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About Mary Taylor
As Lieutenant Governor, Mary Taylor has worked to improve the jobs climate in Ohio and rein in government overreach.
Mary Taylor’s vision for Ohio isn’t just a set of sound bites and talking points. Her record is clear.
- Stood up to her own party and refused to vote for tax increases.
- First CPA in Ohio history to serve as Auditor of State.
- As Insurance Commissioner, fought for the repeal of Obamacare while working to make Ohio’s insurance marketplace competitive.
- Predicted Ohio’s $8 billion budget shortfall and challenged the status quo.
- Instrumental in passing tax reform that reduced personal income taxes by 21% and helped spur job creation.
- Helped bring nearly 460,000 jobs back to Ohio.
- Fought for jobs in Ohio – not south of the border.
- Taylor spearheaded Ohio’s Common Sense Initiative (CSI) which has reviewed over 10,000 business impacting regulations and changed or eliminated 61% of them.
Strong Leader & Proven Winner
- Mary Taylor helped restore conservative governance to Ohio after tax-and-spend politicians pushed Ohio to the fiscal breaking point.
- Has never lost a campaign.
- Won her first legislative race in a deeply “blue” District.
- Only Republican to win statewide in 2006, a landslide Democrat election year.
What Are Others Saying?
“The choice is clear. I support Mary Taylor because she challenges the status quo, sticks to her guns, and gets conservative results! We deserve a conservative who always stands strong for conservative principles.”Matt GilmoreMercer County Republican Chair
“Mary Taylor gets in the game: One of the biggest questions surrounding Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor’s interest in the 2018 race for governor has been her ability to raise money...Taylor stepped up her fundraising after Election Day, bringing on finance director Beau Euton and raking in $800,000 in the weeks before the new year...”The Plain Dealer
“Those attending the roundtable discussion with Ohio’s Lt. Governor, Mary Taylor, would have found members of the Wooster Chamber of Commerce talking about government regulations that impact the operation of their businesses. And, the Lt. Governor was listening.”Wooster Weekly News
“Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor hopes to make history in 2018 by becoming the first woman elected to serve as governor of the Buckeye State...”The Intelligencer
“'Commitment to reduce government regulations' through the Taylor-led CSI was 'second to none' in the country.”Roger GeigerNational Federation of Independent Business/Ohio
“Ohio Auditor Mary Taylor is a former state representative who rose to become the first certified public accountant elected as the state’s fiscal watchdog.The News-Herald
...the National State Auditor’s Association gives Taylor its A-plus ‘highest possible rating for audit quality.'”
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Mary In The News
“Here is my pledge to the voters of this state: Under a Mary Taylor administration, we will do more than restore good jobs; we will ensure that every Ohioan is prepared to seize those opportunities. We will restore dignity and bring opportunity to the lives of Ohioans.”
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Yes, Mary, Count on Me! We’ve seen what’s possible in our communities when we rein in government and put people first. I want to be an early member of your campaign team and help elect you as our Governor!
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