Michael Sets Listening Session for April 25 at Wood County Library

UPDATE (April 26,2017): It was standing room only at the Wood County Library on the 25th for Michael’s first Listening Session. The 90-minute discussion covered a wide range of topics, from the Lake Erie Watershed to the Nexus Pipeline to the ACA and Medicare, industrial automation, and many others. Check out Michael’s Facebook page (link in menu above) for more details. Thanks to all who attended! View the article in the Sentinel Tribune here.


Michael announced today his plans to hold a “Listening Session” with interested area residents at the Wood County Public Library in Bowling Green, Ohio, on April 25 at 6:30 p.m. Galbraith recently declared his candidacy to challenge incumbent Robert E. Latta in the 2018 election for the right to represent Ohio’s 5th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

“I am getting in this race to represent the people of the 5th Congressional District, and the first step in the process is to hear their hopes and concerns,” said Galbraith. “The most important job of a Member of Congress is listening to constituents. This listening session is just the start.”

Following the announcement of his candidacy, the chairman of the Wood County Democratic Party, Michael Zickar, said “I think he’ll be a great candidate. So many people are frustrated with the status quo. There’s a lot more energy this cycle. People are really fired up.”

The Wood County District Public Library is located at 251 N. Main St, Bowling Green, OH 43402. Details about the event can also be found on the campaign’s Facebook page, Galbraith for Congress, and at the website, www.GalbraithforCongress.com.


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