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Representative Gary Click - District 88

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Gary Click
District 88
"Leaders must first be servants. Without the ability to serve, one forfeits the ability to lead. I wake up every day asking God for the grace and wisdom to effectively serve the good folks of Ohio's 88th district."

House District 88

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77 South High Street
Floor 12
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: (614) 466-1374
Fax: (614) 719-6981

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Issue One will not restore the Roe v. Wade decision in Ohio. It goes far beyond that, further than most prochoice advocates are even aware. It is not a middle ground solution. It is not a compromise. It does not protect women’s health.

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Tue, Oct 24, 2023

COLUMBUS – State Representative Gary Click (R-Vickery) recently showed his support for the Jewish people of Israel with a vote in favor of House Bill 292. This legislation condemns the terrorist attacks of Hamas against the State of Israel. 

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Fri, Oct 13, 2023

COLUMBUS – State Representative Gary Click (R-Vickery) announces the official dedication of the newly named Teresa Miller-Martin 9/11 Memorial Highway, a portion of State Route 19 in Sandusky County between Link Road and Interstate 90. Click originally proposed the dedication through HB 393 of the 134th General Assembly, and the measure was ultimately passed as a component of HB 578 in the following months.

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Mon, Sep 11, 2023

Confusion surrounding issue one is not by accident. Opponents understand that confused people won’t vote. They would rather abstain than vote wrong. In fact, one of my colleagues told me of an elderly lady who voted no by mistake and was overwhelmed in tears when she discovered her mistake. That’s why the liberal opposition is lacing their language with conservative soundbites in a red state. A little clarity will help all sides know how to vote according to their own values on this issue that was bipartisan only a few years ago.

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Tue, Aug 1, 2023
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