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2012 Events Archive

Events related to the 2012 Presidential primaries (Republican) and general election campaign (Romney vs. Obama), Congressional and Ohio races, and state and local issues such as Issue 2 (redistricting reform/gerrymandering prevention) and voter suppression in Ohio.

Help Our Candidates Win in November! Double Your Dollars for Our Local Candidates and County Party -- Only Four More Days!

The stakes are high. And the candidates need our dollars now to win in November. The leadership of UAPA has decided to support three local candidates and the Franklin County Democratic Party (FCDP) with financial donations.  We believe we can make the most impact on a local level. To maximize the outcome, UAPA will double any contribution given (now through August 25) on behalf of those we have chosen to support up to $500.

Maureen Reedy (OH House 24)

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Meet Maureen Reedy - Ohio House District 24 Candidate

Join Maureen Reedy on Friday, May 18th at 6:00 pm for a Meet the Candidate ~ Rock the Statehouse night with Colin & The Lonely Bones FREE Happy Hour show at Woodlands Tavern in Grandview, Great music and fun with friends!  Maureen is running for the Ohio House of Representatives District 24 this November.

Maureen Reedy Campaign (Ohio House - 24th District)

Maureen Reedy photoMaureen Reedy is a 29-year veteran teacher at Wickliffe Progressive Community School in Upper Arlington City Schools and resides in Upper Arlington with her husband Tom, a teacher in Bexley City Schools. She has two children, Jackie and Dan, both of whom are students at the Ohio State University.

2012 Election

Thank you for visiting UAPA's 2012 Election Headquarters.  This portion of the site is UAPA's effort to stay connected with the campaigns not only in Upper Arlington, but also around Columbus, the state of Ohio, and the campaign to reelect our President Barack Obama.

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