Renacci Receives Unanimous Endorsement From Ohio Congressional Delegation
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 19, 2018
CONSERVATIVE CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS ACROSS THE STATE UNANIMOUSLY ENDORSE RENACCI FOR U.S. SENATE
Wadsworth, OH—The Renacci for Senate campaign today announced that the Ohio Republican Congressional Delegation endorsed Jim Renacci for the Republican nomination for United States Senate. From the delegation’s longest-serving member Rep. Steve Chabot, to former Freedom Caucus chairman Rep. Jim Jordan and the delegation’s newest member Rep. Warren Davidson, conservative leaders from across the state are unified in their support for Jim Renacci—a fellow commonsense, conservative leader who has what it takes to defeat a liberal career politician like Sherrod Brown.
“This year Ohioans have an opportunity to elect a strong new voice to the United States Senate who will deliver the fresh brand of effective leadership we so badly need to strengthen our state and our country. Jim Renacci is a commonsense, conservative leader who has dedicated his life to building businesses and creating jobs in our state, while raising a family and fighting for Ohio’s values. We could not be more proud to endorse him in his candidacy for the United States Senate,” the delegation members said in their endorsement letter.
“I am humbled to have earned the endorsement of this distinguished group, who are all leading voices in the movement for commonsense conservatism and the virtues of effective but limited government. And I’m honored to have their support as I fight to strengthen both our state and our nation by restoring the brand of leadership and judgment Ohioans need and deserve in this Senate seat,” Jim Renacci said today in response to this endorsement.
Ohio Congressional Members Endorsing Jim Renacci:
Rep. Steve Chabot (OH-01)
Rep. Brad Wenstrup (OH-02)
Rep. Jim Jordan (OH-04)
Rep. Robert Latta (OH-05)
Rep. Bill Johnson (OH-06)
Rep. Bob Gibbs (OH-07)
Rep. Warren Davidson (OH-08)
Rep. Michael Turner (OH-10)
Rep. David Joyce (OH-14)
Rep. Steve Stivers (OH-15)