Liberty Township, OH 10/7/15 – Conservative Republican Roger Reynolds announced this morning that he will run for the open seat in the 8th District of Ohio for the U.S. House of Representatives.
Reynolds, a CPA, is currently serving his third term as Butler County
Auditor. He has decided to run for Congress because he recognizes an
out-of-control Washington that needs to be held accountable.
“The tax and spend culture of Washington D.C. has led us to a
national debt of more than $19 trillion, which serves as a great burden
for my children, your children, and generations to come.”
Reynolds said that his top priority in Washington D.C. will be to
promote sound fiscal policy and advocate for conservative solutions to
address our fiscal crisis.
“The fact of the matter is the people of the 8th
District deserve a representative in Congress with proven financial and
private sector experience, a track record of making tough decisions,
and most importantly a blueprint for success.”
The Reynolds for Congress announcement occurred outside his campaign
headquarters in Liberty Township, OH surrounded by family, friends and
supporters. Reynolds said he is committed to working hard over the
coming months to meet the citizens of the 8th district, listen to their concerns, and earn their trust.
“I commit to you and the people of the 8th District that I will work tirelessly to earn your support.”
The 8th district seat is currently held by John Boehner and will be vacated on October 30th, 2015. The district encompasses Butler, Preble, Darke, Miami, and Clarke Counties, and a portion of Mercer County.