State Rep. Kathleen Clyde announces re-election bid

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State Rep. Kathleen Clyde of Kent announced Monday she is seeking a third term in the Ohio House of Representatives and has declared her candidacy for the 75th Ohio House District in Portage County.

"I am running for state representative so that I can continue the job I started when the people of Portage County elected me to the Statehouse four years ago," Clyde said. "Nothing is more important to me than being a strong voice for Portage County residents and doing everything I can to find the common sense solutions that will help improve our economy, strengthen our schools, and preserve our future."

First elected in 2010, Clyde serves on the Finance & Appropriations Committee, the Policy & Legislative Oversight Committee, and is the Ranking Minority Member of the State & Local Government Committee. She is also a member of the Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission.

Clyde will again be running in the 75th Ohio House District, which includes Streetsboro, Kent, Ravenna and all of southern Portage County.

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  • Well just ask yourself what has Clyde done for me?  All she does is follow everything Obama says. She wants to take our guns. She wants to destroy marriage by supporting the gays. She is a female Obama. Vote for an orange on a tree before you vote for Clyde you will get better representation.

  • Clyde Quote:

    "Nothing is more important to me than being a strong voice for Portage County residents and doing everything I can to find the common sense solutions that will help improve our economy, strengthen our schools, and preserve our future."

    So Kathleen, what are your accomplishments? Is the way school funding works, still UNCONSTITUTIONAL?

    What have you done for the People? Please explain...