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Monday, January 21, 2008

Butler County Democrats announce endorsements

The Butler County Democratic Party voted unanimously last week to endorse Kathryn Bridgman of West Chester in a state Senate primary race, and Kenneth Keith Jr. of Hamilton for an Ohio House seat.

Bridgman faces Victor Rivera of Fairfield in the March 4 primary election for the seat currently held by Sen. Gary Cates, a West Chester Republican.

Keith is running against Arnold Engel in the March 4 primary for the seat held by state Rep. Courtney Combs, a Republican from Hamilton. Keith lost to Combs in the 2006 election. Engel, a member of the Fairfield City School Board did not seek the county party's endorsement.

In a news statement, Butler County Democratic Party Chairman Ron Wardrup said the party’s screening committee recommended Bridgman because "she just impressed us more than her opponent."



at 12:44 PM, January 22, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Butler County has a democrat party? I had no idea.

at 9:25 PM, February 22, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bulter County needs more Democrates!!!!!!!!

at 4:55 PM, March 11, 2008 Blogger donewithCourtney! said...

Go Ken Keith!!! We LOVE YOU! You work so hard!! Keep up the good work! You have our votes!

at 4:56 PM, March 11, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go Ken Keith! You have my families vote! You keep up the fight for what is right and fair!!! Good Luck!

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