Gloria Rodgers – Strong leadership for our future!

Gloria Rodgers brings a wealth of personal and professional experience to her work on Summit County Council

Gloria proudly represents Summit County citizens as a no-nonsense, principled, consistent conservative on issues of vital importance.  She has demonstrated an ability to work collaboratively with a wide range of politicians. Gloria is passionate about maintaining strong family values, working to protect taxpayers, and controlling the size of government.

Gloria has worked as a nurse for over 40 years in Summit County. She is active in the community, church and civic groups and is a lifelong resident of Summit County. She and her husband Bill have two adult children.

Gloria is actively involved in several important County Council committees including the following:
— Committee of the Whole
— Finance Committee
— Public Works Committee
— Long Term Planning Committee

At the County level, Gloria serves on the following:
— Child Fatality Review Board of Summit County
— Fetal Infant Mortality Rate Case Review Board
— Akron Zoological Park Board of Directors

On the State level, Gloria is Chairman of the Metropolitan and Regional Affairs Committee, for County Commissioner.s Association of Ohio (CCAO). She also serves on the Ohio Jail Advisory Board as a representative of CCAO.

Gloria Rodgers: Responsible, Dependable, Common Sense Driven, and Trustworthy!

As a nurse and councilwoman, Gloria’s commitment to our community is unmatched. I have served alongside Gloria on the Summit County Opiate and Addiction taskforce where she advocates for evidence-based treatment options and holds treatment providers accountable.

Gloria continually fights for the vulnerable in our community while ensuring stewardship of our tax dollars. Gloria Rodgers has proven to our community that she deserves four more years in office.

Join me in supporting Gloria Rodgers for District 3.

Kayla Atchison
Ohio Young Republican Secretary and former Summit County Young Republican Chair

On Tuesday evening, my husband Bill and I attended a fundraiser with several regional candidates. Don Robart started by discussing several Summit-County Ohio issues and our plans for the future. Attendees included Mary Stormer, Judge Allison McCarty, Jim Iona, Ron and Sue Koehler, Judge Lisa Coates, and Judge Katrina Cook.

A big thanks to Drs. Chris and Cathy Cook for hosting!

Gloria was honored to attend the God and Country dinner in early February.

With Sabrina Christian-Bennett, Portage County Commissioner

Sarah Norman, Gloria Rodgers, and Chris Banweg at Hudson Country Club

With Bernie Morino at a meting of the Hudson, Stow, and Cuyahoga Falls Republican clubs

With Donna Lolli, CFO, and Mary Mumper of the Stow Republican Club

With Chris Banweg at his event at Hudson Country Club

With Debbie Walsh, prior Akron City Clerk of Courts

With Roy and Joann Marschke. Roy is President of the Hudson Republican Club.

At Todaro’s Party Center with John Sysmierski, Steve Coats, me, Chris Banweg and his daughter, Alena.

I attended the Chris Banweg for US Congress event at Prestwick Country Club last Thursday. It was wonderful to see Young Republicans from Case Western Reserve University there. From left: Debbie Walsh, Sarah Norman, Nick Soares, Tasfiqur Rob, myself, and Trilogy Stead.

Saturday night I had the pleasure of attending a reverse raffle at Todaro’s Party Center for the FOP Lodge 81 and FOPA Lodge 66, supporters of the Stow Police Department. Here is Shane Barker, candidate for Summit County Sheriff.

Keep Gloria Rodgers on County Council. Please vote on March 19th!

I enjoyed talking with Chris Banweg and Dr. Chris Cook at the pancake breakfast put on by the Summit County Farm Bureau.

Talking with Drs. Chris and Cathy Cook at the Summit County Farm Bureau breakfast is a pleasure.

“I will always support YOUR individual rights.”

Gloria has been hard at work representing Summit County citizens as a no-nonsense, principled, consistent conservative on issues of vital importance. She offers strong leadership for our future!

Gloria is a lifelong resident of Summit County where she has worked as a nurse for over 40 years. She and her husband Bill have two adult children and seven grandchildren.

Gloria has served on Summit County Council, representing District 3, since 2009. She has served on the Finance Committee and as Vice Chair of Public Safety.

Gloria has more than 40 years of small business experience, and she is active in community, church and civic groups. She has an exceptional record of volunteer service to help those in need.

Gloria works to protect taxpayers and supports reducing and controlling the size of government. She firmly believes that government has a responsibility to be fiscally prudent with taxpayers money.