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OLMAN RECEIVES KEY ENDORSEMENTS EARLY ON

Maumee--State Representative Lynn Olman (R-Maumee) is off to a good start this campaign season. He has already received four key endorsements for his re-election this November to the Ohio House. These endorsements are important to his success and illustrate the commitment he has towards protecting Ohio’s jobs and furthering children’s education.

The International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 18, with a membership of 15,000, is proud of the work Representative Olman has done on behalf of their members. The IUOE has endorsed him in the past.

Another important endorsement comes form the Ohio Nurses Association who has continued to support Olman because of his long history in the legislator protecting and promoting issues important to nurses and safe, quality patient care.

The Ohio Education Association is continuing to endorse representative Olman and would like to see him continue the work he has begun on behalf of Ohio’s schools and our children. Olman has received the OEA endorsement for the past four terms.

The Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants once again throws its support and endorsement behind Representative Olman for the positive influence he has continued to be in the Ohio General Assembly.

Representative Olman is seeking re-election in his fourth term representing the 51st House District, newly redrawn as the 46th House District. He has served the Lucas County area for eight years as Representative, this will be his final run for re-election due to term limits.


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