PRESS RELEASE from Romney for President


CONTACT: Romney Press Office

March 1, 2012

Boston, MA – Mitt Romney today announced his Ohio County Co-Chairs. Romney for President has Co-Chairs in all 88 counties.
“My increasing support in Ohio is a sign that voters are looking for a Washington outsider with a bold vision for our economy,” said Mitt Romney. “In order to defeat President Obama in November, I will need the hard work of my county co-chairs. Ohio can’t afford four more years of President Obama’s failed policies.”
“Ohioans are looking for a Washington outsider to lead our country, not a Washington insider who has been part of the problem,” said former Columbus Mayor Greg Lashutka. “Mitt Romney’s bold plan to turn around our economy and bring relief to the middle class is further proof that his team is the American people. With Mitt Romney as president, Ohioans can be confident that there will be more jobs, less debt and smaller government.”
Mitt Romney’s Ohio County Co-Chairs:

Adams – Earl Gill

Allen – Reverand Jerry and Anita VanTilburg

Ashland – Bonnie Manors

Ashtabula – Myra Brown

Athens – Anne Carto

Auglaize – Wanda Kogge

Auglaize – Wes Farno

Belmont – Chris Walisiak

Brown – Dorothy Walls

Butler – Terri Studer

Carroll – David Jones

Champaign – Tanner Lawrence

Clark – GOP County Chair Lynda Smith

Clermont – Clifford Allen Still

Clinton – Mayor Randy Riley

Columbiana – David Johnson

Columbiana – Gary Whitla

Coshocton – Cathy Burns

Crawford – Carol Campbell

Cuyahoga – Gregory DeSena

Cuyahoga – Jeffrey Dean

Cuyahoga – Lucy Stickan

Cuyahoga – Young Republicans National Chairwoman Lisa Stickan

Darke – John K. Keller

Defiance – Jean Ziegler

Delaware – Gina Williams

Erie – Ryan Harris

Fairfield – Wade Hansen

Fayette – Anthony Amole

Franklin – Brad Kastan

Franklin – Former Mayor Greg Lashutka

Franklin – County Auditor Clarence Mingo

Franklin – Rep. Cheryl Grossman

Fulton – Sarah Nafziger

Gallia – Al Sines

Geauga – David Rust

Greene – Taelor Aebi

Greene – Zach Upton

Guernsey – Gerald OConnor

Hamilton – Eileen Simon

Hancock – Judy O'Brien

Hardin – Anne Boston

Harrison – Rich Rensi

Henry – Calvin Smith

Highland – Timothy House

Hocking – Norma Schuman

Holmes – Robin C. Hovis

Huron – Angela Dalton

Jackson – Chairman Jon Hensler

Jefferson – Peter Marx

Knox – Richard Cochran

Lake – Lynn Schembre

Lawrence – Adam Hill

Licking – Les  Davies

Logan – Sharon Hope

Lorain – David Arredondo

Lucas – Jon Stainbrook

Madison – Shirley Rush

Mahoning – Mark Munroe

Marion – John Matthews

Medina – Robin Laubaugh

Meigs – Yvonne Stover

Meigs – Jerry Six

Mercer – Owen Hall

Miami – Kevin McDonald

Monroe – George Green

Monroe – Larry Bettinger

Montgomery – Central Committeeman Pat Flanagan

Morgan – Eugene and Sonya Hryb

Morrow – Tom Whiston

Muskingum – Jay Agin

Noble – Mary-Louise Cox

Ottawa – Debbie Tester

Paulding – Jessica Davis

Perry – John Harman

Pickaway – Sandy Darby

Pike – Frank Perry

Portage – Marilyn Sessions

Preble – Dorothy Fark

Putnam – Marie Heitmeyer

Richland – David Morgenstern

Ross – Patrick Clark

Sandusky – Jean Turner

Scioto – GOP County Chair Kay Reynolds

Scioto – Lynn McFarland

Scioto – Chris Sanford

Seneca – Cody Colebank

Shelby – Robert Luckey

Stark – Curt Braden

Stark – Jane Timken

Summit – Jennifer Jenson

Trumbull – Craig Bonar

Tuscarawas – Kerry Metzger

Union – Robert O'Connors

Van Wert – Martin Burchfield

Vinton – Larry Carver

Vinton – Cecil Reid

Warren – Greg Davis

Washington – Central Committeewoman Marilyn Ashcraft

Wayne – Mary Ann Mortensen

Williams – Ruthann Ewonus

Wood - Rebecca Bhaer

Wyandot – James Guinther