Chuck Horn is running for Ohio State Representative in the 52nd District which includes West Chester, Liberty and Fairfield Townships in Butler County, Ohio.
Chuck attended the University of Cincinnati and majored in Economics, Business and Law.
He is an attorney of law and has practiced in the West Chester area for 37 years helping his clients navigate the legal system.
At Lexis Nexis, Chuck lead people and managed information technology to solve problems.
Chuck is a 25 Year West Chester resident and has two children who participated in the Lakota School District’s band programs.
Who is your political role model and why?
My political role models are John McCain and my father because they reached across the aisle to find intelligent solutions and served our country with honor, even when it meant taking it on the chin to do the right thing. (see my video at ChuckforOhio.com)
Why are you running for this office?
Dayton Ohio is my home town. The Dayton shootings were the last straw. Health threats, corruption. My conscience will no longer allow me to stand on the sideline. Doing nothing is no longer an option in my life.
What qualifies you for this office?
37 years as a lawyer, representing people and small businesses. 32 years of Corporate experience leading and managing people, interfacing with state and federal government, and employing technology to find information solutions for law firms and corporations. My experiences with people and the fundamental changes in the nature of work have convinced me of the essentiality of recognizing the dignity of work.
What are the most important issues facing the voters of this district?
Health safety, education safety, gun safety and state government corruption reform – so that we can DO SOMETHING about all the above.
Do you support worker’s rights? What is your position on so-called “Right To Work” laws in Ohio?
Heck Yes. Especially now with all the challenges of the Covid Crisis. Right to Work is nothing but Orwellian double speak for the right to work for scraps, and for the right to be exploited with no rights to organize. Money is not speech and corporations are not people.
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