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State Representative Mike Duffey (R-Worthington) has again set up an online survey for constituents of the 21st Ohio House District. The link is tinyurl.com/RepDuffeySurvey2013.


“Today, constituents are more likely to provide survey feedback via their mobile phone browser than via U.S. postal mail,” said State Rep. Mike Duffey. “With just five yes/no/undecided checkbox questions, we are encouraging as many people as possible to click this link and participate.”


Questions for the Summer 2013 survey include whether Ohio’s economy is headed in the right direction, if Ohio should increase vocational education, if Ohio should reduce state income taxes, if photo identification should be required for voting and whether the state should expand Medicaid.


Additionally, residents of the 21st District are welcome to contact Rep. Duffey’s office at (614) 644-6030 or Rep21@ohiohouse.gov if they want to start a discussion about another topic or need help with a particular problem they are facing right now.


The 21st District includes portions of Franklin County including Dublin, Worthington, Washington Township, Sharon Township, Perry Township, Riverlea and part of Columbus.

 
 
 
  
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