January 18, 2020

Working for the Common Good

By Beth Workman I was very happy to sit next to Judge Terri Jamison yesterday at the 3rd Friday Democratic luncheon at the Boathouse. She attended our Ross County Women’s March last January. It was a miserable, cold day and a major snow storm was predicted; but she came anyway. It’s needless to say that she goes out of her …

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January 8, 2020

Thank You and Go Blue!

By Beth Workman “Go Blue” isn’t what we normally say in OSU land. But it was very appropriate last night at “Back to Blue with Beth”. Many thanks to Gov. Strickland for his inspiring words and glowing endorsment. Thanks to Rep. Adam Miller for coming to Chillicothe to show Appalachia folks that Columbus cares about us. And thanks to Aryeh …

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January 7, 2020

Workman Holds Event, Says “I’m Not A Politician….”

By Derek Myers, Editor, Scioto Valley GuardianOriginal article here. Beth Workman, a candidate for Ohio House of Representatives officially kicked off her campaign Tuesday night at a standing-room-only launch party in Chillicothe.  Held at the historic Atwood House on Paint Street, Workman was surrounded by 100 enthusiastic supporters, including Chillicothe Mayor Luke Feeney, former Governor Ted Strickland, and Ross County …

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January 3, 2020

Back to Blue with Beth – Campaign Kickoff

Join us for a campaign kickoff fundraiser featuring keynote speaker Former Governor Ted Strickland, plus many more speakers! Help District 92 get back to blue with Beth! When: Tuesday, January 7 | 6 PM-7:30 PM (Cocktail hour for Host + Friends begins at 5:30 PM) Where: The Atwood House, 68 S Paint St, Chillicothe, OH Purchase tickets here. RSVP on …

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January 2, 2020

Workman Announces Candidacy

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio – Beth Workman is excited to announce her candidacy for Ohio’s 92nd House of Representatives seat. She will be campaigning against the winner of the Republican primary due to Rep. Gary Scherer being term limited. The 92nd District was once a Democratic stronghold—and when it was—it prospered. Under the leadership of Mike Shoemaker, Joe Sulzer, and Ray Pryor, …

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December 18, 2019

It’s Official!

It’s official! I have submitted my petitions to run for the Ohio House of Representatives in District 92!  I am so excited for the opportunity to bring real representation back to our district. I am a former educator, mother and grandmother that simply wants to help improve the lives of everyone in my district. We deserve better! Be sure to …

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December 17, 2019

Join us for a Better Angels Red/Blue Workshop

Can “We the People” Talk With Each Other? What: Workshop bringing together 7 conservative-leaning (Red) citizens and 7 liberal-leaning (Blue) citizens for a 3-hr structured conversation. Make your voice heard and listen to others — all in a respectful environment. When: Saturday, January 25, 2020 from 12 – 3 p.m. Workshop starts promptly at noon. Where: Chillicothe & Ross County Public Library, Main Library Annex Room B-1, …

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November 6, 2019

The Parks Levy Passes!

I was very happy to work with the Ross County Parks levy committee on our successful levy campaign. It got me back into the classroom teaching an art/environmental lesson about the life cycle of monarch butterflies. And with the passage of the levy, I will be helping the Ross County Parks to develop more educational programming for our local schools. …

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June 3, 2019

Ross County Better Angels to Help Combat Political Polarization

WKKJ Listen to “Beth Workman & David Lapp promote "Better Angels" approach to political civility” on Spreaker. If you’re tired of the seemingly constant and unproductive back and forth bickering involved in political partisanship, there’s now a chapter of a group set up in Ross County meant to bring members of opposing parties together to find common ground. That group …

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June 2, 2019

Bringing Together Both Sides of the Political Spectrum

Beth Workman, Chillicothe Gazette Have you found yourself feeling out of sorts since the 2016 election? I spent a year trying to find an outlet for my discontent. With no solution in sight, I jumped with both feet into the political arena. Although this kept me busy for almost 9 months, the feelings of discontent did not disappear after the election. My husband asks …

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