State Representative Jeff Rezabek (R-Clayton) has received the endorsement of Trotwood Mayor Mary McDonald, as well as a near unanimous endorsement of the members on Trotwood City Council.
During his first term in office, Rezabek secured $250,000 for needed renovations and upgrades to the Trotwood Community Center. He also worked to create and promote the Healthy Food for Ohio Program (HFFO), which expands healthy food options for underserved areas across the state, including Trotwood. In last year’s state budget, Rezabek voted to provide public schools in the state with $850 million in additional funding and ensured that no school district received less money than it did last year.
“Jeff Rezabek is willing to put aside party labels to get things done for our community,” Mayor McDonald said. “With Rep. Rezabek, the City of Trotwood has a strong and trusted leader on the issues that matter most to our region. He deserves our support in the upcoming election.”
Rezabek also earned endorsements from five members of City Council:
• Councilwoman Bettye Gales – Ward 1
• Councilman Charles “Ron” Vaughn – Ward 3
• Councilman Scotty Sly – Ward 4
• Councilwoman Rhonda C. Finley – At-large
• Councilman Robert L. Kelley, Jr. – At-large
“It has been a pleasure to work with Mayor McDonald and the Trotwood City Council during my first term as state representative,” Rezabek said. “By working together, I believe we are accomplishing great things for Trotwood and for the entire 43rd District. I am grateful and humbled by their continuing support and I look forward to continuing our work together to make further improvements to our communities.”
Along with Trotwood, the 43rd House District encompasses parts of Montgomery County and all of Preble County.