Board of

Education Member- Struthers City Schools

23 years experience as a teacher and principal.

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1. What should the federal government do, if anything, to ensure that every American has health coverage?

I believe we should have a single-payer universal

health care system for all Americans with no co-payments,

no deductibles, no premiums, and no

one excluded from coverage. Since everyone will

have health care coverage, people can choose and

see their own doctors for routine care and

encourages doctors to practice medicine of the

highest quality. I believe health care should be

secure. Americans should no longer have to worry

about losing coverage if they lose or change their

job. Employers should no longer have to worry

about the ever-increasing costs of health care.

2. What Steps do you propose to strengthen the U. S. Economy?

We need a buildup. We need to get back to

making stuff, based on real engineering not just

financial engineering. We need to launch an E.T.,

energy technology, revolution with the same

urgency as this bailout. Otherwise, all we will have

done is bought ourselves a respite, but not a

future. The exciting thing about the energy

technology revolution is that it spans the whole

economy — from green-collar construction jobs to

high-tech solar panel designing jobs. Our No. 1

resource is our people. Let’s put people back to

work — retrofitting and repowering America.

 

 

Elect Dennis Spisak to Congress-6th District

 

ELECT!!!!
DENNIS SPISAK FOR CONGRESS

Green Party Candidate for Ohio’s 6th District

The ONLY PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE

Running against a Conservative Democrat and Republican!

 

Renewable Energy Green/Blue Collars Jobs

Single-Payer Affordable Healthcare

Solar Power/Wind Power/Geothermal Energy

 

Cast your Vote for Dennis Spisak for Congress (Part 1)

 

 

November 2, 2008

 

 

Why cast a vote for you?

Spisak: "I am not afraid to call for health care for all Ohioans, economic justice and nothing less than a renewal of America's sense of community and promise of equal opportunity for all citizens." Spisak said the area's representative must address "the issues facing regular citizens, not lobbyists or corporation PACs."

 

What is the most pressing need for the district, and what can you do to see that this need is met?

Spisak: "Democrats and Republicans legislate for corporations. I would legislate for the American citizen. The Democrats and Republicans got $120 million from CEOs and corporations last year. Incumbent Congressman Charlie Wilson got over $450,000 from lobbyists and corporate PACs last year. Who does Charlie Wilson truly represent in Washington? The time has come for a candidate that cares less about corporations and more about you. I am that candidate that is concerned about regular Americans and will make this country a better legacy for our children."

Spisak said he will not accept lobbyist or corporate PAC money if elected.

How can you bring new jobs to the district?

Spisak: "I believe our area can become an energy corridor except I disagree with the way Mr. Wilson wants to do it."

Spisak accused Wilson of being paid $18,000 by the coal industry to support the plant.

"Burning coal-to-liquid fuel is arguably the dirtiest, most expensive energy gamble we could take. The truth is that liquid coal is plagued with economic and environmental downsides from the time the coal is mined until long after the liquid is removed from the coal," he said.

Spisak said nearly twice the global warming emissions are emitted by liquid coal than by gasoline and huge inputs of energy are required to make coal into a synthetic fuel.

He also said replacing just 10 percent of the nation's transportation fuels with liquid coal would require a 40 percent increase in coal mining, which would jeopardize long-term prospects for coal including its use as a major electricity source.

"I believe in building an energy corridor based upon renewable energy companies and manufacturers who will build and produce green jobs such as solar and wind component plants. Blue-collar jobs - to put our people back to work," he said.

Spisak described the New Apollo program (put together by the Apollo Alliance, a group of business, labor, environmental and community groups) which calls for a $500 billion over 10 years with the potential to create more than 5 million green energy jobs.

"It will accelerate the development of the nation's vast clean energy resources and move us toward energy security, climate stability and economic prosperity," Spisak said. "And it will transform America into the global leader of the new green economy."

 

Elect Dennis Spisak to Congress on November 4th!

 

ELECT!!!!
DENNIS SPISAK FOR CONGRESS

Green Party Candidate for Ohio’s 6th District

The ONLY PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE

Running against a Conservative Democrat and Republican!

 

Renewable Energy Green/Blue Collars Jobs

Single-Payer Affordable Healthcare

Solar Power/Wind Power/Geothermal Energy

 

Green Party Wisdom
 
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Upset the Setup!

