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Stefania Czech in the Media


August 26, 2019

A few clips of my interview with Doni Miller on Bridges. I'm running for Toledo city council to restore the Lake Erie ecosystem an address systemic poverty starting with District 2. The green revolution is here. Help me get through the primary and cast a vote for real Progressive change September 10th Tuesday . You can also early vote at the early voting Center off Monroe Street . Thank you friends. We can do this! đź’š


august 5, 2019

Stefania wants to support the Lake Erie Bill of Rights and fight for clean water while on council.


July 26, 2019

Stefania Czech is bringing newfound energy to the Green Party and the City of Toledo; as she takes on President Matt Cherry for his city council seat in District 2. Czech has plenty of enthusiasm for representing the residents of Toledo and is campaigning on a platform to rejuvenate her community and protect Lake Erie. Her vision of a cleaner and greener future for Toledo resounds powerfully as we catch up with her for a question and answer session.


July 12, 2019

Stefania enters the race for Council as  endorsed Green!

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June 22, 2019

Kickoff Press Release. Come celebrate Black Lives Freedom @ the Frederick Douglass then let's clean up our Highland neighborhood park Saturday June 22. Join me!

February 27, 2019

Stefania Czech, Toledoan for Safe Water member, and her 6-year-old son, Mirek, participate in a press conference denouncing outside money funding negative ads against the charter amendment.

February 17, 2019

Lake Erie has already been declared dead once in the 1970’s. Let’s not let that happen again. Matt Cherry says LEBOR can’t hold up in a court of law, and this is untrue. LEBOR will grant Lake Erie standing, and that is what Lake Erie deserves. We are the stewards for Lake Erie and its Voice. Vote Yes for Lake Erie, Feb, 26th.


Stefania Czech: Democracy Day Dis

March 13, 2019

During the Democracy Day meeting on March 13th, as a constituent and speaker, I was highly disappointed to see councilmember Matt Cherry walk out in the middle of the meeting. Mr. Cherry was the only councilmember who came out against the Lake Erie Bill of Rights (LEBOR) citizen initiative in an op-ed to the Blade in February.


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