How to contact your public officials

How to contact your public officials

There are 5 comments on the DispatchPolitics story from Feb 3, 2011, titled How to contact your public officials. In it, DispatchPolitics reports that:

There are a number of ways for Ohioans to contact their federal and state executives or lawmakers.

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Common Sense Voter

Grove City, OH

#1 Feb 7, 2011
Are you serious?! Perhaps the fact that so many of these people have multiple offices (imagine WE pay for the rent) might have something to do with the debt/budget issues? AS if paying for the space wasn't enough its safe to assume that these offices are not empty meaning they are staffed... This is an example of how much waste goes on. I imagine that there was a time when they needed more offices to sever their people but with available technology they don't need to do it because they always have... I agree that they should be able to have 2 offices; one in their state/district and one where they "work" DC/Columbus.

Perhaps the Dispatch should run a story on this?! Of course that would be a useful story, they have too much time writing stories on topics that divide us (Kasich's cabinet choices) rather than help us...

I imagine that these politicians run their private business(s) out of these offices, hopefully they are not doing it totally on the taxpayers dime.

Dublin, OH

#2 Apr 6, 2011
Politicians are crooks.!!They don't help the people they say want to help. They help their own pockets. It has been that way forever and it is getting worse.
c Payne

Ashland, KY

#3 May 30, 2011
In regards to the closure of the Ohio River Valley Juvenile Correctional Facility, the newest, most state of the art in the juveniles system, I ask simply this.....who has ever heard of closing down a maximum security prison that is ONLY 14 years old for God's sake! I have always understood that the legislators were stewards of the taxpayers dollars, don't you think the taxpayers have bought and paid for this exceptional institution? Stop listening to the insanity of temporary agency leaders....they come and they go but Juvenile crime does not and is not simply "going away." The reduction in the DYS population is a semantics game. Read your headlines and recoil at the evidence of young juvenile crimes in homicides and ask yourself if this serves the concepts of fiscal wisdom or social responsibility to public safety.

Dry Ridge, KY

#4 May 31, 2011
Actually it is very easy to contact the office holders, it is the responses that are vague and confusing.
common sense

Columbus, OH

#5 May 31, 2011
They only care to hear from you if you agree with them.

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