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While Taylor is new to politics, her Republican opponent in November is chairman of the Montgomery County Republican Party who has served as Montgomery County’s sheriff for a decade.
Plummer was unopposed in the GOP primary Tuesday.
Plummer thanked voters for their support in an interview Tuesday night.
“I spent 30 years of my life getting hands-on experience necessary to represent the 40th House district in Columbus, and I look forward to the November election,” he said.
Taylor and Plummer are running to replace term-limited State Rep. Mike Henne, R-Clayton.
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The 40th district includes Huber Heights, Vandalia, Englewood and parts of Dayton, Riverside, Union and Butler and Clay townships
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