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Jennifer L. Brunner
- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Attorney at Law
- EDUCATION: Miami University, BA; Capital University, JD
- Former Judge, Franklin County Common Pleas
- 13 years private practice experience as an election law attorney handling a wide variety of election law matters
- Deputy Director and Legislative Counsel for a former Secretary of State.
- formed and presided over Franklin County's first adult felony drug court
- adopted the practice of permitting jurors in criminal and civil trials to take notes and ask questions, a practice affirmed by the Ohio Supreme Court
- Verifiable and audited election results in a process that is free, fair, open, and honest
- Restoration of trust in Ohio's election process
- Leadership that upholds Ohioans' values
John A. Eastman
Timothy J. Kettler
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Hamilton County Clerk of Courts
- As County Clerk of Courts + manage a staff of more than 320, oversee more than $145 million, and have returned $1.3 million to the taxpayers
- EDUCATION: Washington & Lee University, BA; Pepperdine University, JD
- TRAINING & EXPERIENCE: Managed a private-sector small business,
- before becoming an Assistant Hamilton County Prosecutor.
- Party: Independent
- Occupation: Self-Employed, Action Septic Service, operation, service and
- EDUCATION: Graduate, Brunswick, Ohio High School; attended Kent State University
- TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: In business as the owner of Action Septic Service for twenty years
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