Thanksgiving is a time to be with family, friends, and loved ones.  In today’s society, it has become easy to stay in touch with everyone via email, instant video chats, and social media.  However, despite all our technological advances, I find it is even more important to spend time together in person, talk, and share a meal.


This is one of the things that make Thanksgiving so great.  I am very thankful for my family and friends with whom I am able to share a Thanksgiving feast.  They have supported all my endeavors, both public and private—especially my efforts to serve as your state representative. 


The phone calls and emails we receive from you voicing your concerns about various issues have also been very beneficial to me as I work to serve you.  I encourage you to continue contacting me, so that I can better serve you and help you and all Ohioans have an improved quality of life.


I would like to wish all my family, friends, and constituents a very Happy Thanksgiving filled with great food and good fellowship.  Take some time to reflect on what Thanksgiving means to you.  Be grateful for what you have this year.  And thank you for returning me to Columbus for a third term and allowing me to serve as your state representative.

 
 
 
  
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