Belmont County Commissioner Ginny Favede announced recently that she has been endorsed by the Ohio Education Association.
“As a product of public education I know first hand the value and importance of our public schools. I am honored to have the endorsement and support of the Ohio Education Association. As Ohio’s next State Representative for the 95th District I will work to ensure Ohio’s children have access to quality, affordable education from preschool through their higher education years. I will work to ensure a better future for Ohio’s children,” said Ginny Favede, Belmont County Commissioner and Candidate for State Representative 95th District.
The Ohio House of Representatives’ 95th District, includes Belmont, Carroll, Harrison, Noble and Washington counties. Ginny is in her second term as county commissioner, and serves as President of the Board. She was twice elected as a councilwoman for the City of St. Clairsville before joining the county commission.
“Ginny has earned the endorsement of the Ohio Education Association because we believe that she will be a true advocate for public education. When elected, we know she will fight to make sure that all of our students have a great public school education, no matter where they may come from. Ginny is committed to funding public schools to help our students succeed. I am proud to support her,” said Mike Dossie, chairperson of the OAE-FCPE Screening Committee.
Additionally, Favede was named to a national leadership position when she was appointed as the Vice Chair of the Community, Economic and Workforce Development Committee of the National Association of Counties (NACo). She is also Chairwoman of the Belmont County Land Reutilization Corporation, the newly-formed land bank she helped establish to reduce blight and increase property values.
Election day is fast approaching; for more facts on Ginny visit her website at ginnyfavedeforohio.com.
OEA represents more than 121,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio’s schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio’s children.