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Jane Timken Continues To Support Like-Minded School Board Candidates with GOTV Robocalls and Texts

November 2, 2021

Part of $50,000 Investment to ‘Take Back Ohio’s Classrooms’


 CANTON, OH – Jane Timken, candidate for U.S. Senate, announced today 25 GOTV robocalls and texts in support of 40+ School Board candidates across Ohio. These robocalls and texts, part of a $50,000 investment by Timken to ‘Take Back Ohio’s Classrooms,’ build upon Timken’s donations last week to like-minded School Board candidates that oppose Critical Race Theory and want to give parents a voice in their children’s education. Timken has made education issues a priority of her U.S. Senate race. 

The script of the calls read: 

“I’m Jane Timken and I’m running to be your next United States Senator. Please join me in supporting [Candidate] for [School District] school board. 

    Taking back our country starts with taking back our classrooms! 

    We must elect strong conservative school board members that believe parents have a voice in their child’s education!

    As a mom, I trust [Candidate] to combat Critical Race Theory, fight against unnecessary mandates, and stop the leftist indoctrination that is harming our children.”

In addition to these donations, robocalls and texts, Timken has partnered with school board candidates in the field, lending a hand with our unparalleled ground game. Timken also held a strategy call last week with school board candidates offering advice and suggestions on final GOTV efforts to cross the finish line on Tuesday. 

Pickerington

Parma

Upper Arlington

Hilliard


The robocalls and texts, which ran last night and this morning, targeted Republican voters in support of the below candidates: 

  • Casey Ault, Bay Village
  • Richard Saphore, Beaver Local School Dist.
  • Allison Lindsay, Beavercreek
  • Steve Dockman, Berea
  • Anthony Buchmann, Boardman
  • Lysa Kosin, Centerville
  • Heather Schultz, Centerville
  • Dawn McGuire, Centerville
  • Janine Baker, Delaware City
  • Diana Rigby, Dublin
  • Angela Sullivan, Gahanna
  • Tony Sullivan, Gahanna
  • Lisa Chaffee, Hilliard
  • Zach Vorst, Hilliard
  • Beth Murdoch, Hilliard
  • Mark Justice, Hudson
  • John Adams, Huron
  • Ryan Hathaway, Huron
  • Elizabeth Laffay, Huron
  • Jeff Thompson, Madison
  • Annie Payne, Mentor
  • Diane Popelas, Mentor Ex. Village School
  • John McClelland, New Albany
  • Debbie Kalinosky, New Albany
  • Mike Busch, New Albany
  • Jeremiah Sawyer, North Royalton
  • Lisa Shuck, North Royalton
  • Felicia Kastle, Olentangy 
  • Michael Johns, Parma
  • Mark Ruda, Parma
  • Horatiu Lungu, Parma
  • Vanessa Niekamp, Pickerington
  • Clay Lopez, Pickerington
  • JD Postage, Pickerington
  • Beverly Schilero, Riverside Local School Dist.
  • Chuck Bartsche, Rocky River
  • Peter Corrigan, Rocky River
  • Laurie Rauser, Rocky River
  • Liz Easton, Upper Arlington
  • Lou Sauter, Upper Arlington
  • Christina Sherwood, West Geauga
  • Stacy Menser, Willoughby Hills 

Recently, Timken launched an ad focusing on parents’ rights in schools when it comes to mask and vaccine mandates. In May, Timken launched a listening tour across Ohio on combating the Left’s woke education agenda, speaking to many concerned parents and encouraging them to get involved. Several of the School Board candidates Jane is supporting are moms and dads Jane met during this tour. 

As Ohio Party Chairman, Timken also supported school board candidates as part of her overall grassroots approach to electing conservatives up and down the ballot. 

Learn more about Jane Timken and her campaign for U.S. Senate HERE.


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