 

The Democrats and Republicans just handed Wall Street a $700,000 Billion Bail OUT but they want us to believe  that UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE is a bad investment!

 

Dennis Spisak believes that Americans should no longer have to worry about losing coverage if they lose or change their job. Employers should no longer have to worry about the ever-increasing costs of health care.

 

The Democrats and Republicans are willing to SPEND $700,000 Billion to clean up the mess their greedy campaign contributors on Wall Street created but they drag their feet on cleaning up the environment. Both major party presidential candidates support nuclear power and offshore drilling.

 

Dennis Spisak believes that we must depend less on fossil fuels in the future and more on renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and geothermal energy. He supports “Green Economic Efforts” such as the New Apollo Program that is a comprehensive economic investment strategy to build America’s 21st Century clean energy economy.
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Spisak(G) U.S. Congress: “Charlie Wilson Skips Second Debate. Why is Charlie

Afraid to Debate Us?

 

 

October 9,2008

 

The Washington County League of Women Voters today announced that Charlie Wilson would not be attending the candidate’s debate at Marietta College on October 22. Mr. Wilson also refused 5 dates to attend the Athens County League of Women Voters Debates earlier this month. Why is Charlie Wilson afraid to debate? Is it :

 

A. In two years, Charlie has passed only ONE BILL Through Congress:

 

. H.RES.892 : Expressing support for designation of a "National Funeral Director and Mortician Recognition Day".
Sponsor:
Rep Wilson, Charles A. [OH-6] (introduced 12/18/2007)      Cosponsors (74)
Committees: House Oversight and Government Reform
Latest Major Action: 4/29/2008 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: On motion to suspend the rules and agree to the resolution, as amended Agreed to by voice vote.

 

That’s right, Charlie passed a bill to pat himself on the back for being a Funeral Director.

 

Charlie Wilson has taken over $460,000 from lobbyists and corporate PACs last year.

 

Charlie Wilson legislates for corporations; he doesn’t fight for you and me.

 

B. Could it be Charlie Wilson is in the back pockets of Electric Company and Coal Company lobbyists and PACs? The Coal Industry has given Charlie over $18,000 since he got to Washington in 2007.

 

Charlie Wilson is a member of the Science and Technology Committee and there serves on the Subcommittee on Technology and Innovation.
 
As a member of the Blue Dog Coalition, Congressman Wilson has been tapped to be a part of the Blue Dog Innovation, Capital Markets, and Financial Services Task Force. The task force will focus on developing policies that encourage capital formation and investment in America's next generation technologies and the industries.

 

Then why does Charlie Wilson fail to mention any renewable energy technologies for the future of America except for turning Coal into Liquid Fuel?

 

Why is Charlie Wilson not on the forefront of solar power, wind turbines, and geothermal renewable energy if he sits on two Technology and Innovation Committees?

 

Could it be Charlie Wilson is in the back pockets of Electric Company and Coal Company lobbyists and PACs? The Coal Industry has given Charlie over $18,000 since he got to Washington in 2007.

 

C. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

If Charlie Wilson is afraid to debate his 2 opponents, can we really then expect him to debate anybody on the floor of Congress?

 

 

ELECT!!!!
DENNIS SPISAK FOR CONGRESS

Green Party Candidate for Ohio’s 6th District

The ONLY PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE

Running against a Conservative Democrat and Republican!

 

Renewable Energy Green/Blue Collars Jobs

Single-Payer Affordable Healthcare

Solar Power/Wind Power/Geothermal Energy

 

Send Campaign Contributions to:

 

Spisak for Congress

548 Poland Ave

Struthers, Ohio 44471

 

Campaign donations are not tax-deductible.

 

Campaign site: Http://votespisak.org/electspisak.tripod.com

 

 

 

 

Why Won't Charlie Wilson Debate us?
 
Why won't Charlie Wilson attend any of the dates set aside by the Athens League of Women Voters for a political forum this year? Every date given to Mr. Wilson , he claims to have a fund raising speaking engagement he can not break. For a millionaire candidate who already has over $600,000 raised for this campaign I would think Mr. Wilson could spend one night debating the issues with his two opponents and letting the public know where he stands on the issues.
 
