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State Senator Dave Burke (R - Marysville) recently received the United Conservatives of Ohio's "Watchdog of the Treasury" Award for his dedication to fiscal restraint during the 129th General Assembly.

"Throughout this General Assembly, my colleagues and I in the Senate have been focused on spending our limited resources wisely and in areas where they will have the greatest impact on Ohioans," Burke said. "I am honored to be recognized for my commitment to fiscal responsibility, and pledge to continue these efforts in the months ahead."

During this session, Burke has supported legislation that requires performance audits of state agencies to improve efficiency as well as the streamlining of state rules and regulations in order to foster job growth in Ohio.

The United Conservatives of Ohio advocate for public policy that promotes free enterprise, low taxes and greater efficiency in government.
Senator Burke represents the 26th Ohio Senate District, which encompasses all of Crawford, Logan, Marion, Sandusky, Union and Wyandot counties as well as portions of Ottawa and Seneca counties. For more information, please visit
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