Check out Andrew Brenner’s first official fundraiser of his State Senate campaign! He discusses his record and platform.
There aren’t any finer than Andy Brenner. And I want you to know, you have a real gem. He’s one of those guys that gets a lot of stuff done, and he does it below the radar. He doesn’t do it for fanfare; he does it because it’s the right thing to do. … We need people with integrity like Andy Brenner to continue to serve! With everyone going on today, we need more Andys.
Check out Rep. Andrew Brenner’s Facebook Live Q&A!
Check out Rep. Andrew Brenner’s First Facebook Live Q&A!
The 2016 election season is well under way. I have recently obtained a lot of endorsements from many great organizations which represent millions of Ohioans. My endorsement page is being updated with the latest endorsements so check back soon. Most recently I obtained the Ohio Right to Life Endorsement. One endorsement I didn’t receive, nor expect, was from the Ohio Education Association (OEA). Interestingly they did not endorse in the 67th Ohio House race. So my Democratic opponent did not receive it either. They noted in their letter to me that I did not screen for the seat. That is… read more →
Today was the filing deadline, and I have learned that I have a primary challenger. One person filed against me. The primary election is in March, which means that I have to start campaigning — tomorrow. I need your financial support, please – CLICK HERE TO DONATE. If you prefer, you may mail a check payable to: Brenner for Ohio to 8824 Clearview Lake Court, Powell, OH 43065. DON’T FORGET: Receive your $50 per person tax credit if you get your check in by the end of 2015! It has been my privilege to serve as your State Representative during the… read more →
State Rep. Andrew Brenner (R-Powell) is proud to announce that an initiative he has been working on since his previous term in office has been placed into the Ohio House’s budget proposal, Sub. House Bill 64. As a result, the Olentangy Local School District, schools in the 67th House district, and other schools throughout Ohio will receive more state dollars than current levels