Thursday, December 22, 2011

66th Ohio House: Owens Names Brown County Native Hanna Faulkner as Campaign Manager

Batavia Township – Today, Nick Owens candidate for the Republican primary election for the 66th District of the Ohio House of Representatives named Sardinia, Ohio native Ms. Hanna Faulkner as his campaign manager. Currently, Hanna Faulkner is the President of the Northern Kentucky University College Republicans, a position she has held since 2009. Under Ms. Faulkner’s leadership the NKU College Republicans have helped successfully elect Republican candidates for Federal, State, and local offices. Additionally, Hanna Faulkner has interned for United States Representative Jean Schmidt in her Cincinnati District Office. Ms. Faulkner is also a member of the Brown County Republican Club. Hanna Faulkner will graduate this spring with Honors from NKU with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Ms. Faulkner is a graduate of Eastern Brown High School and currently resides in New Richmond, Ohio.

“I am excited to be a part of Nick’s campaign because he is going to bring new ideas and a fresh perspective for us in Brown and Clermont counties. We need his leadership in the state Capitol if we are going to bring new jobs and economic growth to the 66th Ohio House District. His extensive legislative experience and education makes him the most qualified candidate to be our next state representative in Columbus. Nick Owens will get the job done from day one. We can trust Nick Owens to bring our conservative values to the statehouse and fight tirelessly on our behalf.” stated newly named Campaign Manager Hanna Faulkner.

“I am very privileged and lucky to have such a rising star in Republican politics like Hanna Faulkner join my team as campaign manager. Hanna Faulkner’s knowledge, experience, and passion for politics will be invaluable for my campaign as we race towards the primary election on March 6th. Ms. Faulkner shares my perspective that Brown and Clermont counties deserve a representative to the Ohio Legislature that will work tirelessly for jobs for Southern Ohio while at the same time fighting for less spending, lower taxes, and more fiscal responsibility in our state government.” stated Nick Owens