COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – When Ohio House Legislative Assistant Adam Headlee got his hands on a new set of collectible cards from Ohio lawmakers, the 25-year-old Republican set out to sign each of them.
His office in the Ohio state capital was already filled with political memorabilia, from country buttons to founding father figurines.
In the end, the 99 state officials gave him their John Hancock. He said lawmakers on both sides were good sportsmen.
Some lawmakers have dated their cards.
One representative, a Democrat, asked to sign in blue. Another, a minister, added a “God bless you”.
Hoping to confuse historians, another scribbled “Drink more scotch”.
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