Zibritosky has engaged in conflicts with the administrative judge and city council. By failing to collaborate professionally, she has created unnecessary strife at the Court. Mike Rasor will bring people together.


In 2021, Zibritosky had plans to purchase equipment from the 1960s. By only investing in modern technology, Mike Rasor will save money and make the office customer-friendly.


Mike Rasor will change the culture so that bureaucrats understand that they work for the citizens, not the other way around

Creating and Keeping Jobs

Mike Rasor is an attorney who helps small and midsize businesses grow and succeed. He knows what laws and incentives will stimulate economic growth for the benefit of Ohio families.

Reinvigorating the American Dream

Mike Rasor will fight for each Ohioan’s right to rise. Government cannot stand in the way of an individual’s right to harness his or her God-given potential, no matter if someone is born in poverty, with a disability, or otherwise. Ohio should remove barriers for entrepreneurs to raise capital, open doors for apprenticeships, and lower the cost to get a college or trade school education. This is the way to end generational poverty.

Protecting Tax Dollars

You work hard to earn a living. You deserve leaders who won’t waste your tax dollars. On Stow City Council, Mike Rasor cut wasteful spending, cut debt by 50 percent, and balanced the budget – without raising taxes. Under Mike’s leadership, Stow’s rainy-day fund  reached a high-water mark of $5 million.

Investing into our Future

Mike Rasor understands that Ohio must do a better job at investing into transportation, schools, and other infrastructure. Failing to maintain, replace, and improve our infrastructure does not constitute a savings; it only kicks the can down the road to a future generation.

Supporting First Responders

Mike Rasor will always have the backs of Ohio’s first responders, because they have always had ours. Mike Rasor understands police have a difficult job, and will not try to score political points at an officer’s expense. Mike received the endorsement of the Ohio Fraternal Order of Police in the 2018 General Election.

Working across the Aisle

Mike Rasor was twice elected as president of Stow City Council, unanimously by both Republicans and Democrats. This illustrates that Mike will work with members of either party to tackle a difficult problem, and he won’t play the petty games that we see in Washington today.