Joined by her family, State Senator Gayle Manning (second from right) is administered the oath of office by Ohio Supreme Court Justice Robert Cupp (left).
Columbus - 
Gayle Manning (R- North Ridgeville) was sworn in today as the State Senator for the 13th Ohio Senate District, which encompasses Loraine and Huron Counties and the eastern portions of Seneca County. Prior to being elected to the Legislature, Manning taught elementary school in the North Olmsted City School District for 37 years, served as a member of the North Ridgeville Planning Commission, and served as Finance Chairwoman and President Pro-Tempore on the North Ridgeville City Council.

Senator Manning said she is looking forward to using her experience in the classroom and at the local government level to help the state move forward and bring jobs and prosperity back to the district.

"I am honored to have been elected to represent the people of the 13th Senate district and am excited to begin my work for them," Manning said. "My colleagues in the Senate and I are ready to work together and tackle the issues we know are important to Ohioans: jobs, the economy and education."

Senator Manning encourages constituents with questions, concerns and ideas to contact her in her new Statehouse office. She can be reached by phone at (614) 644-7613, by e-mail at SD13@senate.state.oh.us or by writing Senator Gayle Manning, 1 Capitol Square, Ground Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215.
For more information about Senator Gayle Manning, please visit http://www.ohiosenate.gov/gayle- manning.html
 
 
 
  
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