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Thanks to all the voters that saw past the lies and distortions from Peter Stautberg.
A special thanks to the many friends and supporters that assisted the campaign in many different ways.
I am forever in you debt and will not be deterred from speaking out about the failure of our elected officials to do their job.
Please do not hesitate to call me at any time 321-6591.
Tom Brinkman, Jr.
Tom Brinkman has responded to his primary opponent’s lies and distortions about his legislative record in a letter sent out to area Republicans this weekend.
Declaring that “thousands of dollars from the Columbus lobbyist political machine” are being used for “a massive smear campaign to distort my record, malign my character and defame my reputation,” Brinkman is fighting back as the final days of the campaign near.
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Tom is proud to have recently been given the endorsement of Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati. He has been a leader in the pro-life movement for many years, including during his time in the Ohio General Assembly.
Tom was also the emcee at the 28th annual Prolife Rosary Procession and Rally in Downtown Cincinnati on January 21. Please click here to read about that story.
Tom Brinkman was recently endorsed by Ohio Valley FOP Lodge 112 and is very proud to have the support of local law enforcement.
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The Hamilton County Board of Elections certified the petition signatures of Republican Tom Brinkman on Monday, making official his candidacy to run for state representative in the new 27th House district.
Brinkman, who represented the 34th district as state representative from 2001-2008, said he is very encouraged by the early positive response to the announcement of his campaign.
“As I have travelled the 27th district and talked to the citizens of the local communities, I have received tremendous support for my decision to enter the primary,” Brinkman said. “Their support only reaffirms my belief that I am making the right decision to run. The people of this district deserve better leadership and I plan on giving them that type of strong leadership once again.”
The primary will take place on Tuesday, March 6.
State Representative candidate Tom Brinkman announced today a proposal to change state law that would allow for the recall of a township trustee by the voters. Brinkman made his announcement at the regular meeting of the Anderson Township board of Trustees. The proposal would correct a deficiency in state law whereby elected officials of a municipal corporation may be removed (ORC title 7, chapter 705.95), however there is no such provision for townships. Under Brinkman’s proposal, township trustees would be subject to a similar process and could be recalled from office by the voters.
Brinkman said “government is best when it is locally controlled and regularly held accountable. My proposal corrects a deficiency in state law that, quite frankly, was probably left out as a matter of oversight. However given the current circumstances here in Anderson Township it’s probably something that voters would have exercised.” Brinkman further stated that “this is not directed at one any individual, but rather an attempt to place power back in the hands of citizens in townships all across this great state. Furthermore, my proposal could be extremely valuable in areas containing larger and more urbanized townships that more often resemble cities in form & function, but lacking the designation.”
Tom Brinkman, Jr., of Mt. Lookout officially declared his candidacy for state representative in the new 27th House district on December 7, citing displeasure with the leadership of the current Republican incumbent as being among several reasons he is seeking a seat in the newly created house district. Brinkman previously served as a state representative from 2001-08, when term-limits prevented him from running again. Continue reading