Ohio Secretary of State, and U.S. Senate Candidate Jennifer Brunner
made a stop in Harrison County with her “Courage Express” as she makes her way across the great State of Ohio in her primary election bid for the Democrat candidate for the U.S. Senate. Jennifer returns to Harrison County after having been the key note speaker in 2008 for the Harrison County Democrat Jefferson-Jackson Dinner. Her visit today initiated the Harrison County Democrat Headquarters at 115 W. Market Street in advance of its official opening.BrunnerOhio Secretary of State, and U.S. Senate Candidate Jennifer
Jennifer has many strong and loyal friends in Harrison County because she has always been willing to reach out to the people of our wonderful communities and take a grassroots approach to her public service. Toni Starosciak is the County Coordinator for Jennifer’s campaign and expressed her appreciation of Jennifer’s desire to come to Cadiz and stop her “Courage Express” bus in front of the county courthouse and spend a little time meeting residents and taking pictures. “She is so down to earth and really cares about the individual citizen, ” said Starosciak. “Here is a woman who has served our State with pride and distinction as Secretary of State and now wants to continue to serve us in Washington.” Starosciak notes that Brunner won the Profiles in Courage award for her election reform in Ohio. Starosciak and Sherri Farkas VanTassel, Democratic County Chair and current candidate for County Auditor, were invited by Jennifer to accompany her to New York City for a fundraiser put on by Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg in her Park Avenue Apartment. “The unique quality that Jennifer has is her intense intelligence with her unassuming grace,” said Starosciak. “She truly wants to serve the people of Ohio and not the special interests – you certainly haven’t seen Lt. Governor and fellow Democrat U.S. Senate candidate Lee Fisher in Harrison County.”
Courage is a key term in Jennifer’s campaign because it takes courage to run against the establishment so you can stand up for the ordinary, everyday Ohioan. Those of us who have come to know and love Jennifer know that Ohio’s Senate seat could not be in better hands than those of the woman who took time out her demanding schedule to come to Harrison County and thank her supporters.
Article Written by Sherri VanTassel on Jennifer Brunner’s visit to Harrison County 4/22 and submitted to ThisIsMyCounty.com by Paul Starcher