Ohio State House District 53 candidates face off in virtual debate

Ohio State House District 53 candidates face off in virtual debate

Michelle Novak (D) and Thomas Hall (R) face off in virtual debate Tuesday, Oct. 6. The two candidates vying for the District 53 seat in the Ohio House of Representatives explained where they stand on issues ranging from voter registration to gun control to health care in a virtual debate on Tuesday, Oct. 6. Michelle Novak (D) and Thomas Hall (R) faced off from separate locations on a public Zoom call that was formatted similarly to an earlier District 4 Ohio Senate debate . Democrat Michelle Novak is a member of the Middletown Board of Education. Novak, a Miamisburg native and Wright State University graduate, said she is running to challenge the status quo and make lasting change in the community she grew up and raised her family in. Novak has been a member of the Middletown School Board of Education since 2016, and said she decided to run for state representative after feeling undermined by the state legislature throughout her experience in local government. She ran uncontested in the April primary. Hall is a 2018 Miami University graduate and former captain of the Madison High School basketball and golf teams. He said he is running as a pro-life, pro-second amendment and pro-small business candidate. Hall currently manages legal research accounts for LexisNexis and is serving his second term as a Madison Township Trustee. Republican Thomas Hall is a Madison Township trustee. Photo taken from Tuesday’s online debate Hall won the Republican primary election in a closely contested race […]

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