General Election 2007
As a part of our expanded focus on general firearms issues, this political action committee intends to direct our attention to an increasing variety of local races in the state of Ohio for off-year elections. This year, there are a few contests which pique the interest of Buckeye Firearms Association, some because they are between pro-gun candidates and out-and-out liberal anti-gunners, and others because we wish to support pro-gun candidates in positions that could one day lead them to the Statehouse or Governor's mansion.
Buckeye Firearms Association ENDORSES these Central Ohio candidates in the 2007 election:
|Columbus Mayor||Bill Todd||Republican|
Buckeye Firearms Association ENDORSES these Southwest Ohio candidates in the 2007 election:
|Mayor of Cheviot||Matthew McGowan||Republican|
|Hamilton Co. Municipal Court||Judge Bernie Bouchard||Republican||WIN!|
|Hamilton Co. Municipal Court||Judge Kendal Coes||Republican||WIN!|
|Hamilton Co. Municipal Court||Judge Brad Greenberg||Republican||WIN!|
|Hamilton Co. Municipal Court||Judge Heather Russell||Republican||WIN!|
|Hamilton Co. Municipal Court||Judge John Burlew||Republican|
|Batavia Municipal Court (Clermont Co.)||Judge Tony Brock||Republican||WIN!|
In the following U.S. Congressional district, two proven pro-gun supporters face one another. Since either candidate would be a pro-gun vote, we recommend voters base their decision on other matters which are also important to them.
On December 11, there is a special Republican election for the 5th Congressional district, comprised of Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Paulding, Putnam, Sandusky, Seneca, Van Wert, Williams, and Wood counties, along with parts of Ashland, Crawford, Huron, Lucas and Wyandot counties.
Buckeye Firearms Association ENDORSES this candidates in the 2007 special Congressional election.