State Rep. Michael Stinziano has been a champion when it comes to protecting the rights of college students.
That’s why I’m supporting him as he seeks a seat on the Columbus City Council this Nov. 3.
At the Statehouse, Stinziano fought for voting rights for student trustees at public universities, and he’s sponsored legislation that would exempt college textbooks from the state sales tax because he knows how expensive textbooks can be for college courses.
And Stinziano is the past director of the Franklin County Board of Elections, where he ran the highest turnout election in state history — the 2008 presidential election — in Franklin County. Stinziano and his colleagues worked to make sure that every eligible voter could cast their ballot.
Stinziano represents several college campuses in the General Assembly, and he’s very knowledgeable about the issues that impact our college students.
That’s why I hope you’ll join me in voting for Stinziano for the Columbus City Council.
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