Rep. Sykes Encourages Constituents To Share Thoughts, Concerns In New Online Survey
Online constituent survey available for House District 34
 
 

With the start of the near year, state Rep. Emilia Strong Sykes (D-Akron) today called for constituents and the public to share their concerns, suggestions and other thoughts regarding the direction of the state through a new online survey.


Citizens can access the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HouseDistrict34 


“What we as legislators do at the Statehouse has a direct impact on the people of the thirty-fourth House District, and I want to hear their concerns and ideas on what is important to them,” said Sykes. “I encourage everyone who can to complete the online survey, and together we will fight to pass meaningful legislation that helps protect and grow our families.”


Sykes, who serves as the House Minority Whip, represents Ohio’s 34th House district, which includes Akron and parts of Cuyahoga Falls and Bath Township.

 
 
 
  
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