Barbara Sears

Vicki Donovan-Lyle, Republican State Rep Candidate, Delinquent On Property Taxes

Vicki Donovan-Lyle, a Sylvania School Board Member, has apparently failed to pay her property taxes on her personal home at 4428 Tamworth Road in Sylvania, Ohio. In December 2015, Vicki Donovan-Lyle announced her candidacy for the Republican nomination to Ohio’s House District #47 to replace term-limited Representative Barbara Sears.

Northwest Ohio's for sale politicians? You be the judge.

Wood and Fulton County residents are fighting the proposed NEXUS Pipeline. Within the districts of State Rep Barbara Sears and U.S. Rep Robert Latta local governments have come out against the NEXUS Pipeline. Resolutions against include:
Fulton County
Wood County
Waterville Township
Swancreek Township
Providence Township
Middleton Township
Amboy Township
Fulton Township
The village of Swanton
The village of Metamora

ALEC Does Dallas
ALEC Agenda: Medicaid, Schools, and Exporting Our Gas

Give me 3 reasons for SB5 and 3 against.. Lets clear this up...and see who comes out on top..

Let,s see where the chips fall ....time to get you swamp bubble intellects reflections and opinions at the same time...

Tucson shootings have brought fresh calls to make clips with more than 10 rounds illegal..

Proposed legislation has focused on prohibiting magazine clips that allow a shooter to fire off numerous rounds of ammunition without reloading. {Ok the next lunatic will just carry two guns with 20 rounds, 2 ten round clips} These are the same Democratic lawmakers who have led past efforts for stricter gun controls: Sens. Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey and Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer of California and Rep. Carolyn McCarthy of New York. NOTE: The cities they are from.

Cast Your Yard Sign where you Cast your Ballot

Today I recieved a call from a volunteer at the Rich Iott Headquarters. She asked me to take my yard sign and place it in the ground where I place my ballot. I told her I could do better than that and would like to ask you to do the same.

If you have an Iott, Latta, Sears, Earl, Matesz, Owens, Portman or vote Marcy Out, take it to your polling place and leave it for all to see.

Rep. Sears Announces District Office Hours

Columbus—State Representative Barbara Sears (R-Maumee) today announced that she will be holding district office hours on July 17th.
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Reps. Maag and Sears applaud Senate legislation to protect health care decisions

Columbus—State Representatives Ron Maag (R-Lebanon) and Barbara Sears (R-Maumee) today released the following statement applauding Senate action to preserve the freedom of Ohioans to make their own health care decisions:

Rep. Sears participated in Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Day at the Statehouse

COLUMBUS— State Representative Barbara Sears (R- Maumee) today expressed her support for those suffering from multiple sclerosis (MS) by participating in MS Awareness Day at the Statehouse.

During MS Awareness Day, select representatives were given the opportunity to take on a symptom of MS for the day. Rep. Sears was wheelchair-bound to better understand the hardships MS patients go through on a daily basis.

Rep. Sears to Hold District Office Hours

Columbus—State Representative Barbara Sears (R-Maumee) today announced that she will be holding district office hours on Friday, March 26th.

The office hours will be held from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Maumee Branch Library, located at 501 River Road, Maumee, Ohio, 43537. No appointment is necessary for these office hours and everyone is encouraged to participate.

Health Care Overhaul Threatens Ohio’s Future

Columbus to Washington: One Size Does Not Fit All – Enact HJR 3

Columbus—State Reps. Ron Maag (R-Lebanon) and Barbara Sears (R-Maumee) today denounced the recent passage of the federal health care overhaul and asked for an additional hearing on their co-authored legislation, House Joint Resolution 3. Their measure would safeguard the freedom of Ohioans to make their own health care decisions after Congress passed the $940 billion federal health care bill that will restrict health care access, affordability and freedom for all Americans.

State Government Should Be Accountable to the Taxpayers

In the words of the President Ronald Reagan, “Governments tend to not solve problems, only to rearrange them.”

This is especially true in the current state biennial budget, which fails to fix the deficit with structural improvements to the way Ohio does business and instead procrastinates Ohio’s true problem—skyrocketing spending and waste, as well as the unbearable tax rates that support it.

Rep. Sears named "Guardian of Small Business"

Waterville, OH—In recognition of her efforts to support Ohio’s small businesses, State Representative Barbara Sears (R-Monclova Township) yesterday was presented the “Guardian of Small Business Award” by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), Ohio’s most prominent small business advocacy organization.

“I’m pleased that the NFIB has honored me with this award today,” Sears said. “I have worked diligently to improve Ohio’s business environment and create jobs, and it is a privilege to be recognized for my efforts.”

Rep. Sears continues the fight for jobs and economic growth

Columbus—This is 2010, and Ohio's new job-rich economy is on the horizon! State Representative Barbara Sears (R-Sylvania) recently announced her candidacy to return to the 46th Ohio House District seat in 2011.

“It would be my honor to continue to serve as your voice in Columbus,” Rep. Sears said. “This General Assembly has faced many challenges with job loss and budget deficits, but with good leadership in 2011, we can work together to turn this state around and fix our economy. That is what I have always strived to do, and I will continue keep my sights set on Ohio's future.”

Ohio Jobless Rate Soars Under Democrat Leadership

Increased unemployment and business exodus plagues state

Columbus—With Ohio’s unemployment at 10.9 percent, Governor Strickland and House Democrats have had more than a year to demonstrate how little their majority has accomplished. Since Governor Strickland took office in 2007, more than 330,000 jobs were lost and 25 major employers abandoned Ohio for better business environments. Among these businesses are DHL of Wilmington, which took 8,000 jobs out of state, and NCR of Dayton, which accounted for 1,200 job losses.

Ohio’s Tax Code Hinders Economic Growth

In May 2009, Forbes ranked Toledo as the worst job market among mid-sized cities, citing massive industry decline in the past decade. However, the plight of our community is not isolated; Cleveland, Dayton and Youngstown make the list for worst job markets in the nation, and businesses continue to hemorrhage from our borders. National Cash Register abandoned Dayton over the summer, and this month American Greetings announced plans to possibly relocate from its Brooklyn headquarters.

Barbara Sears: Third Frontier Escalates Spending

Multi-billion dollar debt looms without plan to repay

COLUMBUS—State Representative Barbara Sears (R - Sylvania) today opposed legislation to place the renewal of the Third Frontier initiative on the May ballot, citing that increasing spending during the recession will put Ohio farther into debt.

Ohio’s Health Deteriorates Under Democrat Charge Democrat Mandates of 2009 Hinder Healthcare in Ohio

COLUMBUS— One year to the day the House Democrats took the majority, State Representatives Barbara Sears (R-Sylvania) and Ron Maag (R-Lebanon) have maintained a staunch commitment to keeping Ohio’s health care sector strong, successful and affordable.

Short Notes from the November 18, 2009 Session of the 128th General Assembly

Welcome to Short Notes from the November 18, 2009 Session of the 128th General Assembly. This is a summary of what happened on the floor of the House in Columbus. This is not meant to be a formal summary of the bills, but meant to provide from my point of view what happened. I know that some readers may disagree with my point of view and I actually appreciate that. I love to learn about issues, study them and process them through my understanding.

State Representative Barbara Sears on House Bill 25

Short notes from the House Floor

Welcome to Short Notes from October Session dates of the 128th General Assembly. This is a summary of what happened on the floor of the House in Columbus. This is not meant to be a formal summary of the bills, but meant to provide from my point of view what happened. I know that some readers may disagree with my point of view and I actually appreciate that. I love to learn about issues, study them and process them through my understanding.

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