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AFL-CIO helps Gadus roast Cook’s goose in low-turnout vote

AFL-CIO Helps Gadus Roast Cook’s Goose In Low-turnout Vote

DISTRICT 3 was supposed to be the Republican Party’s breakthrough in the city council election on Tuesday.

And then the AFL-CIO got involved.

A $100,000 campaign from the state AFL-CIO to place its members on local government boards in Ohio — township trustees and city councils — made a difference in at least two local races on Tuesday.

Theresa Gadus, a Toledo Public Schools instructor of the deaf and the endorsed Democrat in District 3 to replace the retiring Peter Ujvagi, appears to have won a come-from-behind victory, defeating Glen Cook.

Read the full Tom Troy Toledo Blade article here

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