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Auditor Mingo honored by peers with the “highest professional honor” an assessment jurisdiction can obtain!

Auditor Mingo was honored to announce today the preeminent authority on assessment administration has awarded his office their highest award, the Certificate of Excellence in Assessment Administration. The International Association of Assessing Officers independently and objectively determined Auditor Mingo and his staff are meeting standards and best practices in the appraisal profession and are enhancing the public […]

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Canton Repository – Canton native Mingo aiming for statewide recognition

Clarence E. Mingo II has established name recognition in Ohio’s most populous county as Franklin County auditor. That’s given him a solid base to run as a Republican next year for Ohio state treasurer to succeed Republican Josh Mandel, who’s running again for the U.S. Senate. But like the other two candidates in the race, […]

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Memorial Day message from Clarence Mingo!

As we honor the sacrifice of all of those who have served, click below to see a Memorial Day tribute from Clarence Mingo!

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Clarence Mingo: Jobs = Self-Reliance

Clarence Mingo, candidate for State Treasurer, recently spoke at the Delaware County Republican Party Meeting about job creation and empowering self-reliance. See what he had to say below and if you agree, please take a moment to chip in with a generous contribution to help Clarence win: Donate Here!  

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Clarence Mingo on Protecting the 2nd Amendment

Clarence Mingo, candidate for State Treasurer, recently spoke at the Montgomery County Lincoln Dinner about protecting the 2nd Amendment.  See what he had to say below and if you agree, please take a moment to chip in with a generous contribution to help Clarence win!  

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Clarence Mingo on the Sanctity of Life

Clarence Mingo, candidate for State Treasurer, recently spoke at the Montgomery County Lincoln Dinner about the sanctity of life.  See what he had to say below and if you agree, please take a moment to chip in with a generous contribution to help Clarence win!  

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Ohio University College Republicans Endorse Clarence Mingo for State Treasurer

Ohio University College Republicans Formally Endorse Clarence Mingo for State Treasurer ATHENS, OHIO – As Ohio University College Republicans, we look to strong, hardworking leaders for guidance. We have maintained the highest regard for continuing and strengthening the conservative message. In the 2016 election we helped turn the blue county of Athens into a red […]

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What They’re Saying: Clarence Mingo for State Treasurer

We wanted to share with you links to news articles from around Ohio talking about Clarence and his campaign for State Treasurer. Cleveland Plain Dealer: Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo enters Ohio treasurer’s race Columbus Dispatch: Mingo makes it official: He’s running for Ohio treasurer Toledo Blade: Columbus-area auditor joins GOP race for Ohio treasurer US News: Columbus-Area […]

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Clarence Mingo: “Service”

Auditor Clarence Mingo represents a new generation of conservative leadership. Please take a moment to watch his video message to learn more and sign up to join the team today!

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Press Release: Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo Announces Candidacy for State Treasurer

Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo Announces Candidacy for State Treasurer Mingo to bring “New Generation of Conservative Leadership” to Ohio COLUMBUS – Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo today announced his candidacy to be Ohio’s next State Treasurer. “It’s time for a new generation of conservative leadership in Ohio,” said Mingo. “As Franklin County Auditor I’ve […]

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