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Monday, October 24, 2011

Candidates announce these endorsements

Euclid Mayor Bill Cervnik announced endorsements from U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge, state Sen. Nina Turner, state Rep. Kenny Yuko, County Council President C. Ellen Connally, County Councilwoman Sunny Simon, Euclid Council President Kirsten Holzheimer-Gail, Euclid Councilmen Michael O’Neill and Greg Van Ho and Euclid School Board Member Kent Smith, Cleveland Construction and Building Trades, and North Shore AFL-CIO Federation of Labor.

Cindy Quinn-Hopkins, council candidate for Eastlake Ward 3, announced endorsements from U.S. Rep. Steven C. LaTourette, Lake County Commissioner Raymond E. Sines, Lake County Prosecutor Charles E. Coulson, Lake County Engineer James R. Gills, state Rep. Ron Young, Willoughby Mayor David Anderson, Kirtland Mayor Mark Tyler, Willoughby Hills Councilman at Large David M. Fiebig, Willowick Mayor Rich Bonde, former state Rep. Jamie Callender, Eastlake Board of Architectural Review Member Anthony Linc, and Eastlake Board of Zoning Appeals John LeRoy.

Kirtland Mayor Mark Tyler announced endorsements from Gills, Coulson, Anderson, Waite Hill Mayor Art Baldwin and  Highland Heights Mayor Scott Coleman.

Mike DeLeone, Ward 3 Painesville City Council candidate, announced endorsements from Coulson, Lake County Clerk of Courts Maureen Kelly, Painesville Council President Joe Hada, Jr., and Ward 3 Painesville City Councilman Robert H. Fountain.

* Please note, these listings are not endorsements by The News-Herald.

-- John Arthur Hutchison
JHutchison@News-Herald.com
Twitter: newsheraldjah

1 Comments:

Blogger Starsifter said...

Follow the candidates on this map: http://chadely.com/2012/ohio/congress/ohio-districts-2012.html

December 28, 2011 at 9:29 PM 

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