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David Taylor Wins U.S. House District 2 Republican Nomination

Ohio Congressional District 2 Republican Primary Candidate David Taylor

OHIO – David Tayor has won the Republican nomination for Ohio’s 2nd Congressional District.

A total of 11 candidates were vying for the nomination to fill U.S. Congressman Brad Wenstrup’s seat in the congressional district, which covers Clermont, Clinton, Adams, Pike, Brown, Highland, Ross, Scioto, Pickaway, Hocking, Vinton, Jackson, Lawrence, Gallia and Meigs counties, as well as part of Fayette County. 

Samantha Meadows is the sole Democrat running for Wenstrup’s seat in November.

“Since announcing my campaign, I have had the opportunity to travel across the 2nd District and talk to voters about my plan to finish President Trump’s border wall, cut taxes and ease the burden of Joe Biden’s inflation on working families, and stop the flow of fentanyl flooding through our southern border, said Tayor in an interview with Sciotopost.

David Taylor hails from the eastern corner of Congressional District 2 where he is a part-time assistant prosecutor for Clermont County, but keeps a concrete perspective by running the family business of Sardinia Ready Mix in Brown County.

Kevin Coleman, Sciotopost Ross County Reporter added to this story.