Delaware County GOP endorses Martin in 67th Ohio House race

Delaware County GOP endorses Martin in 67th Ohio House race

Delaware Gazette, January 23, 2018

Delaware resident Denise Martin received the endorsement of the Delaware County Republican Party Central Committee during the party’s full meeting last week.

Martin is seeking the Republican nomination for state representative in the 67th House District.

Due to term limits, current State Rep. Andrew Brenner, R-Powell, is unable to seek a fifth term in 2018. He is running for the 19th District seat in the Ohio Senate.

According to a press release issued by Martin’s campaign, her “endorsement followed a unanimous recommendation of ‘qualified and most recommended’ by the Delaware County Republican Party’s screening sub-committee.“

“I am honored to have the endorsement and support of the Delaware County Republican Party and I look forward to working alongside the Party in mounting a well-funded, aggressive and victorious campaign,” said Martin. “I will combine my conservative values with a pragmatic approach to finding solutions that impact our fast-growing county.”

Martin to run for 67th Ohio House seat

Martin to run for 67th Ohio House seat

Delaware Gazette, November 13, 2017

Delaware resident Denise Martin has announced that she will seek the nomination for the 67th District seat in the Ohio House of Representatives.

According to a press release issued by her campaign, Martin will run in the May 2018 primary. She hopes to succeed State Rep. Andrew Brenner, R-Powell, who cannot run for the seat in 2018 due to term limits. The 67th Ohio House district is comprised of the western portion of Delaware County, including Delaware, Lewis Center, and Powell.

The campaign press release states that Martin currently serves as court administrator for the Delaware County Domestic Relations Court and previously worked as an assistant prosecutor for the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office for eight years. While in Marion County, she prosecuted felonies including murder, rape, domestic violence, possession and trafficking of illegal narcotics, and assault.