COLUMBUS—State Senator Stephanie Kunze (R-Hilliard) and Senator Dave Burke (R-Marysville) today honored the Dublin Jerome High School Green Cheerleading Team for winning the 2017 OASSA State Cheerleading and Dance Competition.


"This remarkable group of young athletes have combined talent and competitive spirit with the highest ideals of good sportsmanship," said Senator Kunze. "With admirable dedication, the members have worked diligently toward attaining ultimate proficiency in their sport and their academics." 

 
 
 
  
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Kunze Honors Dublin Jerome High School Cheerleading Champions

 

"This remarkable group of young athletes have combined talent and competitive spirit with the highest ideals of good sportsmanship," said Senator Kunze. "With admirable dedication, the members have worked diligently toward attaining ultimate proficiency in their sport and their academics." 



 
 

Kunze Honors Ohio's Military Children And Families

 

"It is important that we acknowledge and support the children in our military families who undergo so much change," said Senator Kunze. "We must do all we can to provide the support necessary for them thrive in school and adjust socially and emotionally."



 
 

Senate Passes Transportation Investment Bill

 

“House Bill 26 is a major step in keeping Ohio as a leader in utilizing the latest in technology to enhance Ohio’s transportation infrastructure," said State Senator Stephanie Kunze (R-Hilliard), vice chair of the Senate Transportation, Commerce and Workforce Committee. "It strikes a fiscally responsible balance to ensure our state can remain in position for continued economic growth and provide a solid transportation infrastructure for Ohio’s citizens.”



 
 

Senator Kunze Welcomes Dublin Residents To Attend District Office Hours

 

“It is important to me to keep an open dialogue with my constituents, allowing me to best represent their views and opinions as I serve as their voice in the Ohio Statehouse," said Kunze "Working together, we can develop solutions that make our communities in Columbus a better place for everyone."