Sen. Gayle Manning News

State Senator spends summer break visiting constituents

Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

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Editor’s Note: This is the second in a two-part series profiling State Senator Gayle Manning. Manning’s 13th Ohio Senate District encompases both Lorain and Huron counties. Last week, we talked with the senator, who grew up and attended school in Sheffield Village and raised her family her, including Ohio State Rep. Nathan Manning in North Ridgeville. This week, we hit the road with the …Read More

State Sen. Gayle Manning stepped from classroom to legislative leadership post

Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

Republican State Sen. Gayle Manning studies a piece of legislation. Manning was named Majority Whip this session.

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Lorain County

Editor’s note: This is the first in a two-part series profiling State Sen. Gayle Manning. Manning’s 13th Senate District encompasses both Lorain and Huron Counties. This week we introduce – or, re-introduce – the senator, who grew up and attended school in Sheffield …Read More

Have a “Grand Old Party” and take good care of our Cleveland

Wednesday, July 6th, 2016

Did you know the gestation period for an Asian elephant is 18–22 months and an African bush elephant is 22 months? It’s taken about that long for the Republican National Committee (RNC) and the City of Cleveland to plan for the GOP’s national convention. Now it is less than two weeks away and the excitement – and anxiety- over this event can’t get much higher.

State …Read More

City gets $1 million from state to help fight against flooding

Friday, April 22nd, 2016

North Ridgeville

By Michael Fitzpatrick

Slowly but surely, the city of North Ridgeville continues to take steps to make it a more flood-proof community.

The city has received $1 million in state funding, which will go toward stormwater mitigation. The money comes from the state’s Capital Budget, according to Goran Babic, spokesman for state Sen. Gayle Manning, who announced the awarding of the funds. The official name of …Read More

Fastest fix for school funding inequities: You

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Ohio governor and presidential candidate John Kasich carefully clutched a 4-month-old baby to his chest as he stepped onto the stage last week to deliver his annual state of the state address. His message, like his presidential bid, was threaded together by words of hope.

He opened the address with an informal remark about how he will be retired from politics before she turns 18 and is eligible …Read More