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William Pace Shares his vision for a Prosperous 39th District.

Please listen to the following radio commercial currently airing on I HEART MEDIA Radio Stations   William Pace shares his vision for a Prosperous 39th District on Meet The Candidates:    

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A Prosperous 39th District

Hello I’m’ William Pace. A Native Daytonian. Born and raised in the 39th District of Ohio. Graduate of Dayton Public Schools, Wilberforce University and graduate student in public administration at Ashford University. I earn my living as a marketing producer.My … Continue reading

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Montgomery County Independents

A Political Action Committee A Message From William Pace, Chairman Have you ever wondered why they wrote the Declaration of Independence? Just as today many people were angry, very disappointed with their government, and the lack of leadership. Open warfare … Continue reading

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What People are Saying about William Pace Not being on the Ballot!

“Having witnessed what happened to Wm Pace I wouldn’t be surprised at anything from the board of elections.”…..Ralph *************************************************************** “William Pace, former candidate for Dayton City Commissioner, is suing the MCBOE because they ruled in May that Mr. Pace could … Continue reading

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Former Candidate William Pace Files Motion With Ohio Supreme Court, Decision Rendered

Dayton Weekly News October 10, 2013 Don Black, Editor William Pace, local businessman and entertainer who was a candidate for the Dayton City Commission race, in 2013 filed a motion  with the Ohio Supreme Court for Reconsideration on September 16, … Continue reading

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Motion for Reconsideration was Filed in The Ohio Supreme Court on Monday September 16, 2013

The decision to dismiss the case was not unanimous. One third of The Ohio Supreme Court voted in favor of the case. They are as follows: O’Donnell, J., dissents and would grant a peremptory writ.   French, J., dissents and … Continue reading

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