July 20, 2020

Campaign Update 📢

Hello!  I wanted to send a few campaign updates. I’ve been trying to reach out to my rural voters. I know that the rural vote will be the key to a 2020 victory. For example in Ross County in 2018, I was the winner in the city precincts; however, I did not win in one rural precinct (although I was …

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July 5, 2020

Matriots Endorse Workman

By: Beth Workman I’m very proud to say that I have been endorsed by the Matriots. The goal of the Matriots is to have all elected offices in Ohio to be comprised of at least 50% women by the year 2028. I believe that we will then have a kinder, gentler, more efficient, more realistic and representative government. Thank you …

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June 29, 2020

Ohio Federation of Teachers Endorses Workman

By: Beth Workman I’m very proud of this endorsement! It shows my life-long commitment to children and to their chance of living their best possible life. Every child deserves an excellent education, readily available healthcare, and a parent who makes a living wage. “A longtime public school teacher and union member, Beth Workman personally understands the cost of the legislature’s …

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June 19, 2020

OCSEA Endorses Workman

By: Beth Workman Thank you OCSEA! I will be fighting for all Ohio workers and their families. I also will work to make sure that every student in Ohio gets an excellent education, a fair shake in life and is trained for a job that provides a living wage.

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May 1, 2020

Upcoming Fundraiser: Women Lead Brunch

Back to Blue with Beth: Women Lead What: Brunch with Former First Lady Frances Strickland! Where: St. Paul’s Church33 E. Main St. Chillicothe, Ohio When: May 30th / 9:30-11:00 am(Mimosa Bar for Hosts + Friends begins at 9 am) Supporter, Friend and Host tickets also include a special virtual Comedy Hour with local comedian, Lori Graves at 9 pm on May 30th. A …

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February 24, 2020

Chillicothe News Conference on Health Care

By Beth Workman Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper traveled across Ohio hosting news conferences about Trump’s failed promises on health care. I was honored to speak during his stop in Chillicothe. Thank you to the USW for allowing us to use your union hall! My number one issue will be health care. This includes health care for women and …

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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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