Support Nickie Antonio for Ohio Senate – Fall 2018
NEO Sierra Club is happy to support Nickie Antonio for election to the Ohio Senate as a Democrat in district 23 this fall. She is opposed by Republican Steve A. Flores. The 23rd District includes Lakewood, West Park, Parma, Parma Heights, Brook Park, and Middleburg Heights.
Nickie J. Antonio proudly serves as the State Representative for Ohio House District 13 (Lakewood, Cleveland Wards 17, 16 and most of 15 and Linndale). She was first elected to this office in the November, 2010 Election following 5 years of service as a Lakewood City Council member (at-Large). Now in her 4th term, she leads her caucus in the position of Democratic Whip. She also serves as the highest Ranking Minority Member of the Health Committee, the Joint Medicaid Oversight Committee, the Joint Legislative Ethics Committee and is a member of the House Committee of Finance and Appropriations and Higher Ed subcommittees. She has also served on the 21st Century Manufacturing Task Force and the Legislative Committee on Public Health Futures and Commerce and Labor Committee. Antonio is the past Chair for the Ohio House Democratic Women’s Caucus, and is a past member of the Ohio House Progressive Caucus of Legislators and serves as State Director for Women in Government. Nickie won her race for re-election in 2014 by receiving 73% of the vote.
Nickie is one of our environmental champions in the Ohio House, and we are looking forward to working with her in the Ohio Senate.
For more information about Nickie Antonio and her campaign please visit her web site, www.nickieantonio.com. You will find her issues, events, and links to donate and volunteer.
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