MONDAY, JULY 18, 2022
TRUMP’S FIVE-HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOURTH DAY OUT-OF-OFFICE
AND YOU CAN’T BE A CANDIDATE WITHOUT A SUPER COOL WEBSITE
Today at the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane why we haven’t seen any news coverage of any actual campaigning in Ohio State Representative District 27 going on for the Ohio Primary Elections Part Deux before August 2 in only 15 more days.
“That’s easy,” Kane explained. “The Local Press is so busy slamming “Mean Jean” Schmidt right next door in District 65 in Clermont County not supporting their Demo-Media Party’s Radical Leftist Baby Killing Ideas, they don’t have any time for real reporting. That’s why yesterday, The Blower told Forest Hills School District Graduates how to find the names of their District 27 Republican Candidates.”
That’s why today we’re showing people how to find out something about those candidates’ claims on their websites, because as everybody knows, you can’t run for public office without a SUPER COOL website, in alphabetical order
- Jenn GirouxJoe Murray
Joe wants to serve as your state representative for the 27th District because it’s all about Ohio — our neighborhoods, our families, and our future. Republican primaries are a conversation about our shared values, and the decisions we make today will affect us for years to come. We have to get it right.
Joe was born and raised in Anderson Township, and is a proud graduate of Turpin High School. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a BA in criminal justice and AA in fire science. Since graduation he has worked for fire departments, police departments, park systems, and even as a substitute teacher in schools here in the 27th District. Joe now has a successful real estate career.
Joe met his beautiful wife, Claire — an Anderson High School graduate and public school teacher — in 2017. They married in 2021.
Service matters to Joe. As a proud Freemason and member of Norwood Lodge #576, Joe donates his time and capital to charities like the Children’s Dyslexia Center, Shriners Children’s Hospital, Leon M. Abbott Scholarship Fund, and more. Joe also serves in the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary part time and is an active member on the Ault Park Board.
Joe began working on Republican campaigns more than half a decade ago, and recently helped lead an effort to pass an anti-corruption amendment to the Charter of the City of Cincinnati.
Tune in tomorrow and we’ll show you how to find out something about the candidates from their websites.