TIFFIN — Businesswoman and conservative activist Melissa Ackison (R-Marysville) brought her campaign to Tiffin on Sunday.
First, Ackison participated in the Tiffin Ecumenical March for Life, organized by Tiffin Right to Life. The march started at St. Joseph Catholic Church, proceeded to Courthouse Square for a brief update, and concluded at St. Mary Catholic Church.
Then, Ackison, who is running for the 26th district Ohio Senate seat in a heated Republican primary against State Rep. Bill Reineke (R-Tiffin), shared her vision with voters during a meet & greet event held at Tiffin AMVETS Post 48.
Ackison spoke about a variety of topics during the event, including Second Amendment rights, abortion, the economy, and education. Ackison also addressed issues specific to Seneca County, including the Sunny Farms Landfill and the development of wind turbine farms.
“Thank you Tiffin Right to Life, members from the Seneca Anti-Wind Union and members against the landfill for all of your support,” Ackison said in a Facebook post after the events."
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