State Representative Kent Smith Unveils a Survey

Happy November, Euclid Observer readers.  I hope some of you were able to join me at one of my mid-October town hall meetings that I held across the 8th House District.  Between October 12th and October 18th, I hosted five town hall meetings including one in Euclid on Monday, October 14th.

At these town hall meetings we reviewed the state budget; bipartisan priority legislation; the FirstEnergy bailout legislation; gun safety proposals; state-takeovers of public school districts and the Ohio Promise legislative framework.  That framework includes the statement, “We Work For You.”   To that end, one of the things that I unveiled at the town hall meetings was the 8th House District Legislative Survey.

The Legislative Survey provides the opportunity for you to share your opinions and concerns as we head into the final 14 months of the 133rd General Assembly.  The survey is a ten questions and should only take a few minutes to complete. If you would like to give us your opinion, please do so. The survey can be found here: []. If for some reason this link gets removed or expires, please contact my Columbus office at 614-466-5441 and we will direct you to the most current online survey link.

Feel free and share the survey with your friends and family.  The more responses the better.  So grab a computer, get online and tell me what you are interested in.  After all – I work for you.

Another way to stay updated on my work at the Statehouse is to sign up for my monthly newsletter. Follow this link [] and submit your name and email.

Kent Smith represents Ohio’s 8th House District which includes Euclid, Beachwood, South Euclid, Richmond Heights, East Cleveland, Woodmere Village and a little bit of the City of Cleveland.


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Volume 10, Issue 11, Posted 4:14 PM, 11.11.2019