State Senator Dave Burke (R–Marysville) will hold open office hours on Tuesday, August 26, 2014. Senator Burke represents the 26th Ohio Senate District which encompasses all of Crawford, Marion, Morrow, Sandusky, Seneca, Union, and Wyandot Counties.
“I look forward to visiting with the residents of Galion on issues that are important to them," said Burke.  "Office hours are always a great way to connect on the great things that are happening in the district as well as an opportunity to update folks on what we are doing for them here at the Statehouse.” 
No appointment is necessary. Open office hours will be held:

Tuesday, August 26, 2014
6:00 PM
Galion City Government Building
301 Harding Way East
Galion, Ohio 44833
Any questions regarding the event can be directed to Senator Burke's Office at (614) 466-8049 or
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