Sandy O'Brien announces run for Secretary of State
Pro-gun Sandy O'Brien has officially announced that she is running for Ohio Secretary of State in 2010.
O'Brien, who earned the endorsement of Buckeye Firearms Association in 2006 and won an upset victory over her anti-gun opponent in the Republican primary, is a loving wife, mother, and grandmother with energy to burn.
She supports hunting and Second Amendment rights because she has enjoyed them her whole life. Her children have enjoyed them. She has a passion that matches ours in her desire to see Ohio pass real firearms reform.
The office of Secretary of State is open in 2010. The person who currently holds the office, Jennifer Brunner (D), has declared her candidacy for United States Senate, and will not be seeking re-election for the office.
The office of Secretary of State is important because it holds a seat on the apportionment board, which will redraw the districts and traditionally has had a role in helping the party who draws the lines control the legislature.
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