COLUMBUS - 

In an effort to obtain feedback from the residents of the 2nd Ohio House District, State Representative Mark Romanchuk (R-Ontario) encourages his constituents to fill out and return his legislative survey, which seeks feedback on issues such as the economy, workforce development and voter ID.


“With the pressing issues facing Ohio, it’s important that I hear back from constituents,” Romanchuk said. “These surveys can give me a better idea of where those in Richland County stand so that I can truly serve as their voice at the Statehouse.”


The legislative survey can be accessed and submitted online at http://tinyurl.com/RomanchukSurvey. Rep. Romanchuk hopes that his constituents will take advantage of the opportunity to make their voices heard and keep him informed about their opinions on state issues.


A hard copy of the survey can be obtained by contacting Rep. Romanchuk’s office. His office can be reached by calling (614) 466-5802 or emailing Rep02@ohiohouse.gov, or writing to State Representative Romanchuk , 77 S. High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215.

 
 
 
  
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