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Columbus Office: Phone: 614-469-6774
Senator Sherrod Brown (D)
Washington, DC: (202) 224-2315
Columbus Office: (614) 469-2083
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Lancaster Office: (740) 654-2654
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Central and Executive Committee Meeting
Our next meeting of the central and executive committee of the Fairfield County Democrats is Thursday May 18th at 7PM. Meeting is at Headquarters, 118N. Columbus st. in Lancaster.
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Newsweek: Ivanka Trump has power 'thanks to her man.' They mean her father.
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