Boose hopes to be re-elected to 58th District seat

State Rep. Terry Boose (R-Norwalk) is facing a challenge from Democrat Gregory Scott Davidson and Libertarian Bob Williams in the Nov. 2 election.
Scott Seitz
Nov 2, 2010

State Rep. Terry Boose (R-Norwalk) is facing a challenge from Democrat Gregory Scott Davidson and Libertarian Bob Williams in the Nov. 2 election.

Boose, a Norwalk Township resident elected to Ohio’s house of representatives in 2008, talked about how his first re-election campaign is going and what constituents are saying.

“People are angry at the current government and want to talk about it,” Boose said. “People are angry at the economy and feel government should be doing more to get it turned around and have not done that. People don’t like the government spending in a time of recession.”

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Comments

kURT

With Boose we lose.

VerbalKint

kURT you sure do have a personal problem with Mr. Boose...get over it already.

Mr. Boose has done an outstanding job as our representative....he has my vote.