Steve Christopher filed yesterday with the State of Ohio to challenge Mike DeWine in the May Republican primary election for Ohio Attorney General.
“I made the decision to run against Mr. DeWine in order to give Ohio voters a conservative choice, after Dave Yost was asked by the Ohio Republican Party to run for Ohio State Auditor instead of Attorney General.”
Through a statewide grassroots effort, Christopher was able to garner nearly three times as many signatures as were needed over the past week in order to meet the quota necessary to file for candidacy.
“I am grateful for the efforts of so many who have stepped up to the plate to help in this endeavor. People were literally hand-delivering petitions to my offices from as far away as Cincinnati and Medina. These folks are the real heroes.”
Christopher is an attorney with offices in Findlay and Kenton. He has been in the practice of law for 26 years, as well as serving as acting judge in Hardin County and as a Blanchard Township trustee. He teaches part-time at Ohio Northern University. He has lived in Hardin County most of his life, and is married with three grown children.
February 23, 2010 at 1:25 pm
Looking forward to voting for you and getting others to vote for you as well. Kevin DeWine had a pathetic explanation for his nepotism. Repulican party is very slow in finding out how determined we are to force the party to pay attention to Ohioians. Thanks for all your efforts. My sister was out getting as many names as she could for you.
February 23, 2010 at 3:36 pm
Thank you for your kind words, and please thank your sister for getting those petitions signed. The weather was so awful, plus we lost a mail day on Presidents’ Day…yet people from all over the state persisted and look what was accomplished! You and your sister sound like exactly the kind of footsoldiers that Ohio needs to get the word out about Steve and other good candidates to fight the ridiculousness going on in the upper echelons of OUR Republican party. We are working very diligently to get Steve’s website online, as well as get him on Facebook and Twitter. In the mean time, a really simple, easy thing that folks can do is to send out a brochure via email to everyone in your contact list. If anyone would like to help in this way, and even maybe in other ways (phone calls, letters to the editor of local papers, word of mouth to friends, etc.), please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will forward to you a tri-fold brochure. We appreciate each and every one of you out there who wants to make a difference and take back the Republican party from RINOS and other political animals.
PS, all prayers are greatly appreciated.
February 23, 2010 at 8:07 pm
Steve is now on Facebook: Steve Christopher for Ohio Attorney General.
March 12, 2010 at 12:36 am
Looking forward to voting for you and getting others to vote for you as 3ell. Kevin DeWine had a pa6hetic explanation for his nepotism. Repulican party is very slow in finding out how determined we are to force the party to pay attention to Ohioians. Thanks for all your efforts. My sister was out getting as many names as she could for you.;