Ohio’s lieutenant governor visits Urbana


Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor was the guest speaker at the annual Champaign County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner on March 2. She spoke about leadership and how her father’s expectation of “Do the Right Thing All the Time” made her the person she is today. From left are Audra Bean, Champaign County Republican Chair; Taylor; and Mike Terry, Champaign County Republican Central Chair.

Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor was the guest speaker at the annual Champaign County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner on March 2. She spoke about leadership and how her father’s expectation of “Do the Right Thing All the Time” made her the person she is today. From left are Audra Bean, Champaign County Republican Chair; Taylor; and Mike Terry, Champaign County Republican Central Chair.


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Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor was the guest speaker at the annual Champaign County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner on March 2. She spoke about leadership and how her father’s expectation of “Do the Right Thing All the Time” made her the person she is today. From left are Audra Bean, Champaign County Republican Chair; Taylor; and Mike Terry, Champaign County Republican Central Chair.

Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor was the guest speaker at the annual Champaign County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner on March 2. She spoke about leadership and how her father’s expectation of “Do the Right Thing All the Time” made her the person she is today. From left are Audra Bean, Champaign County Republican Chair; Taylor; and Mike Terry, Champaign County Republican Central Chair.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2016/03/web1_MT.jpgLt. Gov. Mary Taylor was the guest speaker at the annual Champaign County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner on March 2. She spoke about leadership and how her father’s expectation of “Do the Right Thing All the Time” made her the person she is today. From left are Audra Bean, Champaign County Republican Chair; Taylor; and Mike Terry, Champaign County Republican Central Chair. Submitted photo