Seneca County Republican Party
luncheon with Justice Sharon Kennedy
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Sharon Kennedy will be in Tiffin on Wednesday, October 9 for three events. She will be speaking to the monthly Seneca County Republican luncheon at noon at Fort Ball Pizza, 91 N. Washington St., Tiffin. It is open to the public, no reservations are needed, and everyone is welcome to attend. You can come and go as your schedule permits from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. It is $5.99 plus beverage, tax and tip for all you can eat pizza, pasta, and salad bar.

Earlier in the day, she will speak to students at Seneca East High School and Tiffin University. These educational non-partisan events were set up by students Eli Heal and Bryan LaVearn. If you are looking for these two fine young men, you will always find them on the Honor Roll and the Dean's List.

Justice Kennedy was elected to the court in 2012, and previously served at the Butler County Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations Division beginning in 1999. She began her career in the justice system as a police officer at the Hamilton Police Department. Here is her official biography. Please join us if you can to welcome her back to Tiffin.
Caroline Bick from Rep. Jim Jordan's office will also be joining us for the luncheon. Immediately afterwards, she will be holding open office hours. She will be available to meet with constituents fro m 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Tiffin-Seneca Library, 77 Jefferson St., Tiffin.
Congratulations to our two new Tiffin City Council members, who were sworn in this evening. Bridget Boyle will serve in the First Ward, and Daniel Perry will serve in the Fourth Ward. They were selected by the Tiffin members of the Central Committee last week.
Early voting starts Tuesday morning at the Board of Elections office, 71 S. Washington St., Tiffin. If you have already requested an absentee ballot, you should receive it later this week. If not, you can see your sample ballot and absentee request form. For most Seneca County voters, this will be the first opportunity to see what a million dollars of new election equipment looks like.

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


David W. Koehl
Chairman, Seneca County Republican Party
Member, Seneca County Board of Elections
Ohio Registered Election Official