Every year I travel around Ashtabula County on #SmallBusinessSaturday celebrating the many shops and businesses that make up the fabric of our County. It was nice seeing so many locals and visitors out today buying local too. My Christmas shopping is now almost complete. It is very important to support our local business and economic leaders!
It was my great pleasure to speak at the Pew Charitable Trusts National Briefing: Ohio's Balanced Model for Payday Lending Reform in D.C. Being apart of the Ohioans for Payday Loan Reform and representing needed change through the passage of H.B.123 has helped to save Ashtabula County residents $1 million yearly in fees and interest and brought competition and oversight to this market.
Click here to watch at 2:28:00 the webcast on Ohio's payday lending reform model: https:
Thank you Ashtabula County!! I am eternally grateful to our community. I look forward to 4 years of service to you as our next Ashtabula County Auditor! Now the work begins, how we campaigned is how I will govern- with hard work and unity. We could not have done this without my parents, friends, and supporters. THANK YOU! I would like to thank Mr. Corlett for his years of service to Ashtabula County and a positive campaign. I look forward to working with him in this transitio
As a flyer from my opponent stated, no I am not married and no I do not have kids. Shocking in this day and age those are requirements apparently for public office. I am however as active as I think I can be in our community, treating you essentially as family. Take a look and judge for yourself what is important. Here's all of the ways I am involved and visible in Ashtabula County. I grew up here and came back to help make a difference.
The Ashtabula County Auditor's Office needs a fresh mentality and new leadership. A shift towards more taxpayer friendly, pro-growth policies and opportunities is essential. Don't just take it from me, read what our County residents are saying about the need for change in the Auditor's Office!