AFSCME Local 8 & Retiree Chapter 1184 Endorse Stinziano for County Auditor
May 29, 2018
AFSCME Local 8 Endorses City Council President Pro Tem Stinziano for County Auditor
COLUMBUS, Ohio – AFSCME Ohio Council 8 and AFSCME Retiree Chapter 1184, representing thousands of state, city, county, university, hospital and nonprofit workers, has endorsed City Council President Pro Tem Michael Stinziano’s election to Franklin County Auditor.
“I’m honored to have the support of AFSCME Local 8 and thank these hardworking public servants for their support,” said Stinziano. “We deserve a government that watches its money as closely as you do. As Franklin County Auditor I will make sure to protect our dollars and bring our government into the 21stcentury with modern infrastructure providing cutting edge service to our residents.”
Stinziano has worked tirelessly to find common-sense solutions to make Franklin County a great place to work and live. He has been recognized numerous times as Legislator of the Year, and in 2016 was named Citizen of the Year by Columbus Realtors.
He serves as Chair of Council’s Neighborhoods Committee, Technology Committee, and Public Utilities Committee and co-chairs Age-Friendly Columbus, the city-wide initiative working to ensure that people of all ages and abilities can remain in their homes, live independently and maintain a high quality of life.
As County Auditor, he wants to build on his experiences by working in a bipartisan manner to protect and promote the interests of Franklin County residents.
AFSCME’s endorsement is the fourth he has received this year from an expanding group of community organizations and leaders who support Stinziano’s bid for Auditor, including: Franklin County Adelante Democrats, Stonewall Democrats of Central Ohio, and Franklin County Young Democrats.
Stinziano resides in the University Community with his wife, Caroline, and their two children.
For more news about Council President Pro Tem Stinziano’s campaign for Franklin County Auditor, please visit Stinziano.com or “Like” his page on Facebook and follow his campaign on Twitter @Stinziano.