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Teamsters Joint Council 41- News Release Ohio D.R.I.V.E. Endorsements Cuyahoga County) November, 2012 Election
Updated On: Oct 03, 2012

TEAMSTERS OHIO D.R.I.V.E. ENDORSEMENTS

                              November, 2012 Election    CUYAHOGA COUNTY

                           THIS TIME VOTE "YES" ON ISSUE 2

U.S. President/Vice President

Barack Obama/Joe Biden

U.S. SENATE

Sherrod Brown (D)

U.S. Representatives to Congress

Marcy Kaptur (D) - 9th District

Marcia Fudge (D) - 11th District

Betty Sutton (D) - 16th District

Ohio Supreme Court

Mike Skindell (D)

William O’Neill (D)

Yvette McGee Brown (D)

State Senate - 24th District

Thomas Patton (R)

State Representatives

Anthony Fossaceca (D) - 6th District

Matt Patten (D) - 7th District

Armond Budish (D) - 8th District

Barbara Boyd (D) - 9th District

Bill Patmon (D) - 10th District

Sandra Williams (D) - 11th District

John Barnes, Jr. (D) - 12th District

Nickie Antonio (D) - 13th District

Mike Foley (D) - 14th District

Nicholas Celebrezze (D)- 15th District

Andrew Meyer (D) - 16th District

Cuyahoga County Prosecutor

Timothy McGinty (D)

Cuyahoga County Council

Dale Miller (D) - County Council District 2

Chuck Germana (D) - County Council District 4

Pernel Jones, Jr. (D) - County Council District 8

Julian Rogers (D) - County Council District 10

Ohio Court of Appeals

Frank Celebrezze, Jr. (D) - 8th Appellate District

Tim McCormack (D) - 8th Appellate District

Eileen Gallagher (D) - 8th Appellate District

Mary Boyle (D) - 8th Appellate District

CUYAHOGA COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEASE (GENERAL DIVISION)

Janet Burnside - (D)

Carolyn Friedland - (D)

Stuart Friedman - (D)

Steve Gall - (D)

Daniel Gaul - (D)

Michael Jackson - (D)

Timothy McCormick - (D)

John O’Donnell - (D)

Colleen Reali - (D)

Joseph Russo - (D)

Shirley Strickland Saffold - (D)

John Sutula - (D)

Joan Synenberg - (R)

Dean Van Dress - (D)

Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas -(JUVENILE DIVISION)

Frankie Goldberg - (D)

Alison Floyd - (D)

Thomas O’Malley - (D)

Michael Ryan - (D)

State Board of Education

Rich Javorek - 5th District

Mary Rose Oakar - 11th District

City of Brook Park Charter Review Commission

Raymond Barr, III

Kari Basiewicz

Timothy Chornak

Anthony D’Amico

Terry Gardner

Dennis Patten

Richard Scott

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