Local Races 2018
According to our candidate selection criterion, to be considered for grading and/or endorsement in a general election, the candidate individually must show that they have run for public office before and received at least 10% of the votes cast in that race, or the party the candidate is running to represent must have received at least 10% of the vote in a statewide general election race in the past three cycles.
- Learn what the grades mean.
- District maps for 2018 elections.
- Create a Custom Pro-Gun Voter Guide for your specific district.
NOTE: When we have a candidate survey, but no other information to go on, the highest grade a non-incumbent or an incumbent with no votes on our issue can earn is Aq.
The following Buckeye Firearms Association PAC grades and endorsements are for the 2018 general election:
|District/ County||Office||Name/Party||BFA-PAC Grade||BFA-PAC Endorsement|
|29||Commissioner||Richard "Dick" Gould (R)||A||ENDORSED||WIN!|
|29||Commissioner||Susan Lopez (D)||??|
|73||Commissioner||Bryan K. Davis (R)||Aq||ENDORSED||WIN!|
|73||Commissioner||Trampas Puckett (D)||??|
|04||County Auditor||David Thomas (R)||Aq||ENDORSED||WIN!|
|04||County Auditor||Roger A. Corlett (D)||??|
|04||Ohio School Board||Jenny Kilgore (R)||B+||ENDORSED||WIN!|
|04||Ohio School Board||Pat Bruns (D)||??|
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