Seneca County Republican Party
meet the Lt. Gov. on Monday in Tiffin
Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor will be in Tiffin on Monday for a “meet and greet”, and this is your invitation.

The College Republican Club at Heidelberg University will host her visit from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm on March 26 in the University Commons on campus. It is at 93 Greenfield St., at the corner of Rebecca St., in the same building with Talmage Residence Hall. It is building 6 on this campus map. There is limited parking in lot D (accessible from Sarah St.), and much more parking in lots F and G, a short walk on Rebecca St.

Mary Taylor is a candidate for Governor in the May 8 primary. She was the first CPA to be elected state auditor. As Lieutenant Governor, she has worked to improve the jobs climate in Ohio and rein in government overreach. Mary will share her conservative vision for Ohio and you'll get to ask her about the issues that matter most to you.

The event is free and open to the public. Local elected officials may attend, and everyone is welcome. No reservations are necessary, but you can register at Eventbrite or like the Facebook event page. Policy positions are on her campaign website.

Thanks to College Republican President Rodney Roggen, club members, and Kevin Watters from the Taylor campaign for all their efforts to set up this event. Please join us to give Mary Taylor a big Seneca County welcome.
sample ballots and absentee application
Sample ballots for the May primary are available now on the Board of Elections website. Enter your name to check your registration, then click on the links on the right to find your precinct's sample ballot, or request an absentee ballot. You can also see sample ballots for the entire county or a specific office.

If you need to update your registration, or register as a new voter, you can now do it online at the Secretary of State's website. The deadline is April 9. Anyone who will be 18 by November 6 can vote for candidates in the primary, even if they are still 17.
Mayor Frank Melick, 1936-2018
Former Tiffin Mayor Frank Melick passed away earlier this month. He is the first mayor I remember, and was a childhood friend of Chairman Jim Roberts. His economic development policies had long term benefits for Tiffin. Frank is profiled in this Advertiser-Tribune article by Jimmy Flint. Please remember Frank in your prayers.

Thanks for everything you do for the Seneca County Republican Party.


David Koehl
Treasurer, Seneca County Republican Party
Member, Seneca County Board of Elections

on behalf of

Jim Roberts
Chairman, Seneca County Republican Party