Marine Corps veteran Brandon Grisez (R-Worthington) vowed to win a primary challenge for Ohio’s 12th Congressional District after current incumbent Pat Tiberi (R-Genoa Township) announced yesterday that he has backed down from the fight for Ohio’s 2018 Senate seat in favor of seeking his own re-election to the House of Representatives.
“Pat Tiberi has now lost the trust of the people in the 12th district.” Grisez stated. “I am a Marine: Marines do not back down, and we do not lose. Our campaign has been fighting hard to earn the confidence of each person in Ohio’s 12th, and I am more convinced with every conversation that the people are looking for a new leader.”
Grisez is currently a leader with a national staffing firm focused on providing employment opportunities for our communities. He has held multiple Town Hall meetings throughout the district since announcing his congressional candidacy in February.
“I will give every ounce of my energy to win this fight to ensure the voice of the people is heard loud and clear in Washington. I would ask the people not to be swayed by big money or special interests that Tiberi represents, but be moved by hard work and the right values. It has been 18 years of weak lackluster leadership – it’s time for our district to be represented by the people for the people.”
“I will be the next Congressman,” Grisez closed. “Never underestimate a Marine”.
More information about Brandon Grisez and his campaign can be found at www.Ohio12th.com