On the other hand, this is just another example of Mr. Wilson legislating for lobbyists, corporate PACs, and donors and not caring about the poor, working, and middle class people of the 6th district.
 
Sincerely,
 
Dennis Spisak
Green Party Candidate-U.S.Congress-6th District
Struthers, Ohio

Spisak officially on Nov. ticket
By DAVID M. GRIMES (dgrimes@reviewonline.com) POSTED: September 17, 2008

LISBON - It's official. There will be three candidates on the Sixth District congressional seat ballot as Dennis Spisak, of the Green Party, officially joined Democrat incumbent Charles Wilson and Republican Richard Stobbs on the November ticket.

Spisak provided proof of his selection by the Green Party and instead of being a write-in candidate, his name will officially appear on the ballot.

With write-in candidates, their names do not appear on the ballot as voters have to literally write in a name on the space provided.

Columbiana County Board of Elections Director Kim Meek said she was contacted last week about the Secretary of State's decision to let Spisak on the ballot, if he provided proof of his nomination.

Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner ordered the placement of the Green Party presidential ticket on the ballot in light of recent court decisions which allowed Libertarian candidates to be put on the ballots. This decision came the first week of September.

Spisak claimed his name should go on the ballot, since he's a Green Party candidate who has served the party since late 2003. He also stated he was chosen by the Ohio Green Party's State Coordinating Committee to run for the Sixth District congressional seat.

Also at the Columbiana Columbiana County Board of Elections office, the members passed several directives to ensure safety and risk of the Board. The list of guidelines ensures best practices through the entire voting experience in November.

Guidelines like securing the Board of Elections office, inventory control for ballots and securing the server for the voting tabulation machines were discussed and adopted.

The major, debatable topic, according to the director, was the new method of delivering the M100 machines as the preceding judges will not have to take them home. The machines will not be delivered from the election offices itself.


ELECT!!!!
DENNIS SPISAK FOR CONGRESS
Green Party Candidate for Ohio’s 6th District
The ONLY PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE
Running against a Conservative Democrat and Republican!

Renewable Energy Green/Blue Collars Jobs
Single-Payer Affordable Healthcare
Solar Power/Wind Power/Geothermal Energy

Send Campaign Contributions to:

Spisak for Congress
548 Poland Ave
Struthers, Ohio 44471

Campaign donations are not tax-deductible.

Campaign site: [votespisak.org]

Campaign Signs are in!
 
To receive yours, go to the Contact links and e-mail us or call us at (330) 755-0729 and we will get them out to you ASAP!

Athens Messenger Article on Spisak Campaign!
 

Write-in candidate
joins 6th District race

By CASEY S. ELLIOTT
Messenger staff writer
Published: Friday, August 29, 2008 9:26 AM EDT
The contest for Ohio’s 6th District congressional seat will feature a Green Party write-in candidate.

Struthers resident Dennis Spisak, 49, has filed to be a write-in candidate. He will face off against incumbent Democrat Charlie Wilson of Bridgeport and Republican challenger Richard Stobbs of Dillonvale. The 6th District includes Athens and the eastern half of Athens County.

“The reason I’m running is because I felt that there wasn’t a progressive candidate in the race,” Spisak said.
Spisak asserted that Wilson “is being paid off by the lobbyists for coal and electricity,” which Spisak claims causes Wilson to favor use of fossil fuels until the country runs out of them. Spisak, instead, would focus more on a renewable energy platform, he said.

Spisak is a Struthers City School Board member who was recently laid off as a principal at Brookfield Local Schools in Trumbull County.

He received a bachelor’s degree from Ohio University and a master’s degree from Ohio State University. He has been in education for 23 years, with positions ranging from teacher to principal.


Spisak said his goals, if elected, focus on affordable health care, economic fairness, quality public education and bringing renewable energy manufacturing jobs to the Ohio River Valley. For example, Spisak said, there are a number of old steel factories sitting empty along the Ohio River, and he could see those being used instead to bolster renewable energy business.

“I don’t understand why we have all these abandoned steel factories and manufacturing companies along the Ohio River, and they are not being used to house, build and manufacture renewable energy parts,” he said. “I’d like to see us having more progressive renewable energy factories in the 6th District, as compared to going back and reusing fossil fuels.”

