(Mansfield, OH) On Tuesday, State Representative Kris Jordan filed his petitions for the Republican primary in the 19th Senate district. Jordan filed his petitions at the Richland County Board of Elections after spending the day going door-to-door in Mansfield.
“Since announcing my campaign in August, I’ve knocked on over 22,000 doors and talked to tens of thousands of voters,” said Jordan. “They share the same concerns that I do – that government is spending too much, taxing us too much, and growing too large. I’m running for the Senate so I can continue to fight for the conservative values I have fought for throughout my entire career.”
“I’m the favorite to win this race. I filed with more money on hand than any of my opponents during the last filing period, have knocked on over 22,000 doors, and have been elected three times in Delaware County, which comprises 48% of the vote in the 19th Senate district. I’m going to continue working hard and will be victorious on May 4th.”
Jordan represents the 2nd Ohio House district, which encompasses all of Delaware County. As a State Representative and two-term Delaware County Commissioner, he has consistently stood up for conservative values and has never voted for a tax increase. He is a lifelong resident of Delaware County and lives in Powell with his wife Melissa.