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State of the State ticket lottery

Story By: Brad Francis




State Of The State ticket lottery

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  Original Published: 2/4/2014

Every Ohioan is getting a chance to attend this year's State Of The State address.

Governor John Kasich is inviting residents to submit their names online to be eligible for a random ticket drawing. That website is http://governor.ohio.gov/tickets.  We have a link to that above.

The State of the State is Monday, February 24th, in Medina. You can sign up online through next Tuesday, and request up to two tickets. Winners will be notified February 19th. This is the third year that tickets have been made available to the public via the lottery.

Since coming into office, Kasich has broken with the practice of previous governors who delivered their State of the State addresses at the Statehouse in Columbus. After his first address there in 2011, Kasich decided to take state government to Ohioans and since then has delivered the address at Wells Academy, a public elementary school in Steubenville, and the Veterans Memorial Civic and Convention Center in Lima.

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