Spisak added he feels he has a good chance of winning the congressional seat, in light of Wilson winning as a write-in candidate previously. “I figured if Charlie could run as a write-in candidate, then I have a chance,” he said.
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Welcome to the Spisak for Congress Web Pages!

Dennis Spisak is the Ohio Green Party's Write-In Candidate for Congress to Ohio's 6th District! It's time we send a Progressive Liberal to Congress to bring back Renewable Energy Jobs, Single-Payer Health Care for All, and 
Clean  Fair Elections back to Ohio!
 
I am running for Congress because I believe we must send a representative to Washington who will address the issues facing regular citizens, not Lobbyists or Corporation PACs.
 
My campaign will focus on the issues that Ohioans care about: affordable health care, economic fairness, quality public education, and bringing renewable energy manufacturing jobs to the valley. I am not afraid to call for Health Care for All Ohioans, economic justice, and nothing less than a renewal of America's sense of community and promise of equal opportunity for all citizens.
 
We want to know what you think about our web site and what we are trying to accomplish. Please let us know if you have any questions,  comments, or would like to get involved. Just click on the e-mail link below.
 
 
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Struthers, Ohio 44471
 
phone (330) 755-0729


Campaign Donations
 

A key component of my strategy to win is grassroots funding. I am asking for contributions of $5 up to $50 per individual or $100 for couples filing jointly. This is a great way to promote the new priorities that need to be enacted if we are to move beyond the failed policies of our present corporate funded leadership now dominated by PACs and lobbyists. By donating now, you will help me raise the funds to run a winning campaign and direct our government to spend your tax dollars in support of the issues that are important to you and your family.

Please make your check payable to:       Spisak for Congress

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Struthers, Ohio 44471

Contributions or gifts to Spisak for Congress are not tax deductible. Ohio law mandates that your check must have your full name and address on it - PO boxes are not allowed. Contributions over $100 must include your employer’s name. Federal law prohibits contributions to the campaign from corporations, labor organizations and national banks; from any person contributing another person’s funds; from foreign nationals who lack permanent resident status; from federal government contractors.

Our Candidate-Dennis Spisak
 
Dennis was one of the first Green Party Candidates to be elected in Ohio back in 2005 when he was elected to the Board of Education for the Struthers City School System.

As a Board of Education member, he was able to help take the district out of state fiscal control and debt and return the system to financial health in 2 years with the help of his fellow board members.
 
Also as a Struthers Board of Education member, he worked with the Save our Stadium Committee and the Board of Education to tear down and rebuild the football stadium without using additional taxpayer money.
 
As principal of Southern Local High School in Coulmbiana County, his school was named a “School of Promise” by the Ohio Department of Education for 2003/2004 school year. He also received a State Improvement Incentive Award for $50,000 for an 83% improvement on state proficiency tests.

Dennis is married to his wife Molly, who teaches children with disabilities for the Mahoning County Educational Service Center.Their oldest child is a 2007 graduate of Struthers High School who now attends Youngstown State University. They have two children with autism in the Struthers City Schools.
 
Dennis is a 1977 graduate of Struthers High School. He received his Bachelor's Degree from Ohio University and his Masters Degree from The Ohio State University. He received his principal certification from the University of Dayton and his superintendent certification from Ashland University.
 
Dennis Spisak has 23 years of experience in the field of education. He was a
classroom teacher at Centerville High School and served as an Assistant Principal for a combined 7 years at Genoa High School, Fairless High School, and Struthers High School. While at Genoa High School he also served as the District's Athletic Director. Dennis was head principal at Southern Local High School in Coulmbiana County for 7 years and also served as assistant principal at Indian River High School, a Department of Youth Services for the state of Ohio that housed 350 youth prisioners.
 
Dennis is currently serving as a school board member for the Struthers City Schools.
 
My Progessive Core Values- Family Values I Believe Help Raise a Responsible, Caring Family.
 
Caring and responsibility , carried with our strength.
 
Protection, fulfillment in life, fairness.
 
Freedom, opportunity, prosperity.
 
Community service, cooperation.
 
Trust, honesty, open communication.

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