January 25, 2019

Women’s Wave Rolled Through Chillicothe

Thanks to all of the wonderful women (and men) who turned out for the Ross County Women’s March. Thanks also to all of the women who helped to plan this event. And thanks to all of the speakers who opened up and shared their experiences, thoughts, hopes and fears with all of us. It’s never easy to speak in front …

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January 4, 2019

Workman to Co-Host 3rd Annual Women’s March in Ross County

The Highland County Press In the wake of the 2018 midterms that propelled an unprecedented wave of women to Congress, Chillicothe Sister March announces a Women’s March in Chillicothe in coordination with sister marches in cities and communities across the globe.  The march in Chillicothe is one of hundreds happening nationwide on Jan. 19, 2019, commemorating the 2017 Women’s March …

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November 5, 2018

Final Campaign Update

Tomorrow is the big day! And I wanted to take a moment to give you all a final update on the campaign. I have spent the entire summer and fall meeting my voters at their doors, listening to their ideas and concerns and I am proud to announce that I have personally knocked on 7,565 doors and my team has knocked …

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November 3, 2018

Virginia Super PAC Attacks Ohio House Election

Letter to the Editor, Circleville Herald  A dark money Super PAC out of Virginia, “American Jobs and Growth PAC”, has been spending thousands of dollars in support of the current incumbent, by mailing absurd lies and misleading attack ads against Beth Workman, candidate for Ohio House District 92. These ads use disgraceful fearmongering to outrageously declare Workman to be the …

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October 30, 2018

Don’t let a Virginian Super PAC buy YOUR election

By Dylan Page – Guest Columnist, Record Herald  A Virginian Super PAC by the name of “American Jobs and Growth PAC” and the Ohio Republican Party have now spent thousands of dollars in campaign smear mailers against Beth Workman. They label her as practically a Cocaine Queen, allowing “kilos of cocaine” to flood into Ohio and an “embarrassment.” First, has …

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October 28, 2018

Letter to the Editor – Workman is the right candidate to support education

Letter to the Editor, Chillicothe Gazette This year, we learned that the failed, corrupt online charter school ECOT (Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow) has taken over $6 million from Ross County school districts. That’s $6 million dollars that could have been spent on hiring quality Ross County teachers, buying up-do-date technology, or supplying fresh textbooks to our students. Instead, vulnerable students …

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October 23, 2018

State House Candidate Beth Workman Responds to Laughable Attack Ads

My opponent is taking money from out-of-state super PACs to spread lies about me that are both outrageous and absurd. I released the following statement below in response to these ads. My grassroots campaign is only trying to represent the honest and hardworking people of Ohio and the constituents from my district. Please help me fight back and donate to …

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October 21, 2018

Letter to the Editor – Workman asks for your vote

Chillicothe Gazette – Letter to the Editor I am Beth Workman and I am running for the Ohio House of Representatives District 92. I want to see all of Fayette, Ross and Pickaway counties better represented at the State House in Columbus. I was a teacher at Paint Valley in Ross County and subbed in Franklin County. I want to …

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October 11, 2018

“Something is happening here…”

The Columbus Dispatch recently published an article titled “An insider’s guide to Ohio’s hottest legislative races” where they quoted multiple sources saying “something is happening here” in response to the 92nd House District race, and we couldn’t agree more! The Workman for Ohio House team has knocked on nearly 9,000 doors so far and we are not stopping there! Please …

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October 3, 2018

Campaign Update – Postcards & Yard Signs

Hello! I wanted to give you all an update on our campaign. We are working very hard at trying to meet our voters at their doors. We are up to almost 9,000 voter contacts! And I personally just passed the 5,500 mark, over halfway to my goal of 10,000. However, we have recently realized that our rural precincts are not …

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