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Ohio Residents Should Consider Whaley for Governor

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To the Editors:

Of all the candidates running for Ohio Governor, Nan Whaley is my favorite. I see something refreshing — presidential — in her. She brings experience as the Mayor of Dayton, moral clarity, and a spark of youth.

She has a knack for facilitating help that’s both speedy and systemic. She has helped lots of homeless veterans find permanent housing, many kids get better pre-K education, thousands of people get mentors, mentors get training, and lots of new Dayton residents feel welcomed, supported, and encouraged to start businesses.

When Nan Whaley sees a problem, she responds as a governor should.

Nan Whaley will be in Oberlin soon — Nov. 13, the Monday following Oberlin’s local elections. Mark your calendars and hear for yourself. Park in the hospital parking lot, enter the College’s Science Center building, and go to Dye Lecture Hall — the big lecture hall on the first floor off the central atrium — at 7 p.m.!

Aliza Weidenbaum
Oberlin Resident

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