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The tea party movement was born out of a feeling that we have lost representation — in Congress, in the White House and even in the Statehouse in Ohio. One other place we have lost representation is within our political parties, and there is a movement at work to change that, too.



Across the state, people are standing up to challenge the incumbent committee members, in an effort to restore the Ohio Republican Party to the values it only claims to represent.



To that end, I am writing to join Reps. Lynn Wachtmann, Bruce Goodwin and Seth Morgan in supporting Jeff and April Fryman for state Central Committee in Senate District 1.



The Frymans have lived in Northwest Ohio their entire lives, and both have served their community and county party in various positions. As conservatives, they are concerned with the way the party has compromised its principles in order to pacify moderates. They are running because they would like to see the Republican Party’s original values restored. They want to represent Northwest Ohio, and they want to see government placed back in the hands of the people.



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